Bassist, vocalist and co-song writer for THE SILVERS! What have we done?
1) NEW HIT SINGLE (2 songs)
2) FREE What are You Christmas?
3) After The Laugher (14 songs including 2 above)
4) End of Summer EP (6 songs)
5) FREE Sing Another Christmas Song
6) PLAY! (14 songs)
7) Another summer EP (7 songs including re-recording of Running Away)
8) FREE Silvers Bells (4 Christmas songs)
9) Soul surrender (14 songs to be released May 2018)
And don't forget the animated videos of some of these songs!
Updates 5/12/13 in bold italics – I found my booking calendar for 1978, our last year together. (Actually we stayed together until late in 1979.) As I look through the names of the bars and nightclubs, I wonder how many… Read More ›
More and more, Silver Laughter music has been popping up in the search engines with information about our band who recorded two albums in the late 70’s. Handle With Care was released in 1976 with Kim Ludtke as our drummer… Read More ›
Here is the first article that started the recent interest in Silver Laughter’s music. http://www.glorydazemusic.com/articles.php?article_id=4407
Eric Abrahamsen has been a staunch supporter of our music even before we started communicating. My daughter (Angela!) found his first article on Glory Daze Music, but when I contacted him about some inaccuracies in his piece, he said he… Read More ›
February was a little quieter. Remember, we were almost constantly on the road playing music. You would think there would be no time to spend the money we made. However, I recall periods like these with a lot of days… Read More ›
Silver Laughter’s home base was in Davenport, Iowa. We toured the Midwest for several years and put out two albums and countless singles. Radio stations in various markets played our music. Why have we been ignored by the Iowa Rock… Read More ›
During this period, some club owners had a matching outfit requirement of all their bands. We decided on this look as being one of the better “cop-outs” to the corporate establishment! Mark Zaputil was with us when this picture was… Read More ›