I really never cared much for this photo, but it is part of the Silver Laughter history. This is one of the several matching outfits we used to appease picky club owners who insisted we wear them… pink tie-dye. The… Read More ›
Hello, Thank you for your interest in our bands. So far I have not been able to figure out how to use the NumberOneMusic e-mail system. It says it is easy, but I have not found it to be so…. Read More ›
Carl sent this flyer/schedule from the Centennial Ballroom where we played back in 1977. As you can see some bigger named acts also played there like Tommy James and The Trashmen (Surfin’ Bird). Fairbault, MN was the home of this… Read More ›
I think big (long) business names were the thing during the early ’70’s. Art “Smart” certainly didn’t skimp on ink when he decided to name his company Entertainment Services Concept. It was based in Des Moines, IA. We met Mr…. Read More ›
Here is a quick peek at how I looked back around 1978. Witness the permed hair, mustache and neck chain. Remember, this was the DISCO era! I don’t see a guitar strap so I must be at the electric piano.
In one of the folders on the CD that Carl sent me, were photos labeled as “outtakes”. This one shows Ken and me in the Warrensburg studio recording vocals for the “Handle With Care” album.
Here is a flyer from 1978 touting our Tribute to the Beatles for our show at the Sportspage Nightclub (probably in the Minneapolis area). According to our booking calendar for that month we finished up a two week stay at… Read More ›
Here are a couple more photos of Silver Laughter onstage from around 1976-77.