Carl sent this scan of the press release our manager, Art Stenstrom, did for our second album, “Sailing On Fantasies”. The only problem is that the word in the first paragraph should be “released” not “release”!
“Rainbow” This was one of my mom’s favorite Silver Laughter songs. The photo is an outtake from the Worthington sessions that Art Stenstrom took of us.
Early last summer, I caught wind of a planned re-release of the album “Through You” on vinyl by Machu Picchu Records and put in my order. At $20, it seemed like a great deal. A German label, Shadok Records, did… Read More ›
The big band in the Quad Cities around the 1960’s was (and still is) The Night People. Besides Silver Laughter, they influenced what almost all of the bands in the area were playing. This photo I grabbed from the Internet… Read More ›
“No One Can Do It” In the spirit of Christmas on Christmas Eve we would like to present this Silver Laughter track. Click the link above to hear the third song on the “Handle With Care” album from 1976. New… Read More ›
“Turn It Down” This is one of the songs we did for our IRRMA Hall of Fame performance in August 2014. I now have the entire set which was recorded by Paul Staack’s son-in-law and posted on YouTube. All I… Read More ›
Here are two left over pictures of Silver Laughter recording harmonies in the Warrensburg studio for the “Handle With Care” album taken by sound and light man, Carl Frisch. The first shows all four of us singing. We were very… Read More ›
I really wish I had more pictures of the whole band onstage, but I don’t. Another thing I regret is not having more photos of us with Kim, but cameras were pretty new back then :-). Anyway, Carl sent me… Read More ›