Right now Janis and I are in Paris seeing the sights, looking at art from Picasso, Monet, Manet and Rodin among others. What will I remember most about the City of Love? Stairs… lots of stairs! We climbed the steps… Read More ›
Mick Orton of THE SILVERS Visits Childhood Homes of The Beatles
Before I go too far, I want everyone to know that I have offered the other guys the opportunity to post on this site. To date they have not contributed much despite my urging. Eventually, I am confident this will… Read More ›
Day 4 – Now Here Is Something That Relates to Both Silver Laughter and THE SILVERS! UPDATE 8/29/2016
Today we spent the morning on the hop on/hop off bus in London and Westminster. My mission was to see Abbey Road and what they call the “zebra” crossing where the cover for the album, Abbey Road, was taken. A… Read More ›
Mick Orton of The Silvers Next To Paul McCartney In The Sea of Green!
My daughter went to Las Vegas to see Cirque du Soleil perform “The Beatles LOVE”. She brought this back for me, her dear old dad, along with “The Beatles Complete Chord Songbook”. So here is the Mick bobble head standing… Read More ›
The Beatles, A Big Influence on both Silver Laughter and The Silvers
Beatles 1963 Christmas Recording Click on the link above to hear a 5 minute recording The Beatles did for their fan club at Christmas back in 1963. They did one as a group for each year up through 1969. Some… Read More ›
Long Tom Silver Takes a Break From The Silvers
For Tom’s birthday (today), he and his wife, Michelle, headed to Ireland. Here he is at the “gates” of… well… “Someone’s knocking at the door…” – Paul McCartney & Wings.
Silver Laughter Member Reaches Out to Andy Babiuk
This is an open letter to Andy Babiuk, the author of the FANTASTIC book, “Beatles Gear. It is my opinion that he may be one of the best researchers of Beatles equipment ever and might be the only person in… Read More ›
Update to a December 2012 Silver Laughter Post!
Back in December of 2012 when this site was just a little over a month old, I posted a story about my early days in music along with some band history. In the story I talked about how I used… Read More ›
Beatles Medley Performed by Silver Laughter
“Day Tripper”, “Nowhere Man” and “And Your Bird Can Sing” I say this about a lot of our original and cover tunes, but I really think this is an outstanding rendition of the three songs we strung together for the… Read More ›
MORE Silver Laughter LIVE – Cover Songs!
I think this is an exceptional cover for a four piece band. Like I said in the post, we used whistles and kazoos to cover for the flutes and trumpets. In thinking back, it may have been Ken and me… Read More ›