This is mentioned elsewhere on this site; that Steve Elliott left Silver Laughter to form a band called Sneaky Feelin’. Apparently, they even recorded a couple of originals and released at least one 45 RPM single. Below are the last… Read More ›
Silver Laughter co-founder, Steve Elliott, has always been active in music. I remember the early cover songs they did that included vocally challenging numbers like “Living Loving Maid” by Led Zeppelin, “I’ve Got a Feelin’” by The Beatles and some… Read More ›
It is not clear when in the Sneaky Feelin’ evolution that is photo was taken, but it shows ex-Silver Laughter members Steve Elliott and Denny Walton were in the band.
As I have written before, Silver Laughter influenced many other bands. As members left, they formed other groups, but the one common denominator was the original band, Silver Laughter, in which they had all participated. This photo shows two ex-members,… Read More ›
Carl sent me a bunch of promo stuff from Sneaky Feelin’. If you remember, Steve Elliott, founding member of Silver Laughter, left the band in (around) 1974. However, he wasn’t done with music, not by a long shot. His next… Read More ›
I was digging through some stuff in my closet and came upon this personal note from Steve Elliott to Ken Wiles. It was written on the back of a Sneaky Feelin’ 8×10 glossy and apparently done after the “Handle With… Read More ›
Note: Kim and I were talking by e-mail about the Iowa R&R Hall of Fame, and he gave me some history of Silver Laughter of which I was totally unaware. Here is what he sent me. – Mick Orton Silver… Read More ›
This photo ended up in my mom’s collection. As I said before, she rarely threw anything out… fortunately for me! Here, on the Davenport side of the Mississippi River, with Rock Island, IL in the background, are Steve Elliott (far… Read More ›