Browse Items (21 total)

huntsvillegorinsbillconflict 1997.jpeg
Flyer for The Grumpies, Hail Mary, Random Conflict, Nation of Kids, and The Wops at Gorins Ice Cream, Huntsville, Alabama, November 28, 1997. Flyer by Bill Conflict.

Courtesy Greg Harvester.

huntsville Blair Menace 1997.jpeg
Flyer for Shithead Jones ("new and improved!"), Rice Harvester ("'last show' (yeah right)"), Bloody Holly ("last show with Greg"), and The Catatonics ("100% sober this time") at Gorins, Huntsville, Alabama, November 26, 1997 (day before…

Chris Hendrix 44.jpeg
Flyer for GNP, Sukimono, and Green Beret at The Nick, Birmingham, Alabama.

Promotional text for Mother's Day 2004 at the Nick (with GNP, D. J. Recess, and Alamantra) is from another show's flyer, inadvertently stuck to and scanned with this one.…

Chris Hendrix 40.jpeg
Flyer for Idioblast and Suki Mono at Sakura, February 29, 2004. "Their Leap-Day-Bew!" Courtesy Chris Hendrix.

Chris Hendrix 19.jpeg
Flyer for GNP and SOCK (Steel Oblong Chicken Kong Stealers), with a "possible guest appearance by" Aliens In The Land Of Our Birth, at Thumpers, Hoover, Alabama, Friday, December 29, 1989. "End Of The Decade Jam." Courtesy Chris Hendrix.

Chris Hendrix 14.jpeg
Flyer for GNP (Grossest National Product) and SDT (Suburban Death Trip) at Dr. Jekyll's, Birmingham, Alabama, undated.

"Spreading Peace n' Love."

Courtesy Chris Hendrix.

Alabama Ramblers Blank Label.jpg
Recorded excerpt from a Mother's Day broadcast by the Alabama Ramblers. Includes a company member's original poem and a performance by Dale Casteel of "M-O-T-H-E-R (A Word That Means the World to Me)." Written in 1915 by Howard Johnson and Theodore…

DLH : Kenny Roberts Transcript.pdf
Interview with Kenny Roberts (1927-2012), conducted over the phone by Darwin Lee Hill, May 26, 2001. At the end of the interview, Roberts -- "The Jumping Cowboy" and "America's King of the Yodelers" -- sings (and yodels) several songs over the phone,…

The_Weekly_Review_Sat__Dec_22__1945_.jpg
Newspaper advertisement for Fess Whatley's Christmas and New Year's Eve dances at Birmingham's Masonic Temple.Weekly Review, December 22, 1945.

The_Weekly_Review_Sat__Oct_23__1943_ (1).jpg
Newspaper advertisement for Sonny Blount's "New Style Rhythm Band" at the Grand Terrace, 1943. Featured performers include singer Fletcher "Hootie" Myatt (misidentified here as Fletcher Myles); the "Famous Female Impersonator" Chick; and the…

The_Weekly_Review_Sat__Oct_30__1943_.jpg
Newspaper advertisement for Sonny Blount's "New Style Rhythm Band" at the Grand Terrace, 1943. Featured performers include singer Fletcher "Hootie" Myatt (misidentified here as Fletcher Myles); the "Famous Female Impersonator" Chick; and the…

The_Weekly_Review_Sat__Oct_23__1943_ (1).jpg
Newspaper advertisement for Sonny Blount's "New Style Rhythm Band" at the Grand Terrace, Christmas 1943. Featured performers include, in addition to Blount's band, singer Fletcher "Hootie" Myatt (misidentified here as Fletcher Myles) and "Mammy Blues…

The_Weekly_Review_Sat__Oct_31__1942_.jpg
Newspaper advertisement for Fess Whatley and His band at the Masonic Temple's Halloween Ball. "WITCHES! WITCHES! WITCHES!"Weekly Review, October 31, 1942.

The_Weekly_Review_Fri__Apr_11__1941_.jpg
Newspaper advertisement for an Easter night dance featuring Fess Whatley's Vibra-Cathedral Orchestra.

The_Weekly_Review_Fri__Dec_20__1940_.jpg
Newspaper advertisement for a Christmas dance with Fess Whatley's Vibra-Cathedral Orchestra,Weekly Review, December 2, 1940.

The_Weekly_Review_Fri__Dec_20__1940_.jpg
FINISH FULL CAPTION: SOLOVOXNewspaper advertisement for a Christmas dance featuring the Rhythm Four, "With SONNY BLOUNT and His Electric Solovox" and "Guest Artist Mis VIVIAN BREWSTER" of Cleveland, Ohio.

The_Birmingham_News_Fri__Dec_31__1937_.jpg
Newspaper advertisement for a "New Year's Eve Barn Dance Frolic" featuring Fess Whatley at Birmingham's City Auditorium. Birmingham News, December 31, 1937. Three of the stars of Whatley's band are identified by name: trumpeter Johnny ("Johnnie")…

The_Birmingham_News_Thu__Dec_30__1937_.jpg
Newspaper advertisement for a "New Year's Eve Barn Dance Frolic" featuring Fess Whatley at Birmingham's City Auditorium.Birmingham News, December 30, 1937.Three of the stars of Whatley's band are identified by name: trumpeter Johnny ("Johnnie")…

The_Birmingham_News_Wed__Dec_29__1937_.jpg
Newspaper advertisement for a "New Year's Eve Barn Dance Frolic" featuring Fess Whatley at Birmingham's City Auditorium.Birmingham News, December 29, 1937.

Dec 86 Church Christmas Singing B.mp3
Cassette tape from a Meridian, Mississippi, flea market. Label reads: "Dec. 86 Christmas Church Singers." Church and location are unidentified.Side A selections include “Beautiful Star of Bethlehem,” “God Will Take Care of You,” “The Touch of His…
Output Formats

atom, dc-rdf, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2