For those of you visiting my website for the first time, I hail from a little prairie town in South Dakota where we were entertained by the local, homegrown entertainers, circa 1978. The local, hard working people always had a place to go and enjoy a part of life so few know today. It was an innocent time where laughter flowed as free as the people. I was fortunate to be in the middle of this and will forever be thankful!
Ronald Douglas Drobeck
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So Close and Yet So Far Away (written by Joe Campbell)
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
Minnesota Woman (written by Joe Campbell)
You’ll be Cryin’ When He Leaves (written by Joe Campbell)
Guitar: Joe Campbell, Dave Austin, Jerry Berens
Bass: Joe Campbell, Bob Lavoy, Dave Austin
Drums: Ron Drobeck, Cheri Austin, Denny Comfort
Piano and Organ: Bob York
Vocals: Jerry Berens, Joe Campbell
Ron Drobeck, Jim Thomas
Sherry Austin, Bob York
Courtesy of Debi and Chuck Corkins, and thank the Seaton’s for this is a recording done at their house party. It was just JB and me enjoying ourselves! Vintage 1983 Loveland, Colo.
Once upon a time in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, there were two minstrels…..
Go Away Little Girl (we’d never done this one before!)
Hot Apple Pie (written by Jerry)
Elvira – with Chet Corkings (Chuck) doin the Uum papa mow mows!
Who’s Sorry Now/All of Me (I only have a partial)
Amarillo By Mornin’ and Getting Drunk on Jesus
Rindercella and Mariah (from ‘Paint Your Wagon’)-Ron
That’s What It’s Like To Be Lonely
Finally got to listen to a few songs and I must say, I’m impressed 🙂