1970s Publicity Photos
The Corporation was started in 1967. We were not exactly what you'd call a "tight" group. Still, we had a lot of gigs, most notebly opening for Jimi Hendrix the first time he played in D.C. This was at the now torn down Ambassador Theatre, after the release of his "Are You Experienced album. AT the right is a typical song list From L to R. - Ron Sell, bass / John Brown, drums / George, organ / Bob Crowe, guitar / Cal Lindly, vocals
Jane and I supported ourselves throughout the 1970 by doing lounge gigs, many of which were out of town (on the road). One requirement was the necessity of a publicity photo. While black & white initially, competition required them to be color, which were considerably more expensive.
Steve Garbee, on the far right of these shots, was a superb jazz guitarist.
The name "Honey Bunch" was a name we inherited from a touring Vegas-style show band from upstate New York
The name "Day Wave" was taken from the Chick Corea tune of the same name