Last Week’s Rockucation Question:
This legendary promoter helped create how we see concerts and shows. He basically made concert promoting a sustainable business. Not only did he just do concerts he took them to the stadiums and above that he was into changing stage designs (Lighting/Theatrics) at the shows always offering something different. You might say he was a pioneer. He was also very instrumental in the San Francisco scene back in the sixties, with his own record label as well as his promotions business. He was a German born and fled Germany during the Halocust and ended up in New York, eventually landing in San Francisco. He is a Korean war hero receiving a Bronze Star Of Valor. He felt his nal originame was difficult for others to pronounce so he took a phone book and picked one from it and used that. He died in a helicopter crash in October 1991. Who is he?
Debbie Epstein, Sarasota, FL, Phyllis Bourque, Pawtucket, RI, Darryl Sampson, Kingston, MA, and Nina McCarthy, Westerly, RI.
This week’s Rockucation question is:
This supergroup was formed from former members of The Byrds, The Hollies, and Buffalo Springfield. They were known for their harmonies and political songs. Because each member had a huge ego there was a lot in fighting in the band. One of the members of the band was taught how to play lead guitar by Jimi Hendrix. Who is the band!
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