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Icthus Festival, Lexington, Kentucky (cir. Spring, 1986)

We think Harry Barnes set this one up too.  This was our first 'big time' gig out of California and it was a great experience.

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John McNamara and Blue Collar Records mogul Harry Barnes hold an impromptu planning session for their new ice business. John giving credit where credit is due. Glenn still plays the same bass, with the same Fender strap.  Fortunately, the hair is gone. Unbeknownst to us at the time, Undercover and Adam Again did not wear our shirts when they played...
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John and Glenn awaiting the findings from Dean Wermer's disciplinary committee. Marie McGilvray was first our booking agent at MRC, then was tricked into playing keyboards with us. Eddie Keaggy did sound for us on many gigs, so he was a welcome sight once we arrived in Lexington. Road manager Gus Branda, Steve (with wife Pam) and brother John are framed in the photo by special Icthus guests Che Guevara and Richard Simmons.
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Always the hog of the limelight, John tries to obscure Glenn's overly-coiffed profile with head of the Stratocaster. John Giali jangling. "You can't do a free form jazz number in front of a festival crowd!!" "Is this when Break Out ends??"
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The Icthus patrons were enthusiastic and welcoming. Gotta love that 80s fashion... The Leaning Tower of McNamara  

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