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   2003 Entries    

Name: Ronbo

E-mail: tycobb99@yahoo.com

Comments: Have always been a huge fan. My band did several BB songs. Yes we even recorded Still in love with you, baby and Don't talk to strangers in 1967 at Falcon Records in Michigan. As the lead singer I did pattern my style after Sal (immulate the best right?). Funny story===I asked my girlfriend at the time if she liked my singing.. She replied "Well, You're no Sal Valentino!" ha ha. I got to see Sal and the boys twice. Once at a High School and once at a small club, both in 1966. At the club I was with my lead guitarist and another friend. I asked Sal for an autograph when the set was done, he looked at me quizically and shook his head ok. When they finished they rushed off stage and out the back door to a car that brisked them off to the airport. While my buds and I stood there waiting patiently for the autograph that never came.

 The security guard said "OH, they'll be out in a few minutes to sign auto's". After 30 minutes we realized we had been had and left. My brief encounter with greatness...ha ha. Sal.. I'm still waiting...:) I have continued to follow them through the Stoneground years.. the '75 album and all the session cd's. I even located Alligator Man on the net. Unable to find 'Triangle' and Bradley's Barn on CD I recorded them from my albums onto CD. Now I can still listen to the Beau's while driving to work. Well, If any of the BB's ever log on to this site just remember "I'm still in love with your music, baby!" take care and God Bless you all...
 

Favorite Brummels Song: Too many to isolate.

Favorite part of the site: Dream book

 

Name: Randy George

E-mail: randy@mindinfo.com

Comments: Saw the BB in Visalia, California in the 60's . They played on the stadium field and arrived in a black 59 cad limo. I attended UC Davis in the 70's and took guitar lessons from a guy that claimed to be the guitar player for the BB but those were foggy years and I can't remember his name. Anyone with any knowledge of these events I would like to hear from you. Thanks.

Favorite Song: Laugh, Laugh

Favorite part of the site: Dream book

2003 Entries

Name: Jackson Hart

Comments:  Joey Hornick.........great guy! I wonder what became of him. Last time I spoke to him was around 1993, when Sal and I were working out of Reno. He sent me a copy of your tape back in the '80s, and I really liked it. I remember Joey pointing out why the crowd was cheering during Declan's harmonica solo. Declan always seems to have things like that happening to him on stage! Always good for a laugh.

 Glad you pointed out "Melody". The song was a regular staple of our live performances, and always one of the most well-received, popular. A shame it's never been officially recorded. We were playing it at The Boarding House in San Francisco one night, around 1980, and the late Lou Gottlieb (partners with Glen Yarborough and Alex Hassilev, in The Limelighters folk music group) introduced himself, and said, "That song is a HIT!", and I always thought he was right! Sadly, it never made it's way to vinyl. Ron Elliott re-wrote it later on, with Butch Engle, as "Moonlight Melody", but I always preferred the original. Lovely song!

Favorite Song: Here We Are Again.

Favorite part of the site: All Of It.

 

Name: Mike

E-mail: BigStar303@aol.com

Comments: Just found this site, and it's great. Brings back a lot of fond memories not just of The Beau Brummels themselves but of some of the nice people who are fellow fans I've been lucky enough to "meet" (even though just virtually) over the years.
  I corresponded heavily with Joey Hornick in the late 70s/early 80s. Still have some of his letters, and I'm sure some of the live shows he sent me, somewhere.
Like several others, I was at the Smiling Dog Saloon in Cleveland for the '75 reunion tour. I even snuck a crappy cassette deck into the place and taped both sets! In addition to "It's Been a Lousy Day," another unrecorded song they did on this tour that I really liked was "Melody." What people need to realize is that this live version of Brummels '75 was way more powerful that the Warners album, as good as it was. Nice to see a post from Dan Levitt, who added some very tasty guitar work to this version of the BB. Dan, or anyone else who was there: remember when Dec went to take his harmonica solo on "Tennesee Walker" and the mic stand suddenly telescoped down to about two feet high? Dec gamely got down on his knees to play the rest of it, to the delight and cheers of the crowd!
My Brummels memories, of course, go back much further. "Just a Little" was in heavy rotation whenever my best friend in high school and I spun 45s, and I remember walking to a record store a good mile and a half away to buy the "Don't Talk to Strangers" single when it came out. Thanks to all Beau Brummels for the great music.

Favorite Song: So many! "That's Alright"; "Just a Little"; "Don't Talk to Strangers"; "Gentle Wanderin' Ways"; "Wolf"

Favorite Part of the site: All of it

 

Name: John

E-mail: jonnohio@aol.com

Comments: If anybody knows anything about the new WB re-release of Triangle and Bradley's Barn...let me know.. is it available yet, what the new songs are...let me know...a big thanks. John

Favorite Song: Ron Elliot's unreleased.

 

Name: Bill Feeney

E-mail: barnaclebill69@hotmail.com

Comments: Warnersuk has releases bradley's and triangle both with
bonus tracks one is a dylan cover.......now that's some fine news I think. Good tunes come and go but great tunes last for ever.. elliot is pure genuis as is bob durand.
Sweating in south fla........peace kids!!!!!!

Favorite Song: Love can fall a long way down.

Favorite Part of the site: whole enchilada.

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@hotmail.com

Comments: Bassist Ron Meagher is the vocalist on "They'll Make You Cry", also on "Not Long Ago", from the first album.

Favorite Song: Here We Are Again.

Favorite Part of the site: All Of It.

 

Name: Jim Schrom

E-mail: skeazle@earthlink.net

Comments:  These guys were great. I remember rushing home from 7th grade to go buy "Laugh Laugh" and later on getting "Just a Little". Couldn't afford record albums at my age then. I had to settle for just the 45's. I have always wondered who the lead singer was on "They'll Make You Cry"? Anybody that knows this could you let me know? Thanks.

Favorite Song: "Just a Little"

Favorite Part of the site: The whole thing.

 

Name: Greg Clarke

Website: http://www.coffindaggers.com

Comments: Wow, I just came across the Triange album! Man the lead vocal in Nine Pound Hammer is one of the most chilling performances I think I ever heard. Ditto Old Kentucky Home. Is Bradley's barn just as good??

Favorite Song: nine pound hammer

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@hotmail.com

Comments: Didn't know what became of Terry Thorn (Beau Brummels drummer '84-'85). Bill, If you ever run into him again, say "hi!", from me.

***PETER TEPP, if you're out there, maybe you should make an appearance at the show on October 20th, in San Francisco, if you're close enough to do it. DANNY LEAVITT, and BOB DURAND, too, though you're probably all too far away to be bothered.

Favorite Song: Here We Are Again (again!)

Favorite Part of the site: Bill Feeney

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@hotmail.com

Comments: I'm as careful as I need to be, Billy. Of course, I'm careful when I'm in The States, as well. Not the safest place on the planet, either! Don Irving will be making his first appearance with The Brummels since 1966, at The Summer Of Love Festival, so it should be fun. Petersen injured his leg, so he might not be able to appear, but I hope Ron Elliott and Declan Mulligan will show up. It would be nice to see them all in a photo together, anyway. Always great to hear from you, Bill!.................Jackson

Favorite Song: Here We Are Again

Favorite Part of the site: All Of It

 

Name: bill feeney

E-mail: barnaclebill69@hotmail.com

Comments: Hi gang- just got fresh cds of triangle and Bradley's barn in the mail. they sound great. I've got all the german cds and cant tell a difference. New liner notes. I see in the chronicle the guys are playing in the summer of love festival with big brother next week. Jackson hope your being careful in pi. jimmy moyles hi to you too. often think about terry thorn. I visited and had lunch with him several years ago here in florida. Me I'm still a big fan playing the tunes all the time .I'm working with bud cockrell soon on promoting his upcoming overdue solo record.....good music comes and goes....great music is timeless. cheers to all who read this site. peace bill feeney, south florida. ps . collector choice did the reissues.

Favorite Song: Cherokee Girl

Favorite Part of the site: Great site

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@hotmail.com

Comments: Hi, Jim, long time, no see. It was a helluva ride, was it not? Never stopped being interesting, anyway. Loved the music.

Favorite Song: Here We Are Again

Favorite Part of the site: Message Board

 

Name: Jim Moyles

E-mail: letssurfjim@earthlink.net

Comments: Great website! Brings back many memories! I know I was involved with something very special, but it's hard to see that sometimes when you're in the middle -- forest through the trees and all that... Keep up the great work & send me an E-mail, I'd love to chat!

Favorite Song: too many to mention

Favorite Part of the site: that is even exists!!

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@hotmail.com

Comments: Happy you enjoy the stories, Melanie. There's a million of 'em, many fond memories.
 I see you quoted the Bob Dylan song, "She Belongs To Me". One Of Our favorites. We did a nice version of that one in our live act in the early/mid '90s. Sal's voice is particularly well-suited to interpreting Dylan material. We were doing it with electric 12-string and steel guitar, a unique combination.

Favorite Song: Here We Are Again

Favorite Part of the site: Message Board

 

Name: M. Melanie Mitchell

E-mail: Elttas1@aol.com

Comments: Quick message. To quote an old song I remember: "Salute her when her birthday comes ..." Many happy returns, and have a blast on that special day! Peace to you and yours - Melanie.

Favorite Song: Wolf/First In Line/Jessica/Paper Plane

Favorite Part of the site: New graphics/Jackson Hart's stories

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@hotmail.com

Comments: Hi, Bill, this is Jackson (haven't used the name John for years). So good to see your post. Always wondered what became of you. It's true, you were at practically every show we did back then. Miss those days. I'm in P.I. now; where are you?

 

Name: Catherine and Sal

Comments: Wonderful site! Thank you all for your comments, very appreciated.
Up coming dates in the Sacramento area for The Sal Valentino Band:
Aug. 21st Marilyn's a Bob Dylan Tribute with Jackie Green
Sept. 20th Marilyn's - 12th and K St
Sept. 13th Stoneyend - Del Paso Blvd

Favorite Part of the site: All kind remarks.

 

Name: bill feeney

E-mail: barnaclebill69@hotmail.com

Comments: Well, I am glad to see that others feel the way I do about the worlds most under rated band. I am retired now from the U>S>Army I had assignments in monterey and S>F> I got to get pretty tight with the guys seldom missing a gig. John
Hjort, Jim Moyles, Terry Thorn, Sal and Declan .During those times Meagher Petersen, and upon occasin Elliot. The gigs were always fun and the crowds were good. I formed a bond with Tom Fallon and worked in my time off from the army promoting shows and the native son record to juke box around the Marina Dist. The Abbey Tavern gig was every weekend then. I remember the times well. Love to hear from you all

Great site''''BB to The Hall Of Fame

Favorite Song: Cherokee girl

Favorite Part of the site: All

 

Name: M. Melanie Mitchell

E-mail: Elttas1@aol.com

Comments: Hope I don't take up too much space! I've wanted to send a message for quite a while, now, but I've been busy writing a letter to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I also have to re-send a message to DIG Records THANKING them for selling me Stoneground's farewell concert CD (computer glitch, I guess), so you see, I've been a little busy. I was blessed to have the money to fly down to California from where I live (Seattle, WA), and DOUBLY blessed to have friends and loved ones willing to drive me from Oakland to Folsom just so I could see Sal's recent show. Seeing him so happy (with a GREAT band)and performing with such ageless energy was PRICELESS to me, worth EVERY penny and every moment. When I met him, I was surprisingly quite relaxed, but still a little bit tongue-tied, so I might not have thanked him properly. Sal, if you're out there, I THANK you once again for the autograph. I will treasure it for a LIFETIME, just as I will ALWAYS treasure meeting you. You were just as gentlemanly as I've always imagined, and you STILL inspire a world of stories. Of course, you've been quite an inspiration to me for a long time, so this can't be news to anyone, certainly not you. Sal, you are IRREPLACEABLE, so PLEASE keep singing and playing, for as long as it gives you joy, because it gives US joy too - probably more than you'll ever realize, in my case. Although I'm sure very few people truly know you, I bet there are a lot of us out there who truly care about your health and happiness. It warmed my heart to see you in such great health, great energy and great voice. Take GOOD care of yourself, Sal, and savor the care that others give you, too - Your Student and Admirer, Melanie. Peace to you, and a big cheer to all of you Brummellites out there!

Favorite Song: Two Days Till Tomorrow/Are You Happy/I've Never Known

Favorite Part of the site: All - Keep up the good work!

 

Name: Stan Jankaitis

E-mail: stanj3@starplace.com

Website: http://home.talkcity.com/BookmarkBlvd/stanj3/

Comments: Only saw the Brummels on TV in the 60s but their music was and is one of the best.

Favorite Song: Just A Little, Laugh Laugh.

Favorite Part of the site: All.

 

Name: Linda Rector Raitt

E-mail: lindahudsonfla@yahoo.com

Comments: Dear Fans & Band Members: I'm still giddy from thursday night, finding out about this website, and that I'm not alone in my appreciation of the creative efforts of this band. Hope to see the band, especially Sal either this year, or next. I didn't get to see you in Cadillac Michigan in the 60's. Like the other fan, I didn't hear about the gig until 3 weeks after. Great disappointment! I'm sitting here listening to "Intro". Somehow, nobody screwed with the orig, and I love listening to it everyday on CD, and the same chills down my spine are there. Thanks Kids!!!! Linda

Favorite Song: Still in love w/u Baby

Favorite Part of the site: All of it!

 

Name: John Fitzgerald

E-mail: john.fitzgerald@fmc-na.com

Comments: Glad I found this site. I used to be part of the gang on the old AOL board (Sal was Seaknot...I recall!)
 

 Hi Catherine...if Susan, Bigstar303 (Mike) or Shiloh are out there...a big Hello to you all.

Favorite Song: Wolf of Velvet Fortune

Favorite Part of the site: The people.

 

Name: Catherine Valentino

E-mail: salvatore48@msn.com

Comments: Hello John- Found your site. Very nicely done. How have you been?

 

Name: J.Eckert

E-mail: pro_talent_artists@yahoo.com

Comments: Greetings "Brummels" Fans! As many of you know, I worked with Sal Valentino, and his various versions of The Beau Brummels. After searching some Boxes--I came up with about 5
Rhino Compilation CD's. If you are interested in purchasing one of them, (they are only $12.00 ea.--including shipping/handling) These are great CD's! Featuring all of their Hits! This is the CD we sold at the "Live" Shows.
 Contact me at: pro_talent_artists@yahoo.com
THESE ARE AVAILABLE ON A "FIRST-COME ,FIRST-SERVED" BASIS!

Favorite Song: Everyone of them!

 

Name: Hammond

E-mail: writenow@spiritone.com

Website: http://www.geocities.com/ateliermp/serialreal4.html

Comments: Ah the Beau Brummels! - I saw them in a dinky after hours club in SF called the Red Dragon. It was actually a Chop Suey house located in an alley in Chinatown that Tom Donahue used to promote his Autumn Records groups such as The Vejetables.

Favorite Song: Don't go Talkin To Strangers

 

Name: Eric Dollinger

E-mail: Rico_D@onebox.com

Comments: Can't believe I found this site...... wish I could find a copy of the CD TRIANGLE-- released in Europe

Favorite Song: Painter of Women

 

Name: Don Adler

E-mail: maida1982a@aol.com

Comments: I was at the cavestomp show. I bought 'Just a Little' when it came out, but this my 1st live show of the group or any member and it was fantastic. Sal's voice is timeless. More shows, please.

Favorite Song: Don't talk to strangers

Favorite Part of the site: The site itself-that it exists

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@sanfrancisco.usa.com

Comments: Not too many people have a copy of that single "Back To Life/Native Son", since it was recorded and distributed, primarily, as a demo, sent out to record companies in an attempt to attract a recording deal. "Native Son" is a song that Declan wrote and sang. "Back To Life" is one that Ron Elliott and I wrote together, with me singing lead, under my previous stage-name, John Hjort. We later did studio recordings with Sal that never made it to vinyl.

Favorite Song: It's So Nice

Favorite Part of the site: All

 

Name: John Ober

E-mail: jelo42@aol.com

Comments: I'm a huge Beau Brummel fan, I'm seriously glad to find a live CD available from before the reunion tour with 9 unreleased songs I have everything by the Brummels so its a thrill when something I don't have comes about. There were 2 bootleg Brummel items at one time, on was Again ON The Road, it was on vinyl and had cuts from the reunion album along with Are You Happy, Just A Little, and Laugh, Laugh...it also had the unreleased "Its Been A Lousy Day".. the other bootleg was on CD called "Calling Mr. Slate"
which was a 1975 concert in addition a few acoustic live things with Ron and Sal, the most interesting being a suite entitled "Wanderingman", similar to Ron Elliot's Candlestickmaker. One interesting item I own is a single from the early 80's...one side was "Native Son" and the other was "Back to Life"...no Sal on this single but Ron and Declan where there. I saw the Brummels on their 75 tour at the Smiling Dog Saloon in Cleveland and would like to see them once more sometime except I never here about when they appear until after its over, I would have like to have been at Cavestomp for instance...if anyone knows of any Brummel rarities around.. let me know, id still like to see a CD of missing Triangle and Bradley Barn era stuff.. I know there was a song that was supposed to be on Triangle I believe called "Snowman Song", Sal sang it on a radio interview once...take care....John

Favorite Song: Too many to mention

Favorite Part of the site: Letters

 

Name: Peter B. Griggs

E-mail: fredyk@aol.com

Comments: The Beau Brummels is one of my all time favorite groups from any time period. ( I also love The B52s.). I love the pensive song "Not Too Long Ago" - it is the kind of song which I would write if I were a song writer. Of course everyone likes "Laugh Laugh" too.

Did you know that, like me, Ron Elliot of the Beau Brummels is also a diabetic?

Favorite Song: Not Too Long Ago

Favorite Part of the site: Photo

 

Name: Leslie O'Neal-Garcia

E-mail: lori109101@aol.com

Comments: Hi, I happened onto this site recently and you are doing a terrific job. It's great to read some of the stories from people like Jackson Hart and to find out what the Beau Brummels have been up to over the years. It sounds like they are doing well and that is so great to hear!

Favorite Song: Too many to name in this itty bitty box.

Favorite Part of the site: It's all good!

 

Name: Danny Levitt

E-mail: DanielWheezy@AOL.com

Comments: As someone mentioned, I'm the last guy who played guitar on the 1975 album "The Beau Brummels". This guy claims I was his first guitar teacher. If you're out there whoever you are, please let me know. Anyhow, to all the guys, a warm hello, and hoping all is well. I'll have to give Ron Elliott a call. Now there is a genius song writer, and for that matter, not a bad fingerpicker!!!

Favorite Song: Gold Rush

Favorite Part of the site: Don't know yet

 

Name: Denny Pine

E-mail: pinedrivein101@aol.com

Comments: The Beau Brummels rock! I have both of their original Autumn LP's, all four Warner Bros. albums, and a few of their hard-to-find Warner singles. I've been listening to their Best Of CD (Rhino) in the car going to and from work or wherever.
 

Favorite Song: Laugh Laugh, Magic Hollow, Fine With Me, Deep Water

Favorite Part of the site: No particular favorite, it's all excellent!

 

Name: Tom Jeffers

E-mail: tmjeffers1@home.com

Comments: I played you're songs in the 60's here in Canada and was a big fan then and still am now. Hope to hear you play and record again in the near future. I consider the Beau Brummels to be one of the best and most innovative groups of their day.

Favorite Song: Just a Little

 

Name: Frédérick

E-mail: aristote33aristote@yahoo.fr

Website: http://cavaristote.free.fr

Comments: A very good site about Beau Brummels. Good luck.
Bye, Fred

Favorite Song: Laugh Laugh

 

Name: DOUGLAS H. LINDGREN

E-mail: LINDGREND@AOL.COM

Comments: GREAT BAND AND GREAT SONGS. THEY HAVE IT ALL.

Favorite Song: LAUGH LAUGH

Favorite Part of the site: ALL

 

Name: "T.C.Massacre" musician Orlando Fl.

E-mail: marinobites@aol.com

Comments: I absolutely LOVE this band, I have for a very long time. I'm 37 and I've been listening since I was a child (dad was a musician). I remember seeing them doing Laugh Laugh on the Flintstones and even more importantly performing in the Tommy Kirk/Beau Bridges/Ron Howard/Toni Basil film Village of the Giants.

Favorite Song: When it Comes to Your Love

Favorite Part of the site: That it even exists

 

Name: Joan

E-mail: joaniebob@webtv.net

Comments: I lived about a block away from the Morocco Room in San Mateo California and was lucky enough to see them on a regular basis. I made sure I got a front seat. This was before they hit it big. They were so good and their harmonies were exquisite.

Favorite Song: Laugh Laugh

Favorite Part of the site: The photos

 

Name: Jackson Hart

Comments: What period of time are you referring to? "Don" Abbott  played drums for The Black Velvet Band (with Ron Meagher & Declan Mulligan), about '69 to '74, and the group played very occasionally as The Beau Brummels.

Favorite Song: Don't Talk To Strangers

Favorite Part of the site: All Of It

 

Name: aklrrp

E-mail: eryk.crawford@attws.com

Comments: I believe my Father in law my have played in the band briefly as a drummer. His name is Chuck/Charles Abbott. He  would have done this in San Francisco in the Phillmore District. If anyone has any information please contact me. I  would like to get a song, album, or recording. He also did some with The Grass Roots. Any help would be greatly appreciated

 

Name: Anita Delphine

E-mail: delphine_carmen@yahoo.com

Comments: I feel that they should be in the "Rock n Roll" hall of fame, they were part of the 60's rock n roll music that we grew up on.

Favorite Song: Just a Little

Favorite Part of the site: The index, as it was easy to look at what you wanted plus the history of the group.

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@sanfrancisco.usa.com

Comments: Touring with Gene Simmons? That's something I'm pretty certain you won't see happening! Nice to see someone under 45 is digging the old cuts!

Favorite Song: Today, it's: "Wolf"

Favorite Part of the site: All Of It!

 

Name: Donovan

E-mail: fooler500@aol.com

Comments: I'm 27,but I love the oldies. My father put me on to these guys. Do u think they'll ever tour with gene simmons from kiss?

Favorite Song: laugh laugh

 

Name: John Struk

E-mail: jstruk@tampabay.rr.com

Comments: I've listened and played the brummel's songs for thirty years and have never grown tired of them. I saw them live in Cleveland in the late sixties at the Smiling Dog Saloon definitely some great memories. I got a chance to talk to Ron at intermission, he was friendly and took the time to have a real conversation. I have gotten most their music on CD from Sundazed records, E-bay and the new live one through their web site. I understand Sal still sings in CA. and is considering an album, I spoke to his producer recently and it is on "hold". My favorite record is Bradley's Barn and favorite song is Singing cowboy off their reunion album in 1975 also one of their best albums.

 

Name: David Aris

E-mail: daris3@ameritech.net

Comments: Cass - like your new site design. Thanks for the help in finding a copy of "Triangle." Tho' I wanted a CD I was happy to 'settle' for a sealed vinyl lp. I remaster to CD and now the world is right again after 20+ years. Also, thanks to John Eckert, Don Sutton, and Gary Cornelius for their invaluable assistance in locating and obtaining the album.
 This album was an important part of my 'formative' hippie years along with the Airplane, Janis, the Doors, Jimi, CSN, and the Dead. The haunting lyrics and melodies of this record stayed with me even though someone stole my copy over 20 years ago. Sal's voice stirred something primal in me and Ron's music is simply enchanting - like the Magic Forest this concept album weaves the listener through.

Favorite Song: Magic Hollow & Wolf Of Velvet Fortune

 

Name: Jackson Hart

Comments: Sorry Stephen, I accidently deleted your message; can you re-send it?..........Jackson

Favorite Song: Still, Many!

Favorite Part of the site: All of it

 

Name: Jackson Hart

E-mail: beaubrummels@sanfrancisco.usa.com

Comments: JOEY HORNICK! If anybody out there knows Joey (or if you read this yourself, please drop me a line. I've always wondered what happened with you! You were The Beau Brummels' most ardent supporter, while I was working with them, and you sent me a lot of great tapes, and memorabilia. Hope you're doing well, and I hope I hear from you............Jackson Hart

Favorite Song: Many Of Them!

Favorite Part of the site: Cass

 

Name: Stephen C.

Comments: Greetings to All,
 It is great to finally find a site dedicated to one of my favorite groups. I remember "The Beau Brummelstones" as a child and bought ALL of their albums as a teenager in the 1970's. Sal's voice is unique and fantastic. I think that Ron Elliott is the most underated songwriter in the history of American Rock 'n Roll and that the Brummels never got the recognition that they deserved. They mastered that acoustic 12-string/bass/percussion sound and made it their own. I have turned several friends into fans as well. I hope that this site expands and grows and I wish it the best of luck. Many thanks to Ron, Sal, Ron, John and Dec for all of the great music. I'm a fan for life.
 

 And Ron Elliott, if you see this, God Bless you and thanks for all of the great music. You are one of my "guitar heroes." I hope that you are feeling well. Take care.

Favorite Song: You Tell Me Why/Dream On/Can't Be So

Favorite Part of the site: Questions/Messages

 

Name: Alamantra

E-mail: alamantra@netzero.net

Comments: "Laugh Laugh I thought I would die. It seemed so funny to me." I was watching The Flintstones the other day with my kids. It was an old one and it had Beau Brummels on there. They were a really great band that came along at a really right time.

Favorite Song: Laugh Laugh

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