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Jack Casady and The Triumphs
Jack Casady & the Triumphs - The Triumphs are the group Jack & Jorma Kaukonen played with when they
were youngsters in DC, prior to moving to California and founding the Jefferson Airplane.
The Triumphs opened for Link Wray in the local DC clubs in the early 1960's. The band will be comprised of
Jack Casady,Ron McDonald, Johnny Sneed, and Joe Stanley.
It has to be some 45 years since a Triumphs performance has taken place.
Robert Gordon
In the late 1970's, Robert Gordon formed a musical partnership with Link Wray.  Robert Gordon and Link
Wray created music based on the Roots Rock sound that Link helped invent in Washington DC.
Link once said of Robert Gordon," I think Robert sounds like the raw Elvis- when Elvis was on Sun".
Robert recorded two LPs with Link "Robert Gordon with Link Wray"  April 1977, and "Fresh Fish Special"
December 1977.
Anton Fig has recorded with Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Kiss, Madonna,  Ace Frehley, Joan Armatrading, Paul Butterfield. He has also
played live with Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen and was in the band along with Booker T and the MG's for Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary
concert celebration. He played with Robert Gordon and Link Wray in the late 1970 at the Cellar Door in Washington DC, and also at the
9:30 concert with Link in the early 1980's.
Anton is a member of the "CBS Orchestra",  on the "Late Show with David Letterman", (since 1986). he has also played with other  
great artists including Miles Davis, James Brown, Stevie Winwood and Tony Bennett.
Anton Fig
Eddie Angel
In 1973  Eddie fell into a gig playing  Rhythm guitar for Link Wray . His professional  career has taken him through the history of Roots
Rock from Bluegrass to Rockabilly and finally back to the  instrumentals he started playing when he first picked up the guitar as an 11
year kid. Amoung the people he has played with Throughout his career includes Tex Rubinowitz, Switchblade, Billy Hancock, the
Planet Rockers, the Neanderthals, Eddie Angels Guitar Party, Los Straitjackets and many others, He has his own record label,
"Spinout" .
Billy Hancock is a true Legend of DC rock and Roll. He began playing the  clubs in Alexandria and
Georgetown as a underage teen, with big hair ,a loud guitar  and a mesmerizing voice that will stop you
dead in your tacks- Through out his career he has had the opportunity to influence the world with his
music.  He continues to create roots rock and roll that is original and fresh. He recently released a CD
called "Passions". Billy has a cable TV show in Virginia on Comcast and can be seen most frequently at JV's
Restaurant in Falls Church VA.
Billy Hancock
Joe Stanley is one of DC most amazing musicians. He has been  making music since  the birth of Rock and
Roll.  Joe has played with Saxtons, Roy Clark, the Orioles, Big Joe Turner, Sam
Cooke, Little Anthony, Lloyd Price, The Drifters, Jackie Wilson, Dion
and the Belmont's, Freddie Cannon, Dale Hawkins, The Rainbows
with Don Covay, Marvin Gay and Billy Stewart, Charlie Daniels, Danny
and the Fat Boys, the Dynaflows and Big four Combo, etc
Joe Stanley
Special Guest
Jerry (
The Bug) Dallman

Norton Records offers a catalog of the most authentic sounds your Heart could possibly desire.  Their
Amazing Link Wray Juke Box series  will leave you in an electric excitement  panting and shaking on the
floor.
The A-Bones
Click on the pictures of the artists for links
to websites and more information
Featuring
Ray Wallace-

His debut Album on Spinout
records. . Recently written
about in USA Today's
Entertainment section
A Unique and witty
performer.
His song "I'm Bob Dylan"  is
an internet radio fav!
SwitchBlade
With
Eddie Angel, Jimmy Doherty,
Ratso and Johnny C
Pedro Sera-Leyva
Rhythm guitar for grand finle


Evan Johns and the H-Bombs, Danny
Gatton, The Essentials, Going, Going, Gone,
Jumpin' Jupiter etc..
With
DAVE CHAPPELL - guitar

BARRY HART - Drums

STEVE WOLF - Bass
Billy will also be
playing  Bass with  
Robert Gordon
The Extrodardary
sound of Joe
Stanley will be
heard with the
Triumphs