Groovie Ghoulies- 315 Vallejo, Roseville Ca. 8/29/92 Xfer from DAT Master Tape

After they ended the Tombstone Blues set, the band took about a 1 minute break and played a 45 minute ghoulies set. It was so much fun- you will hear a “clink” and a dropout at about 11:30 into the recording. The deck & mic fell off of the heater and hit Kevin Scott in the head. Sorry!
This whole night was fuzzy, but I remember the tiny house (700 sq ft) being WAY too packed with 100+ people, I remember getting way too drunk and being hung over for 2 days after for the first (and only) time ever, and I remember my band playing a song without rehearsal for the first time in 5 years(that was not recorded). I also remember the cops coming, and kicking people out so I could sleep.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy, on top of wall heater in the house (FOH)
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D10 & Nakamichi CM-300 Mic

Audio Live Concert

Tombstone Blues- 315 Vallejo, Roseville Ca. 8/29/92 xfer from DAT master tape Groovie Ghoulies Side Project

Back in 1992, I moved to Los Angeles for a couple of different reasons- my job moved down there. The weekend before I left, my old rental house was empty, so we bought a keg from Sudwerk and had The Groovie Ghoulies & Tombstone Blues play.
Tombstone Blues was a very short lived side project of the Groovie Ghoulies. Kepi, Roach & Kevin Scott played a set of old Rock and Blues covers. This might be the only recorded document of the band, Kepi would know for sure.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy, on top of wall heater in the house (FOH)
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D10 & Nakamichi CM-300 Mic

Audio Live Concert