|Fri 23 Feb 1973
|At Louie’s Life - Heavy Metal Rock
|133 S California St, Ventura, CA 93001
Greg Lindstrom: … another very early show we played was at a small club called Louie’s Life supporting a band called Ballin’ Jack. They were a funk rock band with a horn section and they had a couple of albums out on Columbia Records and had just gotten off a tour with Jimi Hendrix. They were really cool to us, which is not always the case with headliners! Their bass player was intrigued because I played an Ampeg fretless bass and he played an Ampeg Dan Armstrong clear Lucite bass, which I thought was amazing (and ended up buying one a few years later). Musically, not my favorite style, but they were really good and I learned about being professional from them. (Psychedelic Baby Mag)
Dance With 4 Bands
Fri. & Sat. At
- Rancho Mana´na
- & Cirith Ungol
All This Is For $1.50
133 South California St. Ventura
Doors Open at 8.30 pm.
What is the short story around the scene, or what is the link to Eros and Rancho Mana´na? Are they the same date or different day?
See Saturday also: