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"Band Boys: Teenage Music Makers of the Sixties" - Visit the website for Kim Peyton's new book

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60sgaragebands.com  - Read a review of Kim's new book, written by Mike Dugo owner of 60sgaragebands.com

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The Blue Beats member pages - Visit the personal web pages for individual members of The Blue Beats

Scott F. Stinson - drummer and vocalist

 

AmoChip.com - Visit the website for Grammy-nominated, professional multi-instrumentalist, singer, song writer, performer, recording artist, recording engineer, and producer AmoChip.

So Many Ways Click here, to visit AmoChip.com... Escape From Newark

The Blue Beats Connection:  AmoChip was bass guitarist and vocalist for Elven Tongue, a progressive rock band, which existed primarily in Columbus Ohio, during the early 1970s, and whose membership included Scott Stinson on drums and vocals, Larry Rust on keyboards and vocals, Steve Heglar on guitar and vocals, and Jerry Earnest on guitar and vocals.  Elven Tongue' s members had their roots in West Virginia, North Carolina and New Jersey, but the band originally grew from earlier configurations of musicians, which were based out of Huntington West Virginia, and which performed under the names Dirty Leg and Flight.  Those groups' members included Scott Stinson on drums and vocals, Larry Rust on keyboards and vocals, Richard Stacy on guitar, Cap Hunter on bass, Spencer Stinson on sound, Ed Seay on guitar, Billy Herrill on vocals, and Steve Heglar on guitar.   Oh, what a spectacular web we sometimes weave.

 

OwenAve.com - Visit the website for professional keyboardist, singer, song writer, performer, recording artist, recording engineer, and producer Larry Rust.

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The Blue Beats Connection:  Larry Rust was keyboardist and vocalist for Elven Tongue, a progressive rock band, which existed during the early 1970s, and whose membership included Scott Stinson on drums and vocals, AmoChip on bass guitar and vocals, Steve Heglar on guitar and vocals, and Jerry Earnest on guitar and vocals.  Elven Tongue' s members had their roots in West Virginia, North Carolina and New Jersey, but the band originally grew from earlier configurations of musicians, which were based out of Huntington West Virginia, and which performed under the names Dirty Leg and Flight.  Those groups' members included Larry Rust on keyboards and vocals, Scott Stinson on drums and vocals, Richard Stacy on guitar, Cap Hunter on bass, Spencer Stinson on sound, Ed Seay on guitar, Billy Herrill on vocals, and Steve Heglar on guitar.

 

 

Route60Music.com - Visit the website for Route 60 Music Company, co-founded by Paul Calicoat.

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The Blue Beats Connection:  Paul Calicoat was guitarist, pianist and vocalist for Maple Bend, a country rock band from the early 1980s, based in Huntington West Virginia, whose membership also included Scott Stinson on drums and vocals, Cap Hunter on bass guitar, Wally Wilkes on guitar and vocals, and Paul Rice on guitar and vocals.

 

TrunkMonkeyBand - The website for Trunk Monkey, a unique collaboration of musicians, from the Huntington West Virginia area, which includes founding member Wally Wilkes, is now a defunct site.  Sorry.  But the song remains the same.

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The Blue Beats Connection:  Wally Wilkes was guitarist and vocalist for Maple Bend, a country rock band from the early 1980s, based in Huntington West Virginia, whose membership also included Scott Stinson on drums and vocals, Cap Hunter on bass guitar, Paul Calicoat on guitar, piano and vocals, and Paul Rice on guitar and vocals.  Wally was also guitarist and vocalist for Heroes, a melodic-rock group which was formed a year or so after Maple Bend had disbanded, also based in Huntington, and whose members included Scott Stinson on drums and vocals, Mike Allen on guitar and vocals, and Steve Ferrell on bass guitar and vocals.

 

EchosBand.com - Visit the website for The Echos, a currently performing classic rock band based in Southern Oregon .

(*Click on "excerpts" ,to watch a performance video)

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The Blue Beats Connection:  Scott Stinson was drummer and vocalist for The Echos, from October of 2002 through January of 2005.  The Echos other members at that time included Matt Matthews on guitar and vocals, Greg Bailey on keyboards and vocals, and Bill Fischer on bass and vocals.

 

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