Now that raises some memories! I know the Creek had played Trinity in the '70s maybe a couple of times, but we had to drive up by UCONN to catch them (or at least up near Windsor Locks or something - can't remember the name of the club offhand). Anyway, I was Social Chair of DKE (Freak) at Trinity and I and a couple of fellow freaks put on that Trinity show in '86 ('86? )... freaks absolutely destroyed the student art space outside the Washington Room and the school tried to nail us for it... but they were the ones responsible for security - no flies on us!Dozin wrote:In the 80's we use to travel from NH to Lupo's, Living Room, Trinity College, etc. Scott is an amazing guitar player. Makes it all look so easy.
What a great night... I used to have the recording - it's not on Archive... but I just hooked up with one of those other guys from DKE on FB.. maybe he has a copy. It was epic; and the opener was great too... Hot Acoustics, a husband/wife team with him on acoustic guitar and her on an electric violin. She was second chair in the Hartford Philharmonic, iirc.
Sorry... don't know a whole lot about Scott's rig at the time. But, that was a great memory jolter!