Sunday, July 13, 2008

Unlimited Few - 1967 - '68

Playing in Rushville, Indiana 1968 (altho the ad says 1967, it's a typo), The Unlimited Few. I know of the Idle Few, The Chosen Few, The Fewdle Lords, but this is new to me.
Any info appreciated, as with all of these blind listings. Join in and keep these guys or gals dream alive!


Anonymous said...

To whom it may concern:

Well, I was part of the South Bend band scene during the late 60's with the band, The Traces of Time. Other bands included the MRQ, the Tradewinds, The Basooties (Gary), America's Stop, The Soul Seekers...still have memories of playing Edison Light, Tippy's, The Wild Goose,(Chicago) Top Deck , Rush Up (Chicago), Notre Dame, The Coop (YMCA), and St. Anthony's, our first big gig. Also, The Arnold Palmer Golf Course, We were on the roof of the clubhouse. We opened for some big bands as well, including Tommy James, Vanilla Fudge, Gene Pitney and Caravan of Stars, The Yardbirds, etc. Wonder what the guys are doing now? Maybe we should have a reunion concert!!
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Unknown said...

I was in a band called the Fugitives along with Stu Monsma, Denny Smith, Fred Elbel and Fred Steiner. Stu and I joined up with Mike Campbell, Howie Krausman and Bobby "Sugar Bear" Seals. Howie went to college and we recruited Dave Lewark to play lead guitar. Mike dropped out of that band to pursue other musical interests and When that group broke up, Stu joined the Basooties and Dave Lewark and I joined up with former members of "The Apple and the Cookie". That groupe morphed into the "Crystal Thread" that consisted of Dave Hoskins, Al Evarts, Rich Gottman and myself.

After that, Rich Gottman, Robby Dickie, Roger Lindas and Jeff Urban joined forces to assemble "America's Stop" With that band we had a small horn section. (I can't remember their names, Ray Davis and someone else)

After that group, Ron Monsma and I Started the "Billy Brothers" that included Al Evarts, Roger lindas, Denny Sneidecki, Ron and myself.

I decided to take a break from the bands at that point and that latest group changed a few members and called themselves "South Shore"

Many years later I started a band with my Daughter Callahan Dylan Miller to form "American Pie". When Callahan went to college in Nashville, TN We ended that band and Bart Oglesby and I started a Duo called "Money and Fame" we had a few sidemen join us on drums and bass. After Bart passed away I started the "Tommy Miller Band".

That brings me up to date. 7/14/2014. Now my mind and fingers are tired...Whew!!

Kenn Reinhardt said...

I was the drummer of The Unlimited Few, an Indianapolis garage band--all who attended Warren Central High School. We combined the names of the Idle Few and the Sounds Unlimited, two fairly well-known bands in our area. Jim Shelton of WIBC helped us get gigs. Members included Steve Winters, Mike Spence, Max & Gary Bullen, and I...with additional members as members went off to college, including Tim Ayres, who left to join what became Mason Proffit. (Kenn Reinhardt; Indy;

Unknown said...

Wow, those were the best of times. I played drums and knew Greg. Loved Jeff on that B3 and the Leslie. Loved The Traces of Time. Went to the coop dances a lot. Hope everyone is well. I know everyone is scattered but a reunion would be way cool.