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MN.B.R.T. Radio with Singer and song writer Lenny Green

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Join Elusive1 & Evie as they kick off Bigfoot song writer's & listeners apprciation month with Mr. Lenny Green, Lenny started playing guitar in high school and when he joined the US Navy he kept at it until he was asked to be a part of the ship's band. They were called The Silver Strands, aboard the USS Jason AR-8. He spent four years on that ship and got out about the same time as some friends he had made in the Navy ... John Gummoe and Dave Wilson\ and Art Eastlick. Well, John was not a musician, but Dave and Art were, and they had heard about this local All Navy Talent Contest being held in San Diego so they went for it. They managed third place. They had nothing better to do at the time so they started playing locally around San Diego. The name ..? They called themselves The Thundernotes! To make a long story short ... They invaded Hollywood one time and one lead led to another until they had managed their first recording contract on the Donna lable, and subsiderary of DelFi Records. DelFi, owned and managed by Bob Keene, had among their roster Richie Valens, Little Ceasar & The Romans, Johnny Crawford, etc.Their one and only record was instrumental on both sides... "Thunder Rhythm" and "Payday". They left Delfi and went back to San Diego to regroup. New members were being added to the group that he wasn't getting along with and he was getting antsy to do country, so they had a parting of the ways. Later on, He was invited to attend their new recording session on Valiant Records as a guest. The band was now known as The Cascades. Today, I live in northern California ... husband, father, small businessman, and occasional local performer. So plz welcome to the show Mr. Lenny Green
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