Yesterday I was talking to my former boss and long time friend Bill P. on the phone. Bill lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania now. For many years in the late 60's, 70's and 80's we worked together at Girard Bank (now Mellon bank) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Bill is a longtime fan of doc-wop music from the Fifties. He's also a classic (50's) car fan. I mentioned to him that my new friend Pat (you all know "Pat" from Toronto, Canada, my Travel Buddy and soul brother) plays part-time in a band called "The 45's". See HERE. They play music from the 60's.
Pat's been playing his whole life. Here is an early band album cover of Pat and his band.
|Pat, in the foreground on the right holding the CD and his band|
At the beginning of this blog post is what I found on You Tube this morning. First time I've seen it!
I had a little difficulty finding a video of "The 45's" because, apparently there is more than one group called "The 45's". Somebody didn't copyright the name (fellas). Maybe they should have called their band "Five Naked Ladies." But wait, there is already a band by that name isn't there? And actually that is a Canadian band too, isn't it?
So folks, for your listening pleasure here is my friend Pat's band, The 45's.