Rest in peace Lou Whitney

Rest in peace Lou Whitney

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Some good people have a fund raising site for Skeletons drummer Bobby Lloyd Hicks. Give if you can, thanks from all of us Skele-Fans. from site:  "Our friend Bobby "Lloyd" Hicks has been  ill for several months now.  He has damage to both lungs stemming from double pneumonia.  As most of you know Lloyd is a musician and earns his living by playing the drums.  Due to this illness he has not been able to work and hasn't had any income in quite some time.  His medical expenses are growing with no way to pay them.  We are asking everyone for a little help"

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The Bottle Rockets play Kiki's House of Righteous Music, Madison, Wis

Friday, October 30, 2015

Being There is Gold

Released Oct 29, 1996. 
Lou had many happy clients.

The Studio is open for business, as Lou wanted it. Go to:

Thursday, October 22, 2015

The Bottle Rockets

The Bottle Rockets are back and we'd like to thank them for all the beautiful vibrations (and the new record & tour) 

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Syd Straw & Dave Alvin 1989

Two very special people to everyone who follows the Skeletons. Here is a great capture of Syd Straw and Dave Alvin playing a song from Surprise, the record she made prior to visiting Springfield to record War and Peace.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Elvis opener re-recorded his gems with The Skeletons

Rudy Grayzell toured with Elvis and recorded this record with The Skeletons in 1998. Now on Spotify, check out the blistering D. Clinton Thompson solo on "Judy". (Heck, his licks are all over this record) (Seeing this on mobile? Spotify app launches)