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Much interest has been expressed at "other" sites
concerning this group of young men...
did they really
exist? Who were they? Where are they now?
And yes, BRHS spawned musicians. Here, one can observe the transition of one
Kathy Chenoweth Huber - from 1968 to present!
Anybody remember these guys?
Phineas, Freewheelin' Franklin and Fat Freddie, all
created by Gilbert Shelton.
The birth of the Things of Our Generation playing at the grand
opening of
Causeway Lumber back in the spring of 1966.
George Wentworth on drums, Gary Garvin on bass, Jimmy Hobbs
on lead guitar and
Mike "Skinny" McClellan playing rhythm guitar.

Please note the white pants... kind of matched our "groupies" outfits (right)!
Teentown
The
Birdwatchers
WQAM
Radio
The
Morlocks
Wayne
Cochoran
and the
C.C. Riders
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Although not Teentown, the early
Skip Sheffield here (2nd from
left)
and his band the Sleepers
at the
Delray Chamber of
Commerce building (1965).
Teentown, spring of
1966, with
Skip
Sheffield
at the mike...
Teentown manager  Jim
Rutherford
can be seen to
the left of drums.
Skip Sheffield with his band The
Weeds
playing a memorable
Staurday night at Teentown during
the spring of 1966.
Skip is to the left
Gary Garvin (1968) at a dive
somewhere in Maryland
during the spring of 1977.
Note the early, post disco hair
style.
That's pretty scary, kids!
...and speaking of Skip Sheffield (an honorary Bobcat in my eyes!), today he is
playing in
Boca as one of the Dos Gringos (upper right photo, Skip at right) and
Dave Barry sits in with Dos Gringos (upper left photo, Skip at right) during the
summer of 2000.