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    Quote Originally Posted by Scamp View Post
    He was with Longbranch Pennywhistle. I don't recall ever seeing him solo but that doesn't mean he may have played solo at one time. After he and Don left Linda she had Waddie as a guitar player and back up singer.
    Thanks, Scamp! Things seemed to be so much more casual, relaxed, and personable between artists and fans back then. Did you get to chat with any acts?
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    No, they usually left the stage right after. Sometimes they'd head to the local hang out but it was too expensive for me. Did get to talk a few minuter with Linda, she was great. Really down to earth.

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    Wow amazing Scamp! Absolutely cherish that!! So jealous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scamp View Post
    He was with Longbranch Pennywhistle. I don't recall ever seeing him solo but that doesn't mean he may have played solo at one time. After he and Don left Linda she had Waddie as a guitar player and back up singer.
    I guess it's possible, but I would be shocked if Glenn ever performed solo back in the early days. He was definitely a 'band' guy back then. Even David Geffen told him he belonged in a band, and he took that advice. Even after the Eagles break-up in '80, it took him a while to decide to go solo. But, like I said, you never know ... he was ambitious and confident, so he may have given it a try.

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    Just a little fun info..Joe has played with both Glenn and Waddy Wachtel. Do you know what Glenn and Waddy have in common besides Joe?

    Both played at the Troubadour, both played and sang backup in Linda's band and both are left handed but play guitar right handed. Just something to file in your "who gives a sh**" department
    Last edited by Scamp; 10-16-2020 at 09:06 AM.

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    Or your 'interesting music trivia' department, depending on how you view such things
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