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I was trying to put together a timeline of some of the personnel changes we've seen in DSO.

I didn't go further back that Scott's passing in 2005 :(


Here's what I was able to cobble together from Starbase.

Any corrections/comments?



2013-10-11 Skip Vangelas - 1st show as permenant member


2013-06-01 Keven Rosen's last show    
    Jim Allard
    Skip Vangelas


?? - Jeff permenant member


12/5/09  last show with John Kadlecik
    Jeff Mattson
    Stu Allen


2007-03-20 last show with Dan Klepinger - Barraco only here on out 


2005-04-23 Scott Larned's last show
    Rob Barraco
    Dan Klepinger
    Tom Ryan


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I’m not so sure that Lisa has been with them since the beginning. While I don’t do a lot of shows, I didn’t see her on stage at all for my first couple of shows/years. In the lot, before a show, my nephew mentioned that they have a girl that sings the Donna parts/songs. Well, that night at the Electric factory, she left her mark. Wow!  Sunrise! I can’t forget it. I’ve been looking forward to her songs ever since. 

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I believe original drummers were Ahmer Nizam and Mark Corsolini. It seems I’ve maybe seen a couple of shows where Ahmer sat it, but that was in a decade long ago and far away.


And as far as crew goes, so many have moved on, including Sco, Cam, Bones, Tiny, the Dude, Robbie Williams, Molly ❤️, Sarah ❤️, Winke ❤️, and others I feel bad for omitting. They made it a lot easier on this side too.


Let the words be everyone else’s.

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17 hours ago, Michael Doc Watson said:

Glenn  “ Chub” Carrier  (10/21/51-2/1/04) DSO monitor technician passed away in the hospital......DSO show at Banana Joe's Columbia SC was dedicated to Chubby on 2/2/04


I was at said show in Columbia......poignant to say the least.

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2 hours ago, acududeman said:


I was at said show in Columbia......poignant to say the least.

I was there also and was moved to tears. I latter wrote a short story about that night and first time meeting John who after sound check backstage I comforted with a hug to help take away his pain.

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