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Razzy Dazzy Spasm Band (folk)

Summary
The Razzy Dazzy Spasm Band was formed in 1976 at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The band consisted initially of John Gorka, Russ Rentler, and Doug Anderson. Later, Richard Shindell joined the group on lead guitar. Tim Germer was also part of the group, playing bass guitar. As Gorka would later describe it, "It was kind of a bluegrass band, but not a real formal, traditional one." Although the band never recorded an album or even went on a tour, three members (Gorka, Shindell, and Rentler) went on to have significant careers in folk music. Doug Anderson, is now a philosophy professor at Southern Illinois University and continues to play music locally and Tim Germer is a software engineer in Northern Virginia. Personnel *John Gorka – banjo *Russ Rentler – mandolin *Doug Anderson – rhythm guitar *Richard Shindell – lead guitar *Tim Germer – bass guitar History The original three members of the Razzy Dazzy Spasm Band met
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