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Mad Fables
Tell Me
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The music of Mad Fables has stayed alive for over thirty-five years. They are: Mike Dugan (guitar), Jeff Hays (bass), Spence Hiller (drums), Michael Radtke (keyboards) amd Rich Rheiner (guitar).
Why this name?
It was after being drunk in a Miami hotel. Radtke wanted the group to be called Crazy Tails.
Do you play live?
Play live? When you reach the age of geezer, all playing is live.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Musicians will have to make their money from live performances rather than selling records. Internet conglamerates will figure out a way to make taheir nickel on each distribution of an mp3. A new free-music scene will develop. Mark my words.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
no. we have nothing to offer each other.
Band History:
1973 - Dugan, Hayes, Radtke and Rheiner in spring, formed as 'Dugan's Boys'
1973 - in fall, Hiller joined the group and thus birth 'Mad Fables'
1974 - signed to a contract with TRO publishers
1977 - 12x12 vinyl album "Get Off"
1978 - spring, Radtke leaves the group
1978 - fall, Hiller leaves the group
1997 - 3 CD collection 'Mad Fables'
1999 - 'From the Vault' CD
Your influences?
The Band, Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers, the Doors, Lovin' Spoonful, Bob Dylan, cartoons, Cream, Duke Ellington, Van Morrison, Little Feat, Talking Heads, and MANY more
Favorite spot?
on top of Old Rag near the Blue Ridge mountains where the band posed for a photo op.
Equipment used:
Hays and Radtke had custom built cabinets (although Radtke's was destroyed in a fire at Millington's). Cerwin-vega PA speakers and a Yamaha mother board, state of the art for their day.
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