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Haymarket Riot

One of the most obscure — albeit fondly-remembered — organizations to emerge from your fertile southeastern Michigan rock and roll scenes from the past due 1960s, Haymarket Riot contains vocalist Jim Doe, vocalist/drummer Dennis Morales, guitarist Ron Shankleton, bassist Phil Rishe and keyboardist Ken Lush. Shaped in the tiny city of Monroe beneath the name the Avengers, the group gained an area cult pursuing through their regular shows at the neighborhood teenager nightspot the Membership, also playing countless wedding ceremonies, roller-rinks and senior high school sock-hops. Primarily honing a repertoire consisting mainly of United kingdom Invasion favorites, with time Haymarket Riot started writing their very own original material aswell; however, by residing in Monroe — instead of relocating the greener pastures from the Detroit/Ann Arbor circuit — the group under no circumstances were able to attract the wide viewers necessary to promise them a go at national achievement, and after issuing their lone one, 1969’s “Departing,” they disbanded.

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