John Petersen was the drummer in the Beau Brummels and, from past due 1966 to 1970, Harpers Bizarre. As the Beau Brummels drummer he was vital that you their image, along with his resemblance towards the Moving Rocks’ Brian Jones. He didn’t compose anything for the music group, but he do sing business lead once in an excellent while, on “Sometime during the night” (off their second record) and “That’s All THAT COUNTS,” a Kinks-like garage area rock outtake off their initial record that eventually arrived in the 1990s. In past due 1966, he still left the Beau Brummels for the Tikis, another music group that, just like the Beau Brummels, have been on the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA independent label Fall but discovered themselves marketed to Warner Bros. The Tikis had been actually along the way of changing their name to Harpers Bizarre, and acquired already documented the initial Harpers Bizarre strike, “59th Road Bridge Melody (Feelin’ Groovy).” Petersen remained with the music group until their break up in the first ’70s, taking pleasure in some commercial achievement actually if the band’s incredibly light selection of sunlight pop was nowhere near as interesting as what he previously used the Beau Brummels. He documented and used the Beau Brummels when the group reunited in the middle-’70s. In 1969 he wedded Roberta Templeman, sister of Harpers Bizarre’s Ted Templeman. Ted Templeman later on became an effective maker, and in the 1980s Roberta Templeman became a vice chief executive at Warner Bros. Information.