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Rusty Day

Most widely known for his tenure while an associate of Ted Nugent’s Amboy Dukes, Rusty Day time and backing music group the Midnighters enjoyed great achievement on the neighborhood club circuit through the mid-’60s, issuing the solitary “We Gotta Move #1” in 1966. 3 years later on Day became a member of the Amboy Dukes, producing his debut using the group on its third recording, Migration. Operating afoul of bandleader Nugent’s rigid anti-drug guidelines, he was dismissed from your Dukes pursuing 1970’s Marriage around the Rocks, immediately after becoming a member of Cactus. When that music group disintegrated, Day time assumed the reins of the group Detroit, previously led by Mitch Ryder; pursuing their 1974 dissolution, he relocated to Orlando, Florida, where he was later on murdered due to a drug offer gone bad.

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