Sibling country-rockers the Curtis Brothers — singer/guitarist Rick, singer/bassist Michael, and guitarist Tom — released their job in 1965, teaming with sister Patti and friend Travis Increased to create the psych-folk music group These Vizitors in the family’s hometown of Goshen, IN. After getting a devoted regional following as well as showing up on WGN Chicago’s wildly well-known children’s television plan The Bozo Present, the group agreed upon to Capitol, planing a trip to NEW YORK in 1967 to record with manufacturer Phil Ramone; the periods yielded five monitors in all, with industrial — “For Mary’s Sake” and “Content Guy” — showing up being a Capitol one in-may of 1968. By that point These Vizitors had been settled in Western world Palm Seaside, FL, showing up on local expenses to get the Jimi Hendrix Knowledge and Jefferson Aircraft; when the one proceeded to go nowhere, the group dissolved, although Rick and Michael continuing pursuing a profession in music. In 1972 the Curtises added original materials and vocals towards the Crazy Equine LP At Crooked Lake, that they parlayed into a choice cope with Polydor; there they befriended the attempting duo of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, and jointly the foursome trim a set of demos: “Blue Notice” and “Seven Group Boots.” As the previous was afterwards re-recorded in the self-titled 1975 Fleetwood Macintosh record that heralded Buckingham and Nicks’ addition to the group, the last mentioned was afterwards retooled by Crosby, Stills & Nash, getting their 1982 smash “Southern Combination.” In the interim, Tom rejoined his siblings, so that as the Curtis Brothers — a device also including drummer Thom Mooney — they trim an eponymous 1976 LP for Polydor. The record received little see, and 2 yrs later on the group finished a follow-up for International Performers — for factors unfamiliar, the label shelved the task, as well as the Curtis Brothers officially parted methods. Mike later on toured with latter-day lineups from the Byrds and Buffalo Springfield, furthermore providing for 12 years as an associate of vocalist/songwriter Hoyt Axton’s support band. Rick passed away unexpectedly after struggling a seizure in January 1995.