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The Parachute Club

Lorraine Segato (vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion) and Billy Bryans (drums, percussion) shaped the Parachute Golf club in 1977 with Margo Davidson (saxophone, percussion, vocals), Lauri Conger (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals), and bassist Steve Webster, all veterans of earlier rings. The group’s self-titled debut recording finally made an appearance in 1983, once they added percussionist Julie Masi and guitarist Dave Grey. Pursuing Webster’s departure, bassist Russ Boswell became a member of the music group for the tour behind the very first recording, and was consequently changed by Keir Brownstone for 1984’s At your toes of the Moon. Two even more studio albums adopted prior to the Parachute Golf club disbanded in 1989: Shifting Thru’ the Moonlight (1985) and Little Victories (1986). Lorraine Segato released a solo recording called Phoenix the entire year after the separation, and Wild Area: THE FUNDAMENTAL Parachute Golf club premiered in 1992.

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