Goshen, Indiana psych-folk music group These Vizitors was formed in 1965 from the Curtis siblings: performers/guitarists Rick and Tom, vocalist/bassist Michael and vocalist/tambourine participant Patti, with friend Travis Rose about drums. After generating a devoted regional following as well as showing up on WGN Chicago’s wildly well-known children’s television system The Bozo Display, the group authorized to Capitol, planing a trip to NEW YORK in 1967 to record with maker Phil Ramone; the classes yielded five songs in all, with industrial — “For Mary’s Sake” and “Content Guy” — showing up like a Capitol solitary in-may of 1968. By that point These Vizitors had been settled in Western Palm Seaside, Florida, showing up on local expenses to get the Jimi Hendrix Encounter and Jefferson Aircraft; when the solitary proceeded to go nowhere, the group dissolved, although Rick and Michael continuing pursuing a profession in music. In 1972, the Curtis brothers 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 battling 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, the Curtis Brothers — today comprising Rick, Michael and Tom — trim an eponymous 1976 LP for Polydor, 2 yrs afterwards completing a follow-up for International Artists that continues to be unreleased. Mike afterwards toured with latter-day lineups from the Byrds and Buffalo Springfield, furthermore portion for 12 years as an associate of vocalist/songwriter Hoyt Axton’s support music group. Rick Curtis passed away unexpectedly after struggling a seizure in January 1995.