"Wow!!!!!!! I left New Orleans 4 years ago after being born & raised there since 1952. I don't know why, but one of my most endearing memories is watching Morgus, and, of course, Chopsley. What a magical time to grow up in New Orleans! I even met Morgus and Chopsley in the 60's when I was, I guess, about 13 at St. Leos Church Bazaar on Paris Ave.
What a joy to see a web page! I checked now and then to see if there was anything out there, so what a nice surprise to see this."
About the picture:
Again, thanks & I will pass it on to other transplants I meet here in the New York area. Bye, Aldon Brink"
Again, thanks & I will pass it on to other transplants I meet here in the New York area.
Bye, Aldon Brink"
If you look closely just to the left of the guitar-wielding Morgusaroid, you can see ERIC in the background. Dr. Morgus says that for this performance, much of his laboratory was relocated from the Old City Ice House to the stage. After the show, the audience was invited to speak to and be photographed with the Dr. onstage. Where were ya, Aldon?!
Click here to see a poster advertising the Rivergate show. (90k jpeg)