Gary White, and Jim Anderson ran the Mule Dog souvenir
stand during the concert On The Waterfront. They did a fine job and we
got a lot of laughs when I introduced Jim as "My good friend Paul
Shafer". He was wearing his little sun glasses and people were doing
a double take to see if it really was the famous late night bandleader.
Thanks to Gary and Jim for helping out at this event. Thanks also to Roger
Wylie former drummer of Wheezer lockinger who printed the T shirts and
hand towels at Heartland Screen.
Artwork by Thomas Leary. The Mule Dog and Mule Dog are
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Photo by Pielak
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by Mule Dog Records all rights reserved, unauthorized duplication violates
applicable laws. Mule Dog Magazine is a part of Mule Dog Records. *"BRISK";
we don't mean to suggest that sales were overwhelming or even moderately
heavy. By "BRISK" we mean that the merchandise was there and
it looked very sharp and crisp sitting on the table.
and Jim Anderson
Here's a great photo of the souvenir stand taken by road crew member
Chris Pielak. If you'd like to purchase any Mule Dog T shirts or
CDs you still can! Check out our promo page in this magazine by
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