THE QUE “BEATBOYS” CD

Band Members

DAVID LEAR (Vocals, Bass, Keyboards)

LAZY BRAD LEWIS  (Lead Guitar)

BILL MANLEY (Guitar, Keyboards)

MARK STERN (Drums)

Guest Musicians

MARK BOSCH (Lead Guitar)

KEROAC (Sax)

JIM HAMMERS (Drums)

LOUIE BOYLESTON (Acoustic Guitar)

PAT MCDERMOTT (Lead Guitar)

Rest in Peace

Louie Boyleston

 

Louie Boyleston Jr. 

(Rock Guitar Player)

Born 9/20/49 Died 2/26/04

 

Circa 1967: Played in with The Dickens (Pensacola FL)

 

Circa 1979: Louie works the music biz  for Chrysalis Records in LA office.

 

Circa 1981: Records with The Que

(Los Angeles CA)

Louie played Acoustic on three songs “Run”, Room To Talk” & “Twang”.

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THE DICKENS

LOUIE BOYLESTON ROCKS!

 

The Dickens performing at the National Guard Armory, 1967. From left are Jimmy Smith (bass), Louie Boyleston (lead guitar), Ron Bowman (vocals), Richard Pierce ( keyboard) and Skip Higgins (drums). 

 

To the right is a poster from The Electric Experience including The Dickens on the bill.

 

On the left is The Que “Beatboys” CD. Louie played/recorded acoustic guitar on two David Lear penned tracks “Run” & “Room To Talk” working closely with producer Bob Wolstein (Gingerbread Studios) to assist the development of The Que sound. Also playing along on tracks is lead guitarist Pat McDermott who later dated Olivia Newton John and became somewhat of a mystery after he went missing creating a media stir.

Please email pics, mp3s, history to add to this special Louie Boyleston music tribute page.

rockabillynation@lycos.com

 

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LOUIE BOYLESTON TRIBUTE

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