Ian Pike 2 p.m., Dec. 7
Thee Dark Ages
RIYL: Glory, Jerry Raney and the Shames
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Influences: Chocolate Watchband, the Elders, the Voxmen, the Drones, the Magic Mushroom.
Thee Dark Ages was a '60s/'70s band started by former members of the Jesters, including future Beat Farmer guitarist Jerry Raney and guitarist/bassist Jerry Butler. They reportedly played a lot of British music, as well as the complete Forever Changes album by Arthur Lee and Love.
Future rock critic Lester Bangs would sometimes sit in with the band.