Dryw Keltz 2 p.m., Jan. 23
Syndicate of Soul
Frank Hailey: Drums | David Fobes: Saxophone | Mojo Nixon: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric), Vocals | Skid Roper: Bass guitar, Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric) | Mitchell Cornish: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric), Vocals | Don Strandberg: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric) | Tom Marotti: Trumpet
Genre: Blues & Soul
RIYL: Skid Roper, Big M.R. and the All Bitchin’ All Stud All Stars, Mojo Nixon, Country Dick & the Snuggle Bunnies, The Syndicate of Soul, The Shadowcasters, Thee Midnighters, Big Time Operator, The Splinters, Mister Blooze, The Scavengers, Jose Sinatra and the Troy Dante Inferno
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Syndicate of Soul was a 1980s musical revue featuring Richard Banke aka Skid Roper (Country Dick & the Snuggle Bunnies) and his frequent co-conspirator Mojo Nixon, along with Frank Hailey (the Sidewinders, DFX2), Don Strandberg, Tom Marotti, David Fobes, Mitchell Cornish, and various others during its short run. They played at area venues like the Spirit Club and Bodie's.
The Mojo Nixon/Skid Roper song "Bodie's Parking Lot" opens with the line "The Syndicate of Soul is playing, at the Free Frank frenzy." Drummer Frank Hailey moved to Arizona with his wife in the 1990s: he passed away in early 2018.