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Welcome to my selection of YouTube clips, I hope you enjoy.


Electricity Jones with guest vocalist Joyce Scott


The T.T. Tucker Bum Rush Band


Written by T.T. Tucker, Paintings by William Moriarty, Edited by Jamie Wilson & Steve Cecil and Voices by Tom Rinaldi


Grand Junction – Live at the Lubber Run Amphitheater, Arlington, VA on July 15. song “One Day”


Grand Junction – Live at the Lubber Run Amphitheater, Arlington, VA on July 15. song “I’ll Be Gone”


Grand Junction – Live at the Lubber Run Amphitheater, Arlington, VA on July 15. song “Endless Circle”


Grand Junction playing “Done To Me” at the SoWeBo Festival, Baltimore, MD. song “Done To Me”


Grand Junction – song “Better Off With The Blues” at The SoWeBo Festival, Baltimore, MD

“Zippy the Pinhead”, “Zippy the Musical”, by “Bill Griffith”, “Lorraine Whittlesey”, I was in the stage band.

And here is a collection of O’Malley’s March YouTube clips.


Irish Festival, September 15, 2007, Canton Waterfront Park, Baltimore, MD


O’Malley’s March playing Yes Sister at The Avalon Theater in Easton, Maryland on November 21, 2009. Vocals & Acoustic Guitar: Governor Martin O’Malley.


O’Malley’s March playing at the Creative Alliance (Old Patterson Movie Theater) on March 17,2012 St.Patrick’s Day to a standing room only crowd….two days before he will play at the White House.


On Friday, June 19, 2009, after naming Prince Frederick Maryland’s Capital for a day, Governor Martin O’Malley and his entourage spent the day in Calvert County.


O’Malley’s March playing Good Riddance; Time of Your Life by Green Day at The Avalon Theater in Easton, Maryland on November 21, 2009. This was the closing number. Vocals & Acoustic Guitar: Governor Martin O’Malley.


Irish Melody St.Patrick’s Day March 17,2012 O’Malley’s March at the Creative Alliance at the Creative Alliance Entertainment Center in East Baltimore’


From the St. Patrick’s Day concert at the Creative Alliance


St. Patrick’s Day, Annapolis, MD

And here are a collection of Da Moronics songs which aired on WCVT, 89.7 FM, Towson State University on June 17, 1979.


Published on Jun 24, 2012
Da Moronics appeared on Rod Misey’s radio show (WCVT, 89.7 FM, Towson State University) on June 17, 1979, where they played “Cancer” and “Perry Mason USA,” which were recorded live at CBGBs in August 1978. Da Moronics were: Bill Moriarty (vocals), Tom DiVenti (guitar), Hoppy Hopkins (drums), Jamie Wilson (percussion), and Dave Brubaker (bass).


Published on Jun 10, 2012
Da Moronics perform “Neutron Bomb” and “Sub Shop.” From Rod Misey’s radio interview with the band on WCVT, Towson State University, June 17, 1979. Da Moronics were: Bill Moriarty (vocals), Tom DiVenti (guitar), Dave Brubaker (bass), Hoppy Hopkins (drums), Jamie Wilson (percussion). Chuck Freeman later replaced Brubaker on bass.

 

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