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Before we were The Mysts of Tyme we were The Assassins! We formed in the mid 60s and changed our
name to The Mysts of Tyme shortly thereafter.
News & Events
All But Forgotten Oldies
Featured Artist: Billy Joe Royal - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 22:30:00 -0700 Chart debut year: 1965 Best known songs include: Down In The Boondocks (1965); I Knew You When (1965); I've Got To Be Somebody (1965); Campfire Girls (1966); Heart's Desire (1966); Hush (1967); Cherry Hill Park (1969); Tulsa (1971); Under The Boardwalk (1978)
Allbutforgottenoldies.net Music News Digest: Week Of January 7, 2018 - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 08:34:55 -0700 During the week of January 7, 2018, fans bade a final farewell to Moody Blues co-founder Ray Thomas, who served as the band's flutist, and famed blues and soul singer Denise LaSalle, who had a Top 10 hit in 1971 with "Trapped By A Thing Called Love." Also that week, it was announced that Neil Diamond, The Meters, Queen, and Tina Turner are among those who will receive Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards for 2018. They will be honored at a ceremony and concert to take place sometime this summer.
Glasgow KY Musicians
The Mysts of Tyme — maybe the oldest living garage band! We formed in the mid sixties while we were in junior high school. We remember sock hops after the football game, Elvis, The Beatles, car songs, surfing songs, soul music, The Stones, The Rascals, The Monkees, The McCoys, Chuck Berry and more!
Look for our new CD (and look and look and look ). If you find one let us know! We've contemplated recording a CD for SONY records (in much the same way that you contemplate winning the lottery). So until then keep checking here and we'll let you know when we've saved up enough to get our CD made!
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"If you ever take to motor west Take my way That's the highway that's the best Get your kicks on Route 66"