LASC Letter

Looks Back

LASC Letter looks back at the November issue of:


"Premiere Party" announced for November 20 at 7:30 p.m. at The Rudyard.

Debbie Tuggle Pendley phoned in to Metz Here on October 29 and discussed the LASC on the air.

As of November 1, 1986, the LASC had 39 members.

LASC amateur songwriters contest "in the works."


Dr. Paul Salmon spoke at the October 21 meeting on performance anxiety.

October showcase featured John Dowell, Lee Ewing, Deb Reinhardt and Raven Skelton.

Alan Rhody and Don Henry appeared at The Rud on October 9.


LASC, in harmony with the Louisville Workshop of NSAI, is bringing a little bit of Nashville to Louisville on November 19.

October showcase featured Rick Butsch, Deb Reinhardt Leonard, Will Perryman, and Phillip Lee Burkhead.

LASC membership passed 200; 2100 copies of the Letter mailed monthly.

Frank Trainor headlined at the "Future Legends Showcase" at the Legends lounge in the Hurstbourne Hotel. Other performers were Charlie Walls, Tom Flood, Wally Hill, Stephanie and Bill Riddle.


Seminar to be held on November 18th.

Jean Zimmerman, an independent producer/ publisher from Nashville, spoke to the membership on October 12.

Larry Easton took top honors in Scottsburg, Ind., radio station WMPI's Kentucky Fried Chicken songwriting contest.

Pen Bogert's picture appeared in The Courier-Journal from his performance at the Garvin Gate Blues Festival.