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On Strike

Added by Michael R. Reilly, July 3, 2016

Updated 07/03/2016

Tim Theys - July 1 at 6:17pm. During the early to mid seventies there was a band that my buddy Dan Jahnke's older brother Jimmy played bass in. At first it was known as "On Strike" Jim Daigy was the drummer, Alan Aulik on key boards (could play anything), Rob Hearnamen guitar, vocals and at first Jim Martin played lead. Lots of Alice Cooper ...Then minus Martin they played St. Mary's, T.J.,Kawanis to mention a few then they took on Jim Wiesling on lead on changed the name to Boat'n Landing. I then moved away and don't know after that

Mark Hartman - I had Jim an' Jim an the others play for a birthday party on Washington Island one time. that was a wild experience getting the step van and all the band and all the girl friends and others who came along loaded on the ferry boat for a weekend on the island. July 1 at 8:00pm

Lisa Rosenbecker Greco - They became Tryst at some point. I used to go see them all the time in the late 70's early 80's. And Debbie was the lead singer . She married Jim Daigy. All good friends of my sister Marlene and her hubby Jim held. July 1 at 11:19pm

Tim Theys - I was a neighbor sorta of your family. I lived on briarwood and I knew Tyler. And Marlene kinda too. Now that you mention it I do recall Danny telling me about Debbie, Thanks

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