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Michael Bates

For the sake of your other Tulsa readers, let me disambiguate Pitcocks. Bill Pitcock IV played in the Dwight Twilley Band. Bill Pitcock III was one of the anchormen on KOTV Channel 6 in the '70s. And Bill Pitcock II had the electrical shop at 1428 Evanston Ave. (The sign for Pitcock Electric is there, but painted over -- if you look carefully you can make out the letters.) Bill Pitcock III's brother was Robert Gregory Pitcock, aka Bob Gregory, a reporter for KTUL.

Twilley is performing in Tulsa on August 26th and 27th at the Venue, 18th and Boston. The poster advertises it as "A Filmed and Recorded Retrospective Event", "Free admission," "All the Hits", and "Special Guests". Details are on Dwight's website. http://www.dwighttwilley.com/site/47moons/window.shtml

emily xyz

Great site! Thank you so much!! It's hard to find info on Dwight Twilley & so great to find this. One thing, I hit the link for the 'Baby Let's Cruise' mp3 & it didn't work -- do you have any idea where one can get "Sincerely" tracks online? thanks again -- emily

Steve Kelty

Hi Emily, I've been following the music of Twilley and Seymour for many years and I can tell you if you are interested in "Baby Let's Cruise" it is well worth your money to get the 2on1 cd that has the very first and second albums "Sincerely" and "Twilley don't Mind". I'm sure you will be delighted!!! Steve

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