I grabbed these off FaceBook where they were posted by Scott Beadle who writes "The cartoon flyer is drawn by Bob Montgomery, the middle brother of Vancouver punk rock drummer legends Chuck Biscuits (DOA, Black Flag, Danzig) and Dimwit (Subhumans, Pointed Sticks, Four Horsemen). Besides cartooning, Bob served as roadie for all of these bands, and more, during his career. I also have several crappy colour snapshots of YMG from this show." I don't think they're crappy at all :) I'm jealous as I never got to see these guys.
UPDATE: according to @bourgwick on Twitter the date is "june 29, 1991. end of mcnew's first proper round of touring with YLT." & according to my friend Sean Howe (Author of MARVEL COMICS: THE UNTOLD STORY) "It's called "Swing for Life"; it first appeared on a 1991 EP."
The Streams will play our first show in about 20 years at Cafe Nine in New Haven, CT this Saturday night, performing our recently released, 14-song Civil War themed CD "Today I Died" (Recorded at the original Studio Red in Philadelphia by Adam Lasus).
The Streams are David Brooks - Songwriter, singer and guitarist (Dave was also in Twee-Pop faves The Lean-To's), Bill Beckett on Lead Guitar (Enokizu 78), Baby Huey frontman and original Miracle Legion member Jeff Weiderschall on Drums, and me, Spike Priggen on bass and back-up vocals.
Although the songs are Civil War themed, the music is not. The influences run the gamut from Prefab Sprout and The Verlaines to Led Zeppelin (in fact Dave composed all the songs in an obscure open tuning he copped from Jimmy Page.) You can listen to a few songs below.
This Saturday Night @ Cafe Nine, 250 State Street, New Haven, CT 06511