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The Oviedo band at a Sunday school picnic at White's Wharf, located near Lake Jesup in Oviedo, Florida, in 1911. Some of the individuals appearing in the photograph are Cater Lawton, Karl Graff, Hugh White, bandmaster Stuman, John McCulley, McKnight,…

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The Rovin' Flames, taken between September and December of 1966. The Rovin' Flames were formed in Tampa in 1965 by Paul Battle (rhythm guitar and vocals), Jimmy "Mouse" Morris (lead guitar), J. R. Maietta (bass) and Jerry Goff (drums). They recorded…

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A newspaper article published in The Tampa Tribune on September 1, 1966, describing an interview with The Rovin' Flames. The article was written by Rose Marie Almas and Cherie Wallace. In the upper right corner is a photograph of the band standing on…

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The Rovin' Flames, sitting and laying on a couch in the summer of 1967. The names of the members are written at the bottom of the photograph. In the back row, from left to right, are J. R. Maietta and Johnny Rogers, and in the front row, from left to…

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The Rovin' Flames performing live in the bed of a truck in Downtown Tampa, Florida, at the Soap Box Derby Parade on July 13, 1968. The names of the members are written at the bottom. From left to right, they are listed as Jerry Nickerson, J. R.…

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The Rovin' Flames in the autumn of 1967. From left to right, the photograph features John DeLise, Johnny Rogers, Jimmy Morris, Eddie Taylor and J. R. Maietta.The Rovin' Flames were formed in Tampa in 1965 by Paul Battle (rhythm guitar and vocals),…

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A 45 RPM vinyl record single of the song, "How Many Times," recorded by The Rovin' Flames for Decca Records in September of 1967. The song was written by John DeLise and Uncapher, produced by John Brumage, and published by Nozark Music Publishing…

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A 45 RPM vinyl record single of the song, "Bo Diddley," recorded by The Rovin' Flames on Tampa Bay Records at H and H Productions in Tampa, Florida, in June of 1966. The record was produced by Phil Kempin and the song was written by Bo Diddley,…

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The Rovin' Flames at the Safety Village, U.S.A. theme park in Tampa, Florida, in 1966. Safety Village, U.S.A. was the City of Tampa's 1965 Christmas gift to the children of the city. Located at 7550 North Boulevard, it was a child-size town located…

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The Soul Trippers, originally called The Outsiders, sometime between 1966 and 1967. Photographed, from left to right, is bassist Ronnie Elliot, drummer Spencer Hinkle, lead guitarist Buddy Richardson, vocalist John DeLise, and rhythm guitarist Ronnie…

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A record cover for The Soul Trippers, originally called The Outsiders, sometime between 1966 and 1967. Photographed, from left to right, is rhythm guitarist Ronnie Vaskovsky, drummer Spencer Hinkle, lead guitarist Buddy Richardson, bassist Ronnie…

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The Outsiders, later called The Soul Trippers, sometime between 1964 and 1966. The Outsiders formed in Tampa, Florida, in 1964, consisting of Hardy Dial on vocals, Buddy Richardson and Ronnie Vaskovsky on guitar, Ronnie Elliot on bass guitar, and…

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Charles "Charlie" Brantley, a musician born in West Tampa, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Tampa, Florida, around the turn of the 20th century. Brantley began his music career in 1935, when he joined the Florida Collegians, a group of Tampa…

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The band, Boot, in a photograph was taken during a photo shoot for the group's 1972 self-titled record. Drummer Jim O'Brock is wearing a boot. Recorded at James Brown's Starday/King Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, the record was produced by the…

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The album cover for Boot's 1972 self-titled record. The album cover features a photograph of the four band members from the waist down, standing side by side. Drummer Jim O'Brock is wearing a boot. Recorded at James Brown's Starday/King Studio in…

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Koco, featuring, from left to right standing in the back row, David White, Terry Bollea, and Mark Keur. Robin Subicao and Anthony Barcelo sit on stools in front. Koco was the second of several bands that Terry Bollea, known commonly as the…

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Koco, featuring, from left to right, Brad Prince, David White, Stephen Griggs, and Mark Keur. Koco was the second of several bands that Terry Bollea (1953-), known commonly as the professional wrestler, Hulk Hogan, performed with during the early to…

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The Outlaws sometime between 2005 and 2006. From left to right, the photograph features guitarist Chris Anderson, drummer Monte Yoho, guitarist Hughie Thomasson, drummer David Dix, and bassist Randy Threet.Formed in Tampa, Florida, in 1967 by…

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The Outlaws sometime between 1972 and 1977, featuring, from left to right, drummer Monte Yoho, an unidentified member (possibly bassist Frank O'Keefe), guitarist Henry Paul, guitarist/keyboardist Billy Jones, and guitarist Hughie Thomasson. Formed in…

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Two of John Gellman's classic 1 black and white photographs of The Outlaws, taken in late 1974 in a field outside Athens, Georgia, while the band was in town for a week playing a club called Between The Hedges. The first photograph features all five…

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The Outlaws performing live at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, California, on October 10, 1975. From left to right, the photograph features Harvey Dalton Arnold playing bass, and Hughie Thomasson, Billy Jones, and Henry Paul playing…

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The Outlaws sometime between 1969 and 1972. This photograph features, from left to right, guitarist Hughie Thomasson and drummer Monte Yoho in the back, as well as bassist/guitarist Frank O'Keefe, guitarist Herbie Pino, and guitarist/keyboardist…

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Autographed 1 color photograph of The Outlaws performing live. The photograph features, from left to right, guitarist Hughie Thomasson, drummer Monte Yoho, and guitarist/keyboardist Billy Jones. Although the photograph was taken of a much earlier…

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The Outlaws, featuring the original five members in 1967. Formed in Tampa, Florida, in 1967 by guitarist and lead vocalist, Hugh "Hughie" Edward Thomasson, Jr., The Outlaws peaked in popularity in the mid-to-late 1970s, with hits such as "Green Grass…

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Logo for the band, Infinity's End. Infinity's End was the first of several bands that Bollea, popularly known as Hulk Hogan, performed with during the late 1960s and early 1970s in Tampa, Florida. Bollea was in ninth grade when he formed the group,…

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Infinity's End performing live in 1970. The first photograph features all five members on stage. A March of Dimes sign hangs behind one of the two sets of drums. Terry Gene Bollea stands on the far right of the photograph, playing guitar. The second…

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Color photograph of the band, Infinity's End, performing live in 1968 or 1969. The photograph features the bassist, lead vocalist and drummer. Infinity's End was the first of several bands that Bollea, popularly known as Hulk Hogan, performed with…

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Infinity's End performing live on December 30, 1969. The first photograph was taken from the stage and it features the bassist playing guitar and singing into a microphone. The second photograph is a close up of the drummer surrounded by audience…

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Infinity's End in 1969. The first photograph features Terry Gene Bollea in the center, and the second photograph shows Bollea on the bottom left.Infinity's End was the first of several bands that Bollea, popularly known as Hulk Hogan, performed with…

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The Tropics, a Tampa-based band, in 1965. The Tropics, also known as "The Bitchin' Red Band" when performing on the Pier in Cocoa Beach, were founded in 1964 in Tampa, Florida, consisting of Buddy Pendergrass on guitar and keyboard, Eric Turner on…

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The Tropics, a Tampa-based band, wearing ascots. In the back row from left to right is Eric Turner, Bobby Shea, and Buddy Pendergrass. In the front row from left to right is Mel Dryer and Charlie Souza.The Tropics, also known as "The Bitchin' Red…

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The Tropics, a Tampa-based band, wearing red and white costumes. From left to right is Bobby Shea, Mel Dryer, Buddy Pendergrass, Eric Turner, and Charlie Souza. The Tropics, also known as "The Bitchin' Red Band" when performing on the Pier in Cocoa…

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The Tropics, a Tampa-based band, wearing pinstripe suits. From left to right is Buddy Pendergrass, Mel Dryer, Charlie Souza, Bobby Shea, and Eric Turner. The Tropics, also known as "The Bitchin' Red Band" when performing on the Pier in Cocoa Beach,…

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Business card for the band, Buckwheat. The names of the band members appear at the top of the card, with "Buckwheat for live entertainment" printed in the center. The name Randy Stone and a phone number appear at the bottom. Known for their…

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Black and white photographs of Dwight Saunders performing on bass guitar with the band, Buckwheat. Known for their spontaneous blues-based jams and the pyrotechnics of their guitarist, Danny Richard, Buckwheat was a three-piece high energy rock band…

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Black and white photographs of Dwight Saunders performing on bass guitar with the band, Buckwheat. Known for their spontaneous blues-based jams and the pyrotechnics of their guitarist, Danny Richard, Buckwheat was a three-piece high energy rock band…

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Danny Richard and Dwight Saunders of the band, Buckwheat. Known for their spontaneous blues-based jams and the pyrotechnics of Richard, Buckwheat was a three-piece high energy rock band that performed in the Tampa Bay area from the late 1960s through…

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Black and white photographs of Danny Richard performing on electric guitar with the band, Buckwheat. Known for their spontaneous blues-based jams and the pyrotechnics of Richard, Buckwheat was a three-piece high energy rock band that performed in the…

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Black and white photographs of Danny Richard performing on electric guitar with the band, Buckwheat. Known for their spontaneous blues-based jams and the pyrotechnics of Richard, Buckwheat was a three-piece high energy rock band that performed in the…

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Richard Radloff performing on drums with the band, Buckwheat. Known for their spontaneous blues-based jams and the pyrotechnics of their guitarist, Danny Richard, Buckwheat was a three-piece high energy rock band that performed in the Tampa Bay area…

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A newspaper article published by The Oviedo Outlook on July 7, 1971. This article is the publication of an open letter by Oviedo High School band director, Richard A. Feinberg, asking for donations for the marching band. The article also outlines…

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The program President Lyndon B. Johnson's visit to Orlando, which took place on October 25 and 26, 1964. The program includes the schedule of arrival in Orlando and the program at Colonial Plaza. The program also lists various important Orlando and…

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