Richard Bishop, ‘70
He talks about a piano composition he’s about to play
Bourbon Street Days
The heyday of Bourbon Street for ‘60s Lancers was probably about 2009 to 2014, when Charlie Hale had to retire. We’re consolidating the best Bourbon Street photos here, and you can correct mistakes and leave your comments.
 

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Charlie and his sister Trudy

 

labeled: Charlie and David Andersen. 

 

 

Charlie with Barb Smith Whitfield, ’67

 


labeled: Charlie with Avril Ford 

 

labeled: Cynthia Byerrum, Barb Smith Whitfield, Charlie and Carole Brozowski. 

 

Cynthia Byerrum

 

Kathy Delahanty

 

Charlie and Sandy Wagen

 

Charlie and Mary Citrano

 

Sandy Lehmer Razcka and Lou Machos

 

Labeled, Jeff Nix, Terry Messick Carlson, and Charlie and Vinny Tulumello. 

 

Jeff Nix and Charlie

 

Charlie’s wife Marisa, Charlie and Glenna Newkirk Spindelman, FUHS ’67

 

Charlie and Jim Arnold

 

Richard Wagen and Sandy Stinson

 

Charlie and his family, with Steve Noonan. 

 

Andy Wendland and his wife. 

 

Kathy Delahanty and Avril Ford dance. 

 

labeled: Sandy Stinson and Carole Brozowski. 

 

You’re lstening to “Big Boss Man”: Charlie Hale, lead vocal; with Al Valdez and Steve Omalev. 

https://youtu.be/anKpb7yWIOU

The Bourbon Street scene is alive and well, and Steve Noonan appears regularly.