here are some of the
highlights for another year for
"Terry & the Earwigs". (now known as Tyme Machine) 1998 was the year we started
playing more "new" top 40 and not just "Classic
Rock". You know the saying, " it doesn't have to be old
to be a classic", right?. 1998 was a fun year .....extra
thanks go out to special guests Natalie (backing vocals/percussion), Steve
(lead guitar), Randy (lead guitar), Mickey (drums), and Erin
(backing vocals/percussion). Basically we'll still be playing our favorite
old and new rock'n roll tunes, something for everyone. See you "live" in 1999...HAPPY
Terry does an unplugged local
Christmas dinner party. Erin sang backup vocals.
(Thanks Erin) Terry played everything (on acoustic guitar) from Beatles
to Mellancamp to Tom Petty and even some originals. Terry and Erin sang on
till the wee hours of the morning to an appreciative and energetic
group. The Christmas spirit was alive and well. Merry Christmas
Meadow Gardens Golf Club -
Christmas party in Pitt Meadows at the Meadow
Gardens Golf Club…Terry’s "Earwigs (now known as Tyme
Machine) still going through a
metamorphosis…Steve again on lead guitar & Mickey on drums from
the band "Shark Bites". Also Erin adding extra
backing vocals. Rob’s solid bass as usual helped our special
guests keep the groove. Check out the Photo Gallery (Archive 98)
page or click here --> PICTURE
- A hectic fun filled
Halloween night in Richmond. We shared the stage with 2 other great
bands. Some excellent costumes. Thanks to Steve on lead guitar, and Natalie on
backing vocals. A real rock'n good party. Lots of
dancing. We had a good time. Also thanks to Michael.
13th - Played outdoors
overlooking the mighty Fraser River at a private party. Good atmosphere,
good food, good people. It was great to rock and roll and watch the
sunset over the river at the same time. Ran into some familiar faces.
Thanks Sue & Dave.
30th, B.C.I.T - Played in Burnaby at B.C.I.T.
for some graduating techs. Congratulations guys and gals! Thanks for the
" free " dinner. Some good dancers materialized after the
dessert. (Or was it the wine?) Took a set to wear off our dinner, then
we really got rockin’. There was even some musicians in the crowd and
the evening didn’t end till after a 45 minute "Earwig" jam
session. Randy from the band "Blues Caboose" did the
lead guitar honors for the Earwigs. Our friend Natalie also helped out
on backing vocals.
18th - Had a fun time with a great crowd in Fort
Langley, Theme was "Leather & Lace". Unfortunately
none of the pictures that our photographer took turned out. If
anyone out there has some, send them to us and maybe we'll post them
here. We've played there about 5 times in the last 6 years.
It has a nice big stage and holds over 200 people. It's a real
cool old building that's a major land mark in historic Fort
Langley. Lots of movies are filmed there all the time. We've
played lots of gigs in and around Fort Langley over the years.
Thanks again to everyone who've supported us.