Gary Horan

Profile Updated: September 6, 2011
Residing In: Orem, UT USA
Homepage or Facebook (if any): http://www.peaceandquietrocks.com
Current Occupation: Manufacturing
Bands You've Played With (list):

1976 - 1978 - Solo
1977 - 1981 - sound and lights for Peace & Quiet
1981 - present - Peace & Quiet
1980's 2-3 years - NightFlight

Instrument(s) you play (and/or vocals):

Guitar, drums, bass, little keyboard

Current Musical Equipment:

Gibson Les Paul, Les Paul Jr. and SG. Then a few acustics.
Marshall half stack

Your favorite band stories:

We played at an Airforce base in Idaho. As I played the plane radio brodcast came through my speakers all night off and on. That was fun.
My favorite, we did a Rockfest '83 at Lake Powel. We were the first of 8 bands. Noon - 110 in shade - huge stage. The first song was mine, 'Mainstreet Boogie'. I ride a 'B' on the guitar for a short while, then start singing, just me. As I walked to the mike, the guitar chord was too short, came unplugged. Looking profesional, I scooted the amp closer, plugged in, started the 'B' again and away we went.
One more, a High School dance, we did Journey songs. Jim started the piano to one song, Gabby was singing another, 'Don't stop believing'. We made it through without stopping, crowd had no idea.

Frat party in Park City; winter; private party. All night people were wondering where Sam was. I was doing the sound for P&Q and as the night was ending people would grab there coat, which they threw down as they entered, and left. I was sitting next to the pile and noticed legs. He had passed out before the dance and people threw the coats over him. Same night we lost our Sax/ bass player Duaine after the gig. )As of went with someone else drunk, didn't tell us.)

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Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 11:21 PM