The Preschoolers live – November 5th 1994

The Preschoolers - late 1994; (l-r) Eddie Macintosh, Luke Mysko, Dave Willemain, Lee Versoza, Scott Gilmore, and Chris Teret (photo by unknown; courtesy of Sarah Kershaw)

The Preschoolers – late 1994; (l-r) Eddie Macintosh, Luke Mysko, Dave Willemain, Lee Versoza, Scott Gilmore, and Chris Teret (photo by unknown; courtesy of Sarah Kershaw)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCDqQQ0kaaY (note: change quality setting to 480p to get the best view of this clip) 
 
It doesn’t get much wilder than this – a live Preschoolers video taken at the height of their popularity: here the group performs at a concert held at The Church Of The Redeemer in Baltimore’s affluent Lake Evesham neighborhood.
 
Personell here includes Lee Versoza on bass, Eddie Macintosh on saxophone, Chris Teret on guitar, Steph R. on violin, Luke Mysko on baritone horn, and (unseen in this clip) Melissa Fatto as back-up vocalist/dancer. You’ll also see trombonist Dave Willemain hoppin around in a dress giving a shout out to vegan donuts, Bob Phair shreddin on the trumpet (and keys), back-up vocalist/dancer Mike Apichella skanking/spazzing away dressed like a Beatle, Alan Itkin videotaping it all, an early performance by drummer Jon Woodstock, and hundreds of suburban kids screaming “off the pigs!!! off the pigs!!!”….this was Towson-Glen Arm at the peak of its power. (major thanks to Bob Phair for the digital transfer of this crucial video)
flyer art & design by Lee Versoza

flyer art & design by Lee Versoza

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