Doug and Eve Allyn Interview
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Posted by dan demijohn, 5 January 2018 at 12:15

What an interesting interview. Much more to Doug and Eve then just the bar band I saw countless times. In late 69 my friend Joe had just gotten out of Nam and He and I went at least a couple of times a week to the Keg in Saginaw to see DA and the Witnesses. Well to be honest we went to see Eve and listen to the Band. She would be front and center in knee high boots and an all white outfit. We thought she was the most beautiful thing since Marilyn Monroe. Plus it didn't hurt they sounded great for a three piece band. Still remember Doug at 2 am with his "Last call for Alcohol". thanks for some great memories

Posted by Kay, 25 January 2018 at 13:02

The place to be was The Keg on the Dixie in Saginaw. D. A. and The Witnesses was a terrific band. Eve was talented and gorgeous, and we all wanted to look and sound like her. Doug was mesmerizing. Their three-person band put out some great music. They were well-liked and very successful, and they played at The Keg for about a year, I believe. I seem to remember their closing song was Neil Diamond’s ‘Red, Red Wine.’ Those were the days...

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Doug and Eve Allyn Interview

Husband and wife, Doug and Eve Allyn, worked professionally in rock and roll bands for over 35 years. Both natives of Northeast Michigan, the Allyns talk about their formative years in the Alpena area and their experiences working as musicians in Taiwan while Doug was stationed during the Vietnam War. Eventually, the Allyns settled in the Saginaw/Flint area and performed in that local music scene for the rest of their music career. Doug and Eve played in The Counts, D.A. and the Witnesses and Devil's Triangle which later became The Triangle. In retirement from his music career, Doug Allyn has become a prominent mystery writer winning many national awards for his short stories including two Edgar Awards.