Doug and Eve Allyn Interview


Description
Part 1:
Transcription:
Creators:
Furtaw, Kirstine and Cadarette, Carole, Interviewer
Allyn, Doug
, Interviewee
Allyn, Eve
, Interviewee
Media Type:
Audio
Item Type:
Interviews
Description:
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.
Place of Publication:
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Date of Original:
Spring 2016
Playing Time:
1:55:12
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Allyn, Doug ; Allyn, Eve ; Stefan, Edgar ; Perkins, Ed ; McClay, Drew ; Deadman, Austin ; Deno, Skeets ; Dunstan, Bob ; Schmidt, Gil ; Ferguson, Tom ; Newman, Harvey ; Fast, Willard ; Niemi, Dick ; Woytaszek, Johnny ; Zdan, Al ; Smith, Elwood ; Rucinski, Jerry ; LaCross, Jim ; Barton, Calvin ; Haight, Teddy ; Rzad, Johnny ; Kapala, Teddy ; Gappa, Donny ; Foster, Billy ; Sylvester, Bob ; Kai-Shek, Chiang ; Hardy, Jim ; Hardy, Dave: Sabourin, Alan ; Dodds, Davey ; LaMarre, Bob ; Davis, Don ; Seiss, Norm ; Stump, Arnie ; Gamble, Dick ; Osgerby, Tory ; Foster, Bill ; Rigg, Bobby, Stephenson, Sam ; Stephenson, John ; Garahy, Mike ; Baldwin, Rick ; Orr, Dr. Myron David ; Kime, Bud ; McCray, Larry ; Deadman, Don ; Deadman, Carey ; Kirchoff brothers ; Schindler, Pete ; Saretsky, Saul, Ferguson, Tommy ; Newman, Harvey ; Hizelman, Al ; Zuck, Bobby
Corporate Name(s):
The Playboys ; Rick and the Rivieras ; The Counts ; Twin Acres ; Club 32 ; Jack's Bar ; Hideaway ; Thunder Bay Polka Jacks ; Rick and the Rivieras ; Taiwan ; The Ebonys, The Counts, The Idols, D.A. and the Witnesses ; Vietnam ; Maplewood Tavern ; Phelps Collins Air Force Base ; The Keg ; Daniel's Den ; The John Brown Trio ; Fordney Hotel ; Saginaw, Flint ; Devil's Triangle, The Triangle ; The Buick City Blues Band ; Alvin Ash Music Studio ; Skeets Aubrey Quintet ; Trianon Hall ; Air Force ; McClellan's Department Store
Collection:
Musicians of Northeast Michigan
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date:
2016
Copyright Holder:
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Contact
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
USA
(989)356-6188

Doug and Eve Allyn Interview
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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.