(The real oldies are at the bottom)

Danny B swings it !!!
Swingin' with Danny B
Debbie Rigon cuts loose !!!
Hittin' the hi-notes with Debbie Rigon
Gail Ackroyd pickin' the Telly !!!
Pickin' with Gail Ackroyd
George Baumann kicks it off !!!
Kickin' back with George Baumann
George Olliver singin' with soul !!!
Diggin' the soul sounds with George Olliver
Gord Ward layin' it down !!!
Huggin' the bass with Gord Ward
James Anthony bringin' it home !!!
Barefootin' with James Anthony
Jack de Keyzer groovin' in style !!!
Groovin' with Jack de Keyzer
Jim Legere holdin' it down !!!
Low Ridin' with Jim Legere
Johnny Mack givin' it up !!!
Vocalizin' with Johnny Mack
Robbie and Ronnie doin' it right !!!
Doin' it right with Robbie Lane and Ronnie Russell
Suzanne Hyatt smilin' and stylin' !!!
Smilin' with Suzanne Hyatt


For all of you in the Toronto area: Do you recognize anyone in these pics?

Ronnie And The Corvairs - 1959 This early picture of the band was taken in 1959, just after a "living room rehearsal".

From left to right:

Ray Reeves
on Fender Esquire;
Greg Sawyer
piano player (holding a Harmony Archtop on his knee as we had no piano in the house!);
Ron Russell
with his brand new Harmony Archtop (with pickup attached);
Bill Morris
Bill Hall
steel guitar

Notice the Ampeg Rocket (left) and National amplifiers (right).

Fred's Lunch - Feb 1961
This restaurant picture was taken at "Fred's Lunch" on Weston Road, Mount Dennis, Ontario, in February 1961. Ron Russell took the picture of Bill Morris, Linda Massey, Kathy (somebody), Marion Butler and Bill Feddery. (From left to right)

On stage at George Harvey Secondary School - 1962 This picture was taken after an assembly at George Harvey Secondary School. From left to right:

Front Row:
Ron Russell
Rich Baker
Gord Pearcey
Penti Pera
Walter Relic

Back Row:
Chris Colebrooke
Keith Broughton
Russell Mantle
Wayne Browning
John Thomas

Pictured here are Ron Russell (right) and (the late) Wayne MacKenzie (left).

This 'promo shot' was taken in 1972 - around the time that they were playing a steady gig at the infamous Rondun Tavern. The song 'Misty' was recorded live there (See the Recordings page).

In addition to Ron Russell (guitar, vocals) and Wayne MacKenzie (on the Hammond A100), Joe Larmond filled out the trio on drums.