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Au Go Go Singers
United States

Years: 1964 - 1965
Styles: Folk Rock


Kathy King - Vocals
Jean Gurney - Vocals
Rick Geiger - Banjo, Guitar, Vocals
Bob Harmelink - Vocals
Roy Michaels - Banjo, Guitar
Mike Scott - Bass Guitar, Vocals
Nels Gustafson - Vocals
Richie Furay - Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1964 - 1965)
Stephen Stills - Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1964 - 1965)

Biography Picture

    The Cafe au Go Go was a Greenwich Village night club located in the basement of 152 Bleecker Street. The club featured many well known musical groups, folksingers and comedy acts between the opening in February 1964 until closing in October 1969. The club was originally owned by Howard Solomon who sold it in June 1969 to Moses Baruch. Baruch closed the club in October 1969. Howard Solomon became the manager of singer Fred Neil.

   In 1964, Solomon brought in a large group of singers and musicians from an off-Broadway show and christened them the Au Go Go Singers, to rival the Bitter End Singers across the street at The Bitter End Cafe. Solomon managed the group until their breakup in late 1965.

     The Au Go Go Singers included Kathy King (who later toured with Bobby Vinton and appeared in the Broadway show, Oh Calcutta and currently works as Kathrin King Segal), Jean Gurney, Michael Scott (who later performed with the Highwaymen and the Serendipity Singers), Rick (Frederic) Geiger (who eventually was accepted into a light opera company in California), Roy Michaels (who later performed with Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys and toured with Jimi Hendrix), Nels Gustafson, Bob Harmelink, and soloists Stephen Stills and Richie Furay. (Gustafson and Harmelink had been in an earlier trio with Furay, but quit show business after the demise of the Au Go Go Singers.)



They Call Us Au Go-Go Singers (1964)

Singles & EPs

San Francisco Bay Blues (Feb 26, 1965)

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