[Dixielandjazz] Earthquake McGoons and Clancy Hayes

Dixiejazzdata dixiejazzdata at aol.com
Sat Dec 1 21:11:57 PST 2012

Turk was correct, unfortunately for him al his fans moved to Stockton, Sacramento, Fresno and other places eastward deserting the Big City,  He went broke anyway, and might have lasted longer if he had followed them.

He never seemed to get the handle on promoting to the tourists that came to San Francisco.  But he certainly was not the only one that could or would not do that.    Beach Blanket Babylon seems to have surpassed his staying power.
At least that's how I recall it.

Tom Wiggins

Of course, Turk always said that if he had to rely on Jazz fans to keep McGoons 
open, he’d go broke.  

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