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Re: Dropping Like Flies
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Re: Dropping Like Flies
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Re: Dropping Like Flies
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Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8001 on: July 19, 2021, 12:25:14 pm »
Robert Steinhardt, Kansas frontman and violinist, dies at 71
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Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8002 on: July 19, 2021, 12:42:27 pm »
He was also in Cinderella at one point…

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Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8003 on: July 19, 2021, 12:51:20 pm »
Robert Steinhardt, Kansas frontman and violinist, dies at 71

Oh man! This brings back memories of their show at DAR on their Power tour. I won tickets from a local AOR station, and my seats were on the stage. We had backstage passes, and were given Power flashlights and a cue to be part of the light show. The internet claims that Night Ranger opened the show, but I have no recollection of that.

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Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8004 on: July 19, 2021, 01:30:48 pm »
Robert Steinhardt, Kansas frontman and violinist, dies at 71

I'm no Kansas historian, but I did look this up. He was the violinist from 1976-1982, then again from 1997-2006.

Steve Walsh was the lead singer from 1967-2014, when he retired and was replaced by some other dude.

No disrespect meant to the dead guy, but I'd argue Steve Walsh was the frontman,

Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8005 on: July 19, 2021, 01:34:17 pm »
Robert Steinhardt, Kansas frontman and violinist, dies at 71

I'm no Kansas historian, but I did look this up. He was the violinist from 1976-1982, then again from 1997-2006.

Steve Walsh was the lead singer from 1967-2014, when he retired and was replaced by some other dude.

No disrespect meant to the dead guy, but I'd argue Steve Walsh was the frontman,
His lead vocals provided a contrast to the high tenor of singer Steve Walsh. The two often sang in harmony, with Steinhardt taking the lower voice
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Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8006 on: July 19, 2021, 01:35:29 pm »
Robert Steinhardt, Kansas frontman and violinist, dies at 71

I'm no Kansas historian, but I did look this up. He was the violinist from 1976-1982, then again from 1997-2006.

Steve Walsh was the lead singer from 1967-2014, when he retired and was replaced by some other dude.

No disrespect meant to the dead guy, but I'd argue Steve Walsh was the frontman,
His lead vocals provided a contrast to the high tenor of singer Steve Walsh. The two often sang in harmony, with Steinhardt taking the lower voice
Yes, I, too, can copy and paste Wikipedia.
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Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8007 on: July 19, 2021, 01:38:05 pm »
Robert Steinhardt, Kansas frontman and violinist, dies at 71

I'm no Kansas historian, but I did look this up. He was the violinist from 1976-1982, then again from 1997-2006.

Steve Walsh was the lead singer from 1967-2014, when he retired and was replaced by some other dude.

No disrespect meant to the dead guy, but I'd argue Steve Walsh was the frontman,
His lead vocals provided a contrast to the high tenor of singer Steve Walsh. The two often sang in harmony, with Steinhardt taking the lower voice
Yes, I, too, can copy and paste Wikipedia.
but I did it first and honestly, this was new info to me
next time I'll be sure to change some of the words so it doesn't come up on your 'catch a plagiarist' software
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Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8008 on: July 19, 2021, 02:03:35 pm »
Robert Steinhardt, Kansas frontman and violinist, dies at 71

I'm no Kansas historian, but I did look this up. He was the violinist from 1976-1982, then again from 1997-2006.

Steve Walsh was the lead singer from 1967-2014, when he retired and was replaced by some other dude.

No disrespect meant to the dead guy, but I'd argue Steve Walsh was the frontman,
His lead vocals provided a contrast to the high tenor of singer Steve Walsh. The two often sang in harmony, with Steinhardt taking the lower voice

Correction, Walsh was the singer starting in 1976, not 1967. Did they play a holograph of Stenhardt during the 23 years Walsh was singing and Steinhardt was MIA?

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Re: Dropping Like Flies
« Reply #8009 on: July 19, 2021, 02:39:06 pm »
I'm really beginning to think the board needs a Kansas historian.