Since: May 07

Stockbridge Mass

#41 Jul 22, 2009
jokkiburd wrote:
<quoted text>
Just found out That couteous drivers were Harry and Joel,
Nope, at least not back then.It was a band formed by a guy named Billy Morris
jim d

United States

#42 Aug 6, 2009
I worked as a crowd control engineer at the SGI in '73 and '74 between semesters at WV Wesleyan. I remember the Lynch Boys well and the SGI was a blast. Used to hang out with them, play some basketball. Sunday afternoons with the Lynch Boys at SGI was the best.
etq2000

New York, NY

#43 Aug 6, 2009
Does anyone know how I can download, copy, steal, beg or borrow a copy of "I don't wanna' go home?"

It seems to be rarer than the Hope diamond!

Since: May 07

Stockbridge Mass

#44 Aug 6, 2009
etq2000 wrote:
Does anyone know how I can download, copy, steal, beg or borrow a copy of "I don't wanna' go home?"
It seems to be rarer than the Hope diamond!
Go to the Asbury Jukes web site!
Hermie

Edison, NJ

#45 Aug 6, 2009
Does anyone know how I can download, copy, steal, beg or borrow a copy of "I don't wanna' go home?"
It seems to be rarer than the Hope diamond!
My friends Mom says she has a cassette with that song and a bunch of others, she says its very rare but she would be willing to part with it for a price, she wants to know what its worth to you, she gave it to me to burn it on to a CD but its hard to hear, alot of static and feed back from the band, alot of people talking as if the mic was in front of them, you can kinda hear the songs but I cant ell what they are singing/playing, at one point a fan (I think) gets on the mic and starts screaming something stupid and then the band starts playing some Irish song and the last 10 minutes of the tape sounds like someone laughing hysterically out of control, do you want to buy this collectible cd?
etq2000

New York, NY

#46 Aug 7, 2009
Dear Hermie:

After your very honest and detailed description of the recording, no I really don't want to buy it. Thanks for the offer.

Since: May 07

Stockbridge Mass

#47 Aug 7, 2009
Hermie wrote:
Does anyone know how I can download, copy, steal, beg or borrow a copy of "I don't wanna' go home?"
It seems to be rarer than the Hope diamond!
My friends Mom says she has a cassette with that song and a bunch of others, she says its very rare but she would be willing to part with it for a price, she wants to know what its worth to you, she gave it to me to burn it on to a CD but its hard to hear, alot of static and feed back from the band, alot of people talking as if the mic was in front of them, you can kinda hear the songs but I cant ell what they are singing/playing, at one point a fan (I think) gets on the mic and starts screaming something stupid and then the band starts playing some Irish song and the last 10 minutes of the tape sounds like someone laughing hysterically out of control, do you want to buy this collectible cd?
ahhh, nope.LOL
Hermie

Edison, NJ

#48 Aug 7, 2009
Giantone wrote:
<quoted text>
ahhh, nope.LOL
thats cool man but I just wish you guys had said you werent interested before I started burning all these copies, I never hear of this band but everyone said they would buy the cd and now everyone says they dont like them/the cd.

Since: May 07

Stockbridge Mass

#49 Aug 8, 2009
Hermie wrote:
<quoted text>thats cool man but I just wish you guys had said you werent interested before I started burning all these copies, I never hear of this band but everyone said they would buy the cd and now everyone says they dont like them/the cd.
Actualy I did, I wasn't a bennie(weekend drunk) I lived down the "Jersey shore" and the locals really didn't go there.We knew the Police were waiting outside .......nightly.

“topsee”

Since: Aug 09

Belmar

#50 Aug 9, 2009
Hermie wrote:
Does anyone know how I can download, copy, steal, beg or borrow a copy of "I don't wanna' go home?"
It seems to be rarer than the Hope diamond!
My friends Mom says she has a cassette with that song and a bunch of others, she says its very rare but she would be willing to part with it for a price, she wants to know what its worth to you, she gave it to me to burn it on to a CD but its hard to hear, alot of static and feed back from the band, alot of people talking as if the mic was in front of them, you can kinda hear the songs but I cant ell what they are singing/playing, at one point a fan (I think) gets on the mic and starts screaming something stupid and then the band starts playing some Irish song and the last 10 minutes of the tape sounds like someone laughing hysterically out of control, do you want to buy this collectible cd?
I might be interested in that Hermie, can you make out any of the songs? I was a regular there since it first opened, Im no Bennie either, I always lived in Belmar(still do)and could always catch a ride down there and back no problem, I love the shore and have always worked the boards as a cook, its been a great life, no complaints in my 61 years on this planet,cant tell you how many nights I closed The sea Girt Inn, we were all singing and shouting at the end of the night, probably whats on that tape, how much is it? whats your friends Moms name? hehe
Hermie

Edison, NJ

#51 Aug 11, 2009
Topsee wrote:
<quoted text>
I might be interested in that Hermie, can you make out any of the songs? I was a regular there since it first opened, Im no Bennie either, I always lived in Belmar(still do)and could always catch a ride down there and back no problem, I love the shore and have always worked the boards as a cook, its been a great life, no complaints in my 61 years on this planet,cant tell you how many nights I closed The sea Girt Inn, we were all singing and shouting at the end of the night, probably whats on that tape, how much is it? whats your friends Moms name? hehe
The cost would be $19.95 and that includes shipping,I found some pictures of the sea girt inn and I burned a pic on the disc and I also made a cover showing a nice wide shot of the sea girt inn and then I put R.I.P. over the picture,it looks pretty cool, where are you located? it says Belmar but under it it says Howell? I live in Howell, if you like we could meet somewhere and you can save on the shipping cost.
Retarded Guy

Hicksville, NY

#52 Aug 17, 2009
Duh...ug....I forgot what I was gonna say...arg.
Andy

Germantown, WI

#53 Aug 21, 2009
Why is there no mention of Jimmy and Bobby Byrnes......and DAD.....they WERE the best.....spent two weeks there every year from Ft Dix Army Reserves.....they didn't wanna go home either.....neither did I.....late 60's through early 70's.....must have been before the Lynch Bros.....so...I ask.....where can I buy the BYRNES brothers singing don't wanna go home, Alabama Jubilee.....etc....?????

Since: May 07

Stockbridge Mass

#54 Aug 22, 2009
Andy wrote:
Why is there no mention of Jimmy and Bobby Byrnes......and DAD.....they WERE the best.....spent two weeks there every year from Ft Dix Army Reserves.....they didn't wanna go home either.....neither did I.....late 60's through early 70's.....must have been before the Lynch Bros.....so...I ask.....where can I buy the BYRNES brothers singing don't wanna go home, Alabama Jubilee.....etc....?????
What a min, you spent ...2 weeks,every summer for what 5 or 6 years and never saw the Lynch boys,not possible.

“topsee”

Since: Aug 09

Belmar

#55 Aug 22, 2009
Andy wrote:
Why is there no mention of Jimmy and Bobby Byrnes......and DAD.....they WERE the best.....spent two weeks there every year from Ft Dix Army Reserves.....they didn't wanna go home either.....neither did I.....late 60's through early 70's.....must have been before the Lynch Bros.....so...I ask.....where can I buy the BYRNES brothers singing don't wanna go home, Alabama Jubilee.....etc....?????
Andy,
if you look a few posts back a kid named Hermie has a DVD recording of it, sounds like he put together a nice little package, Lynch boys were around the same time, very good act, surprised you dont remember them.

“topsee”

Since: Aug 09

Belmar

#56 Aug 22, 2009
Hermie wrote:
<quoted text>
The cost would be $19.95 and that includes shipping,I found some pictures of the sea girt inn and I burned a pic on the disc and I also made a cover showing a nice wide shot of the sea girt inn and then I put R.I.P. over the picture,it looks pretty cool, where are you located? it says Belmar but under it it says Howell? I live in Howell, if you like we could meet somewhere and you can save on the shipping cost.
Hi Hermie,
sorry it took so long to respond, I live in Belmar but my brother lives in howell at the moon motel, I dont own a computer yet but I use his(Call me an old bohemian) I bicycle back and forth no problem so I can meet you anywhere. do you have a phone number I can reach you at? Cant wait to hear that cd(stir up some old memories/feelings). Look down a few posts a guy named Andy is also looking to buy a cd from you I think
Cindy

Myerstown, PA

#57 Aug 23, 2009
I would LOVE to see those pictures. I remember going to Sea Girt Inn on most Sunday afternoons w/the Lynch Boys, singin..dancin and drinkin, and Hunter Mountain too!! Loved those good ole days - how true "I don't wanna go home, I'm having too much fun!!
Mark - On The Beach NJ wrote:
I have some pics of the Lynch Boys at the "Inn" taken back in the late 1970's and am considering starting a tribute page to the band. Is any body interested in contributing stories, pictures, and most important recording of the band. I always talked about taping them one night but regretfully, I never did. Fortunately, I can still here most of those songs.
Karen

Pearl River, NY

#58 Sep 2, 2009
Mark - On The Beach NJ wrote:
The Lynch Boys consisted of Jimmy Lynch (vocals and rhythm guitar), John Parisio (vocals and lead guitar), and Rich Alcock (vocals and bass). After their tenure at Jimmy Byrnes in Sea Girt they added a drummer, Harry Schumacher.
The Lynch Boys may have very well been the most popular cover band on the Jersey Shore in the mid-late 70s, playing 4 nights (Fri, Satn, Mon, Tue) and Sunday afternoons at the Sea Girt Inn and drawing over 3000 people per night on the weekend.
Jimmy Lynch's ability to control a crowd, combined with Rich Alockc's high vocals, and John Parisio's superb guitar skills created a most versatile and FUN club band capable of covering everything from the Beach Boys to the Beatles and every one-hit wonder of the 60s and 70s. Their version of Ruby and the Romantics "Young and in Love" became known as the "love theme' of the Sea Girt Inn with requests to play the song as many as 3 times on any given night.
Richie passed away, sadly, from lung cancer a few years ago. I always wanted him to stop smoking. John went back to play guitar with Alive and Kicking ("Tighter and Tighter"), and Jimmy still lives in the metro area. He showed u on June night last summer at The Patio Bar in Point Pleasant to visit his old friend Billy Lawlor whose band was playing that evening. I know that Bill has tried to get him back down for another visit and it would be great to see him and share old stories.
I have some pics of the Lynch Boys at the "Inn" taken back in the late 1970's and am considering starting a tribute page to the band. Is any body interested in contributing stories, pictures, and most important recording of the band. I always talked about taping them one night but regretfully, I never did. Fortunately, I can still here most of those songs.
The Lynch Boys were a huge part of my life. Spent every weekend listening to them with my friend, Elaine, at the Sea Girt Inn. In fact, Finn Tracy, the bartender at the stage, used to save two barstools for us each night. We were friends with the Boys and used to see them at other venues, at a bar in Bergenfield and at the Bayonne street fair each year. I knew about Richie's passing but I'm glad for the update on Jimmy and Johnny. It's too bad there's not a good recording of them around. One of our favorites was "Thank You For Being a Friend." As I said, they were a huge part of my life, but the most important day was when they played at my wedding on April 17, 1988 at Martells in Pt. Pleasant. Long live the great memories of The Lynch Boys!
Retarded Guy

Hicksville, NY

#59 Oct 8, 2009
Duh
smitty in gator country

Gainesville, FL

#61 Dec 16, 2009
I worked at the hotels in Spring Lake after high school in 1960 and in 1961. A few of us came up from Gainesville, Florida. Joe Crine's never carded anybody, so we would walk there from the Essex/Sussex several nights a week. Sometimes we would go to the Osprey, where there was a ship's wheel behind the bar. It was an older crowd, so we much preferred Crine's. There was a small park across the street from Crine's where a 16 year-old girl and I had a memorable evening... a first for both of us. Hey, it was a long time ago.

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