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AADL Talks To: Peter Andrews

Peter Andrews, photo by Leni Sinclair
Peter Andrews, circa 1971. Photo by Leni Sinclair.

In this wide-ranging interview from 2010, Peter Andrews recalls his varied career producing and managing local and regional music talent — from managing the Scot Richard Case (SRC) band and bringing bands like The Who, Jimi Hendrix, and the Yardbirds to Ann Arbor’s Fifth Dimension club, to booking national acts for University of Michigan student groups. He also discusses his role in Ann Arbor’s legendary Blues and Jazz Festivals, producing the John Sinclair Freedom Rally at Crisler Arena in 1971, and bringing John Lennon and Yoko Ono to town.

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The Rationals Heading Out on the Road Photographer: Eck Stanger

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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1966
The Rocky Road Is What They Prefer: Live is just on rock 'n' roll after another for The Rationals, four talented teen-agers from Ann Arbor who find their recording, ""Respect,"" is listed in the magic top 10 tunes in Detroit and is catching on across the nation. National distribution has been under way for only a week. Having a moment of madness with their new van are (perched on top, left to right) Scott Morgan and Terry Trabandt and (below, left to right) Steve Correll, Hugh ""Jeep"" Holland, the group's manager, and Bill Figg.