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The Convertibles

Convertibles '80  (Brown University)

Popular at frat parties and local Providence establishment “The Living Room,” The Convertibles recorded these 4 original songs at the Brown University recording facility on reel-to-reel in June, 1981.

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Carmine "Harry" Morra and Scott "Woody" Woodworth were friends in Cranston, RI since elementary school. In middle school they both bought electric guitars. But junior year in high school Woody moved to California. When Woody returned "home" to Providence to attend Brown University, the old friends got back together. Happy that they both kept with the guitar, they started a band with Harry's local friend (townie!) Brian "Buzz" McGovern (drummer) and Woody's college buddy Doug Sovern (bass) and called themselves "The Video Babies". After two years of learning to be in a band, stupid arguments, guys quitting, flaky singers, guys rejoining, etc., they found themselves back together with a renewed focus and a new great lead vocalist, Jonathan Baltzer. They played at Brown frat parties and local Providence establishment "The Living Room." These 4 original songs were recorded at the Brown University recording facility on reel-to-reel.

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