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tony speller

The Great Daryl Nathan... who remembers him?

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Hopefully EVERYONE!!! Man... I know most of us probably hated him at first, but you can't deny that his show was addicting. I watched it every day on GRTV.

Ok, anyway... guess who I found on myspace AND youtube???!!! :D

Daryl on youtube

Daryl on myspace

Did anyone ever make it out the year he played Festival?

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The Great Darryl Nathan! Thanks for unearthing the youtubes. We saw him at Festival, and watched his show regularly on GRTV. We were...quite entranced by his act.

Now, if only someone can dig up backshows of The Electric Church, I'd be in < snort > heaven!

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The Great Daryl Nathan! :D

That takes me back to high school!

That was A-Class public access entertainment. Everyone I knew in school loved this guy.

Im glad he's still alive and playing! He may just hit it big after being seen on Youtube.

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Im glad he's still alive and playing! He may just hit it big after being seen on Youtube.

he's deffinatly alive, but i'm not too sure he's playing. maybe if we can show him enough love on myspace or wherever, he'll get back on the air!

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Me too, I then would be able to watch some more music videos from Heavy Game. To bad they can't stream it over the net.

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No friggin' Way :rofl:

I remember seeing this dude on GRTV. He played a song called "Sweet Sweet Love" which must have lasted 45 minutes.

I was talking with my digital sound design intructor about Deryl last year. It turns out that my instructor sold him the keyboard.

As the story goes, Deryl was in bad need of a keyboard to play his ....um.... music. But the asking price was about 150 dollars. Well Deryl, being on a shoe string budget....and I mean shoe strings from a pair of worn out tinny runners, couldn't pay full price up front. My intructor felt sorry for the guy and said to him that if he could pay a bit at a time what ever he could afford until he paid the asking price off, he could have the keyboard. It took Deryl three years of a couple of bucks here and some pocket change there, along with collecting pop bottles and soda cans to pay the asking price to get the keyboard.

I could pass on his music but one has got to admire his will and determination.

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Gosh, how did I miss this important post!

I remember him on GRTV but never saw him live.

Is he still in the GR area?

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I heard he had moved away; not sure where he ended up.

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I heard he had moved away; not sure where he ended up.

The last thing I heard about the GDN is that he supposedly moved to Teledo, OH to create a CD.

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The last thing I heard about the GDN is that he supposedly moved to Teledo, OH to create a CD.

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I saw the Great Daryl Nathan live at "Skull Fest '98" at the Monroe Ampitheater. He opened up for Entropy, the best punk band EVER! No joke, it was quite a show. :)

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