The Yellow Payges

The Yellow Payges  were an American rock band, led by singer Dan Hortter, who were formed in Los Angeles, California in 1966.  Although their commercial success was limited, they toured widely and recorded ten singles and an LP before splitting up in 1970.  (More from Wikipedia)
While the other members of the Sloths moved on after the band broke up, Mike Rummans stuck with it. As reported in the AARP The Magazine article: “His musical résumé is a kind of pocket history of American pop. There he is on bass in the bubblegummy Yellow Payges [I just ordered an album, finally, by this band], the glam-tastic Hollywood Stars, the neo-rockabilly Kingbees. His Beatle bangs blossomed into a magnificent ’70s shag, then retreated as the ’80s arrived. Often, his bands flirted with success — the Stars were hyped as the West Coast’s New York Dolls, and the Kingbees charted two singles.”  
(June 2017)
Last edited: March 22, 2021