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Flying Wedge was a regular at St. Lawrence Valley music venues such as The Wild Oat in Potsdam.
Flying Wedge was a regular at St. Lawrence Valley music venues such as The Wild Oat in Potsdam.

From the Vault: Flying Wedge Live, 1981

In these live recordings done in part by Brian Zolner at The Proteus 9 Studio in Canton and Josh Sacco at the Hut in Colton and SLU's ATO fraternity, host Felicia Otero talks with and listens to the band, Flying Wedge, including five original tunes.

Band members:
Vince Nerlino - composer, lead vocals, keyboards
Pat Brown - drums
Geoffrey Titman - guitar, vocals
Fred Serfis - lead guitar, vocals
Scott Brown - bass, vocals
Brian Zolner - saxophone, soundboards  Go to full article

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