Friday, October 28, 2011


The Interludes instrumental-vocal group from Columbus,Ohio formed by Ray LaMaccia,Tommy Thompson,Al Evans,Ron Carlson and Dick McClure.

Did they ever record? What did they sound like?.


John LaMacchia said...

The guy on the far left, Ray LaMacchia, is my father!
I'm John, one of three of his sons. I currently live in Knoxville, TN.

Tawni said...

Second from the left is my father, Tommy Thompson. I'm not sure if they ever recorded.

Robert Evans said...

Al Evans was my grandfather! My name is Robert. I'm his youngest daughter's Son. I too am having trouble finding the history on the band. My grandmother tells me story's about the gigs they would play and they were HUGE in the mid west. From Columbus, OH to Oshkosh, WI. I got my musical gift from my grandfather and I honestly think that's the best gift you can get from anyone. My mother told me that they did cut a record when they were at their highest peak but I cannot find it. My grandmother, Jan Evans, has some recordings of my grandfather singing with the band and of the band performing. I was also told that they were supposed to get inducted into the Columbus music hall of fame. If anyone knows anything please email me or something. I am now determined to find more on The Four Interludes(that was their actual name)

Robert Evans said...

OH! and one more thing. They apparently sounded just like The Four Freshmen. My Grandma said that was Al's favorite group and that's who he based the band off of. My grandma said that they sounded just like them.