"The person who discovered The Tubes was me. I took them to A&M Records, who signed them, and I was very fond of them." --Rick Wakeman
"We never made any money on records at all. And live, we spent all the money on these massive productions. We'd go out with 35 people and all these dancers and bombs and props and backdrops and sets. Every tour, we had to top the previous one, be bigger and wackier and weirder. We'd go out and make $10 million on tour and spend 12. We'd come home in the red. The Tubes never made any money."--Fee Waybill
Signed with A&M Records in October 1974.
Now was printed in four different color versions.
Music: Fee Waybill Squeezes More Life Out of Tubes. Paul Freeman. San Jose Mercury News, May 14, 2009.
Legend Rick Still Refusing to 'Turn That Racket Down.' Tim FletcherBurton (Staffordshire, England) Mail, September 9, 2011.
|Bill Spooner||1977-1981||guitar, vocals|
|Roger Steen||1977-1981||guitar, vocals|