So I’m doing more research-looking for Stephen Ambrose. I go to dogpile.com and read that Don Galucci was in the original Kingsmen, famous for the garage-rock song “Louie, Louie”. I didn’t know I was in rarified company here. He took the Stooges into the studio and recorded them live-one song a day-and “Fun House”, was the result. He led Don and the Goodtimes. He played piano for Sandi Soyle and the Culivators album titled “Can You Hear Me Now”. I visited her site and emailed her, asking if she’d ask Don where Stephen is….If you want to hear some of Don’s music you can listen to samples on mp3.com.
From Wikipedia: Fred Carter, Jr is a renowned Guitarist, singer and composer, who became one of the most respected and influential guitarists of his generation. Beginning his professional career in the 1950’s, the record charts are replete with his fingerprints across a number of genres. Though based in Nashville and serving as one its premier session guitarists, his influence can be heard on recordings as diverse as Muddy Waters, The Band, and Simon and Garfunkel. Maybe Fred knows where Stephen is?
Fred’s daughter is Deana Carter, a CMA award winning artist in her own right.