In early 1967,
five young men from rural Northern California and Southern Oregon
began a journey.
Even they could not have predicted how the adventure would end.
After a summer spent writing and rehearsing, Larry Alexander, Ron George, Gene Resler, Roger Swanson, and Tony Tecumseh found their way to the studio in San Francisco. They entered the studio as the “Medallions” and left as “Afterglow” The LP, with it’s distinctive artwork was released in 1968. With little promotion the band believed the album fell into obscurity. Little did they know that 45 years later they would discover that their music played on.