In Memory

Neal McGaugh

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07/18/11 07:37 PM #1    

Rob Dowdy

Neal was a great Drummer for the Outcasts-

He was very intelligent and could have gone to Harvard!

Does anyone know what happened to him?

If so could you post in this section;


08/20/11 01:27 AM #2    

Doug Emrich

I played bass guitar in a band with Neal for three years, and he was a fantastic drummer and person.  Highly intelligent, the 60's were hard on him due the Vietnam and race riots, etc.  He was very sensitive, articulate, and was recruited by the Yardbirds when they played a concert in Wichita.  I think he turned them down since he was playing with the Outcasts at the time and was loyal to that arrangement.  He was first class, and a great musician.  We spent many hours together rehearsing and learning songs and new arrangements.  When he passed away, I felt like I had lost a fact I still do.  He always laughed easy, and had a smile and kind heart for everyone.  Neal, I miss you brother!  Doug

09/04/11 01:06 AM #3    

Jerry NeSmith

Neal was a great guy.  Charlie, Steve and I got to hang out with him many times.  He was the first "hippie" I ever knew, but for him there was a philosophy of life and love that went deep inside.  He was a gifted musician and a great, free spirit.

11/11/11 12:53 AM #4    

MaryLynne Perkins (Ellis)

Wichita Eagle, The (KS) - October 15, 1999

Deceased Name: Martin-McGaugh, Neal

Martin-McGaugh, Neal, 51, self-employed musician, died Monday Oct. 11, 1999. Memorial service 3 p.m. Sunday, Glenn Park Christian Church. Survivors: son, Garrett of Alamesa, Colo.; daughter, Tisha of Wichita; father and stepmother, Marion and Margie Martin of Oklahoma City; stepfather, Cecil McGaugh of Wichita; brother, Steven of Wichita; sisters, Brenda Blanchard of Wichita, Lisa McGaugh-Moeder of Clearwater; two stepgrandchildren. Memorial has been established with Senseney Music Foundation-Links Program. Broadway Mortuary.

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