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Scrapbook 1988 through 1997

 

A rare offstage shot of Punky with the torches - 1988 - Huntington Beach, CA




Punky's handwritten set list for Peter - January 15 & 16, 1988 - Jezebel's, Anaheim, CA



T-Shirt for the "Wet n Wild Weekend" - February 26 & 27, 1988 - Hollywood, CA

 



Press Release - April, 1988





Jim's band pass - April 11, 1988 - Faces, Huntington Beach, CA




Punky's Birthday Show - April 11, 1988 - Faces, Huntington Beach, CA




Scott Rickett - April 11, 1988 - Faces, Huntington Beach, CA




Jim Warmon and David Ezrin - April 11, 1988 - Faces, Huntington Beach, CA





Punky's handwritten set list - April 11, 1988 - Faces, Huntington Beach, CA


Ticket for April 22, 1988 - The Whisky, Hollywood, CA






Jim's handwritten set list for April 22, 1988 - The Whisky, Hollywood, CA






David Ezrin - April 22, 1988 - The Whisky, Hollywood, CA

 

 


WITCH and KNAC DJ Nasty Neal - April 22, 1988 - The Whisky, Hollywood, CA



Punky and Jim - June 4, 1988 - Perkin's Palace, Pasadena, CA



Outside Perkin's Palace - June 4, 1988 - Pasadena, CA

 


Kerrang magazine - June 11, 1988


A WITCH fan - circa 1988 (photo courtesy Jim Warmon)




 
Tawn and Punky's business card - 1988

 

 

My Photo Pass laminate - 1988

 

 

The front and back of Scott Rickett's band pass - 1988

 


Ronny Too - October 1, 1988 - Jezebel's, Anaheim, CA

 

 

Punky and yours truly - October 1, 1988 - Jezebel's, Anaheim, CA
(photo by Peter Wabitt)



Press Release - October, 1988


The front and back of an industry invitation - 1988



ROCK CITY NEWS - Review of the October 8, 1988 Gazzarri's show



Ticket for October 28, 1988 - The Troubadour, Hollywood, CA




WITCH's settlement statement for their October 28, 1988 show at The Troubadour.  This is a shining example of exactly how clubs were screwing local bands.  Although they brought in 73 full-price ticket payers, as an opening act WITCH did not receive a percentage of that.  Instead, they received 50% of half-price ticket sales, totaling $83.25, minus $20 for "ticket costs."  So for their effort, WITCH was paid the princely sum of $63.25 (a long way from the $5,000 the Troub was paying them in 1985).  It's no wonder this was their final Hollywood show.




ROCK CITY NEWS - November, 1988
(reporting on an incident that happened at Jezebel's on October 1)




Punky's gold and platinum awards for Lita Ford's LITA album - 1988




An Industry Invitation - November 23, 1988 - The Country Club, Reseda, CA




Long-time Jezebel's manager Tom Boyle with Tawn - circa 1989
(photo courtesy Tom Boyle)



Jezebel's, Anaheim, CA - WITCH played here 18 times - Circa 1989
(photo courtesy Tom Boyle)




 Punky's script for HEAVY METAL THUNDER AND MUD - August, 1989







Punky and SKID ROW's Sebastian Bach - Backstage during the Moscow Music and Peace Festival, Russia - August, 1989
(photo courtesy Punky Peru)








Alice Cooper's Letter Of Recommendation for Punky - November 9, 1989




Punky in mid head-dunk, with a little help from Ronny - 1990?




Punky and some guy - December 2, 1990



Ronny and....???  - December 2, 1990



Laminate pass for the Reunion show - November 1, 1991 - The Marquee, Westminster, CA






Set list - November 1, 1991 - The Marquee, Westminster, CA





November 1, 1991 - At a motel near The Marquee, Westminster, CA






Punky & Ronny's business card for AWOL - 1992





Punky and Ronny playing at Punky's wedding to Jennifer - May 28, 1995 - Decatur, IL
(photo courtesy Punky Peru)




GOD BOX Press Release - 1997



GOD BOX - 1997
Rowan Robertson, Phil Chen, Punky Peru, Peter Wabitt
(photo courtesy Punky Peru)




Punky Peru and Peter Soul with GOD BOX - 1997
(photo courtesy Punky Peru)