Bennett ~ Bass
Pete Bodin ~ Drums
Dave Crowther ~ Drums
Tom Dickens ~ Drums
Kevin Hay ~ Lead Guitar, Vocals
Lyle Holdahl ~ Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Nancy Kaye ~ Vocals
Jim Kroop ~ Guitar
Rich LaPore ~ Keyboards
Don Milgate ~ Drums
Bruce Pritchard ~ Lead Guitar
John Reagan ~ Drums
David Salwitz ~ Bass
Greg Shirley ~ Lead Guitar, Vocals
Greg Zimmerman ~ Lead Guitar
In Memory of
d: 15 Feb 2013
Rich LaPore, Lyle Holdahl, John Reagan, Greg Shirley & Carl Bennett
Polaroid proof taken 18 June 1983.
Photograph from the John Reagan collection.
Visit the Stubborn Puppet Page
I was a member of the follow-up band to Harlequin Mass, formed after HM's dissolution in Seattle, Stubborn Puppet.
Stubborn Puppet was a band active in Seattle from 1980 through circa 1987. We played gigs with a few other Seattle bands like Visible Targets, The Attachments, and others I don't remember at the moment.
Carl Bennett, July 2010
Kevin Hay (guitar puppet) — Kevin is the youngest puppet and occasionally sleeps on a couch. His feet stick out under the blanket. He recently had a haircut.
Lyle Holdahl (keyboard puppet) — Lyle has played keyboards for the puppets about one month and has progressed remarkably well. He works in a bakery and occasionally pilfers food to bring home.
Nancy Kaye (vocals, keyboards) — Nancy has recently acquired a job in a health spa, and now never has time to practice. She likes to drive her little yellow car and drink beer.
Tom Dickens (drums) — Tom never wears shoes if he can help it! He has a lovely new girl friend so we hardly see him anymore cause they’re usually in the basement where all else fears to tread.
Carl Bennett (bass) — Carl knows a lot of trivia pertaining to movies. He has a small office where he goes to draw pictures. He has a crush on Ingrid Bergman.
Tracy Deaver (from the Stubborn Puppets Website)
Some of the other Pacific Northwest music groups represented in members of this group include: Harlequin Mass, Magus, Numatics, X-Static, Stratocruisers, Daniel, Amethyst, Reflections and many other NW bands.