The Pines Club and The Pacesetters
by Michael Majerus
The Pines Club
I was raised in Alaska and left for 8 or 9 years at age 17.
In 1977 I was offered a job as the lead guitar player for The Pacesetters, one month guaranteed.
I drove back up the Alcan and started in August 1977 at the Pines.It was one of the best moves I ever made.
The musicians in Alaska were in my opinion the best in the business.
We played 5, sometimes 7 nights a week and every night was a party. A packed house nearly every night.
I learned more about the music business there than anywhere before or since. Nancy Lee, Dixie Hatfield, Lenny Curcuruto, Bill Nauman and many others all working toward one goal... keeping the crowd dancing.
Those were the days my friends, the most fun I've ever had playing music.
A Note from Anchorage Memories
Anchorage was fortunate indeed to have so many talented entertainers providing shows and music for Anchorage to enjoy.
And audiences appreciated being able to have an evening out with friends that including music and dancing.
You obviously found it very rewarding as a musician.
Thank you for sharing your story.
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