In memory of my friend noboday was like me
I made this “digital art” picture with Mo & Andy in it for the “In Loving Memory” page on your G.S.I. website.
This is my way of remembering.
Taken in Atlantic City with the Hank William singing doll: We trimmed the hat
and called it Little Mo. It stayed on the shelves at his paintball shop
This is my Mo tattoo. I had a heart done on my wrist with the words “Lonely Days” in the banner on the Sunday after his death and also the word “Ronin” in Japanese which represent a warrior who has lost his Master
Me with Maurice during the early morning sound check. Frederic: ‘I realize that concert was one of the last big ones the brothers did. It was just amazing when they took the stage at night after a lot of different acts, including Aerosmith. The public was all ages but mostly really young. The all stadium was on their feet, with some people holding signs like “I’ve waited 30 years for this!” and a lot of wide-eyed kids discovering one of the biggest band of our time’.
Sound check “Wango Tango Concer”t in L. A. Only Maurice was there.
The Wango Tango concert took place on June 17 2001 at Dodger Stadium L.A.