At The Round Table, 1968
(Charlton & Glendora, Clifton, Ohio)
Bill Katz, Fred Bing, David Sapadin, Eric Waits, Marvin Kopman, Tom Dreskin


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Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore
Lead Vocals - Eric Waits

Talk Talk
Lead Vocals - Eric Waits

La Bamba
Lead Vocals - Bill Katz

Goin' To A Go-Go
Lead Vocals - Kenny Newman

You Keep Me Hangin' On
Lead Vocals - Eric Waits

It Ain't Me Babe
Lead Vocals - Bill Katz

Memphis Blues
Lead Vocals - Fred Bing

Stand By Me
Lead Vocals - Ken Newman

Gimme Some Lovin'
Lead Vocals - Eric Waits

David Sapadin, Bill Katz, Tom Dreskin, Eric Waits, 1968 at The Round Table

Marvin Kopman, Original Drumhead Art, Eric Waits with Lou Friedman in background,
at a band practice in 1966


Article from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1966

The Dauphine Street Blues were one of the many bands that formed during the 60's in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The DSB were a special group in that they played an eclectic mixture of music that ranged from
The Temptations and Four Tops, to Jimi Hendrix, The Zombies, Paul Butterfield,
The Beatles, Animals, Rascals, Love, Blues Magoos,
Sam & Dave, The Who, Smokey Robinson,
The Byrds, Doors, and Rolling Stones....all from a a group of high school students ranging
in age from 15 to 18. The Dauphine Street Blues were regularly booked at
University of Cincinnati watering-holes such as "The Round Table,"
and "The Pickle-Barrel," as well as at parties and events all over the tri-state area.


Vintage Photos of Other Local Cincinnati Groups

"The Impalas" became "The Crescents." "The Crescents" later morphed into
"The Torquays," aka "THEM"
Click HERE to go to the Torquays/Them Website!

George Makrauer, Paul Simons, Eugene Katona, Mary Ellen Tanner, Stan Hertzman


For a whole lot more on the 60's Cincinnati rock scene visit