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Stormin' Norman Doucette

26 Apr 18 - 04:13 PM (#3920199)
Subject: Stormin' Norman Doucette article
From: gnu

http://www.ottawalife.com/article/life-in-the-root-canal-the-tunes-towns-and-times-of-stormin-norman-doucette


26 Apr 18 - 04:14 PM (#3920200)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: gnu

http://www.ottawalife.com/article/life-in-the-root-canal-the-tunes-towns-and-times-of-stormin-norman-doucette


26 Apr 18 - 07:04 PM (#3920217)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: GUEST,keberoxu

Back in the day there was a duo known as Stormin' Norman and Suzy.

Is this a different Stormin' Norman?


26 Apr 18 - 07:28 PM (#3920218)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: Jeri

This is Norm: From the Pulpit to the Prison


27 Apr 18 - 11:48 AM (#3920394)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: keberoxu

Norman Zamcheck is the fellow who accompanied Suzy Williams
as Stormin' Norman and Suzy.
He also released some albums
in which he called himself The Real Stormin' Norman.

His locale has been more the Tri-State Area,
with some formal education in the Boston Area.
So I guess he was not often confused with a Canadian traditional songwriter.


27 Apr 18 - 03:33 PM (#3920498)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: GUEST,Bob the Postman

Is this guy Tamarack Jack?


27 Apr 18 - 03:57 PM (#3920501)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: keberoxu

You might mean,
Is he the author of that song? He might be


01 Sep 18 - 01:51 AM (#3947407)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: GUEST,Stormin norman

Hi guys.dont drop in very often.all good nice to see fimilar handles


02 Sep 18 - 01:08 PM (#3947655)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: GUEST

GUEST,Bob the Postman, yep one and the same.


02 Sep 18 - 03:49 PM (#3947688)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: Bat Goddess

Stormin' Norman Doucette is a different musician from Stormin' Norman Zamcheck.

"Stormin’ Norman Zamcheck is a pianist, singer/songwriter and raconteur. He has been writing songs since he was old enough to pick out a tune on the keyboard and write down the lyrics on his mother’s linen napkins. During the course of his four-decade career, Norm has penned over five hundred musical compositions.

A New York transplant, Norm hales from the Boston area. He has performed in venues up and down the East and West coasts as well as internationally. In the late 70's his band, Stormin' Norman & Suzy, was referred to by the New York Times as the "hottest act in town," unleashing a deluge of media attention. Since then, Norman has played Carnegie Hall (twice); recorded for the Polydor/Polygram label; written scores for several movies and off-Broadway shows, appeared on a Dick Clark TV Special and worked as composer and music director for Pilobolous Dance Theater. He also toured with the Andy Statman Klezmer Orchestra, playing to appreciative crowds in Poland, Israel and Brooklyn."

See Stormin' Norman Zamcheck

Linn


02 Sep 18 - 05:47 PM (#3947709)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: Jeri

Yes, he's Tamarack Jack.


05 Sep 18 - 12:17 PM (#3948278)
Subject: RE: Stormin' Norman Doucette
From: Jack Campin

Seems like a great bloke.

Presumably not to be confused with the artist who drew the "Doucette Fantasies" either? (very NSFW, google with extreme care).