Category Archives: music

Watch “Lazarus The Legend,” the 1993 award-winning cult classic movie produced in Erie, PA

Erie, PA Movie-maker Matthew J. Frazzini created “Lazarus The Legend” 30 years ago as a spoof on every kung fu movie he’d ever watched. It aired on Erie’s Public Access cable TV channel. Videotaped entirely on location here in Erie, … Continue reading

Posted in autobiographical, christine lorraine, communications, Erie, Erie PA, family, history, humor, medieval times, music, mystery, outdoors, PA, television, trivia, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

See the beautiful Paintings on the Conneaut Lake Park Carousel, which is for sale as park rides are dismantled: Christine’s Chronicles

Posted in autobiographical, business, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, family, history, humor, marketing, Meadville, music, newsletter, outdoors, PA, travel, trivia, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Adventures in Musical History – DeBence Antique Music World: Christine’s Chronicles

This dandy new-looking Zenith Cobra-Matic was advertised as “The Record Fan’s Delight.” It was described as the “Simplest automatic record-player ever built! Plays all records of any speed from 10 to 85, including the coming new 16 R.P.M.!” Continue reading

Posted in business, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, classical music, family, history, humor, music, PA, science, travel, trivia, Uncategorized, xtine's 20 questions | Leave a comment

Did you know the first lighthouse keeper at Presque Isle called it “the loneliest place on earth?” Watch this video to learn more: Christine’s Chronicles

Climb up the 149-year-old metal spiral staircase to see what the first lighthouse keepers at Presque Isle might have observed Continue reading

Posted in ad ventures, autobiographical, business, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, communications, Erie, Erie PA, family, history, humor, lighthouse, music, mystery, outdoors, PA, science, television, travel, trivia, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

It’s Cello Time! Here’s the Washington Post March by John Philip Sousa played by Christine Lorraine Morgan

Have you ever wondered what this Sousa march would sound like on the cello? Then tune in and check it out! Continue reading

Posted in autobiographical, business, cello, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, classical music, communications, Erie, Erie PA, family, history, humor, music, PA, trivia, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Top 10 Soap Operas That Might Be Adapted to Boomers

Sometimes it’s fun to take reality and imagine it in a funny way…with that in mind please enjoy this humorous piece. Continue reading

Posted in business, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, churches, Erie, Erie PA, family, humor, Little Italy in Erie, PA, music, mystery, newsletter, PA, poetry, science, travel, trivia, Uncategorized, xtine's 20 questions | Leave a comment

What Fun We Had at The Skyway Drive-In, Erie PA: Christine’s Chronicles

It’s time to remember the nostalgic cinematic candy otherwise known as the drive-in movie. Here’s the Skyway in Erie, PA Continue reading

Posted in autobiographical, business, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, communications, Erie, Erie PA, family, food, history, humor, music, outdoors, PA, science, television, travel, trivia, Uncategorized, xtine's 20 questions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Dig this crazy list of 51 super groovy catch phrases of the Psychedelic Era: Christine’s Chronicles

It’s 1968 and here’s how we talk in everyday life if we’re part of the hip crowd: 1. Don’t blow your stack. 2. Don’t blow your top. 3. Don’t lose your cool. 4. Level with me. 5. She’s a living … Continue reading

Posted in army, autobiographical, business, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, communications, Erie, Erie PA, family, history, humor, music, outdoors, quiz, travel, trivia, Uncategorized, xtine's 20 questions | Leave a comment

Watch and Hear the Psyclones perform “Twilight” by U2 at Sherlock’s in Erie, PA 1981

Posted in autobiographical, business, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, communications, Erie, Erie PA, generic beat, history, humor, music, PA, television, travel, trivia, Uncategorized, xtine's 20 questions | Leave a comment

Before The Computer Age … your band’s literature was either hand-written or typed, or both like this one. Here’s our 90% original songlist program from Rainbow Gardens, in a 1985 “Battle of the Bands” featuring Generic Beat, Thrilling Detective and Ventura. Dan Smith/Danny White leapt from the ceiling down to the floor in the opening song and startled everyone because nobody knew he was there. I also have a scar on my ankle from that show when Dan struck a cowbell with all his strength as I kicked upward and took out a chunk of skin. ha ha. Of course we didn’t stop playing… Those were the days…

Pictured from left: Mark Emhoff, Xtine (aka Christine Lorraine Morgan), Roger Prehoda and Dan Smith aka Danny White. Check out the awesome Generic Beat videos posted on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/ChristineLorraine/search?query=generic%20beat

Posted in autobiographical, business, christine lorraine, Christine's Chronicles, Erie, Erie PA, generic beat, history, humor, music, PA, travel, trivia, xtine's 20 questions | Leave a comment