|Ron Matelic – Guitar, Vocals; Glen Weaver – Bass, Guitar, Vocals; John Medvescek – Drums; Marsha Rollings – Vocals|
Ron Matelic and John Medvescek were two of the core members of well known Indianapolis garage band Sir Winston and the Commons, which disbanded around 1970. Matelic and Medvescek reunited around the Anonymous banner, recording an album that was released on Milwaukee label A Major in small quantities–500 and 1000 have been reported. A second pressing of the album followed with a different cover, also in limited quantities. Anonymous did not play live shows.
The band morphed into J. Rider and then played live gigs around Indianapolis, recording an album that remained unreleased until the late 1990’s. The Anonymous LP is well regarded by rock and psychedelic music collectors worldwide and it is quite difficult to obtain an original LP. It has been reissued in several forms, first by Indianapolis label OR Records and later by Akarma Records and Machu Piccu Ltd.
Matelic and Medvescek formed The Doorjams in the mid 2010’s and play a number of old tracks from their former bands, along with new material. Marsha Rollings appears on the Christian rock album Good Soil.
|Related Artists: Sir Winston and the Commons, J. Rider, Doorjams, Good Soil|
|Years Active: 1976-77|
|Ultimate Psychedelic Vinyl|