Notes From a Basement

By Doug Hubley: Sounds and reflections of a musical life



Day for Night on ReverbNation
Classic country harmonies by Doug Hubley and Gretchen Schaefer

Day for Night on Facebook
The core of Day for Night is the duo of Hubley and Schaefer

Songs by Doug Hubley
A showcase of music I’ve written from the 1970s onward

A Day for Night gig courtesy of Bates College
Classic country harmonies return to Lewiston

The Lewiston Sun Journal advances the BatesDowntown job
Our standard press release in action

Other directions

Doug Hubley on Authory
More writing

Great Blue Mosaic
Handmade mosaics by Gretchen Schaefer

Portland, music and more

Portland Maine Encyclopedia of the ’60s, ’70s & ’80s
Speak, memories!

Rock archival: As Geno’s turns 20, a look back at the Portland clubs that were
A Portland Phoenix overview of the Portland scene through the lens of our beloved Geno’s

The Beginning of the Living End . . . The Downtown Lounge
The history of Portland’s legendary Downtown Lounge (not the bar and grille) as told by Doug Hubley in The Face magazine

Punk rock in Portland: It’s alive and still pumping
Published on June 4, 1981, this Evening Express article marked the beginning of my time as an arts and lifestyle journalist.

Portland in the ’80s: ‘Yuppie go home’
The Mirrors and the Fashion Jungle are mentioned, and Ken Reynolds pictured, as ex-Crayon Dana Wilde continues a series of Portland recollections in the Island Institute newsletter The Working Waterfront.

Additional resources

John Rolfe on Facebook
A former bandmate, still in the game

Jim Sullivan and the Barnyard Incident
A former Mirror and one of the original Fashion Jungle



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