One if my proudest musical accomplishments was my association with The Del Rubio Triplets, an octagenarian triplex in mini skirts and go go boots who I called in 1985 after seeing a “3 Gals/ 3 Guitars” flyer proclaiming their mastery of every style of music known to man. Katey Sagal and I went to meet them and I suggested they add the one missing style, Pop music, to the repetoire they spent the last twenty five years perfecting on the hospital/nursing home circuit. In 1987 at my Small Change party, the opening night event of the Stock Exchange in LA, I presented The Del Rubios singing “Neutron Dance”, which had just been a hit with The Pointer Sisters. We were standing on a balcony twenty feet over the 2,000 guests’ heads and that view of my friends’ reactions viewing The Del Rubios for the first time was an artistic high I will never forget. Even better, I saw a mass of hair parting the crowd and realized, clawing her way to the stage to wrench back command of the song. The Del Rubios considered it “their song” and the alternating verses by Del Rubios and choruses by Pointer, lurching back and forth every 16 bars between tempos and keys, made it the quintessential orgasmic collision of cheese and class and one of my favorite musical moments ever.