Not My Kids, a band

Not My Kids, a band

         Updated 10 November 1998. URL is

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Not My Kids


Five talented, professional musicians wail at top energy, rocking whatever house they play. Repertoire focuses on 70s, 80s and 90s rock and roll.

For booking information, times, dates, directions, gigs contact their new voice mail number…. it is (219) 423-5600 .

Dates I know of, thanks to the band’s friend Ginny, are

November 20 and 21 at the Meteor in Auburn…

November 25, 27 and 28 at Peanuts….

December 4 and 5 at the Branding Iron in LaOtto

December 11 at Legends and

December 17and 19 at Skips in Angola

Important holidays coming up include New Year’s Eve at Peanuts in Fort Wayne


  • Watch your WhatzUp? weekly entertainment newspaper until the band sends Tell-Mama their schedule! Not My Kids plays Peanuts, Legends, Checkerz, the Meteor in Auburn, Blooeys in Wabash, Wrigley Field, Butler’s Horseshoe Bar, Rome City’s Lighthouse and various other local clubs regularly.


Sam Moffit and his wife; NMK sound man Mark Renbarger.

Rick Brown     David Zych

David Wolfe       Sam Moffit


Drummer Scott Page has the biggest drum set I’ve ever seen. Check it out!

Playing at Checkerz.


Shot at House of Jazz & Blues.


Audience at Checkerz. Recognize Chris from Destination Detox? Have you heard the rumor that Brian is Dest Detox’s new lead singer??


Dave and his brother at Checkerz; Rick at Checkerz.


Richard works at the House of Jazz & Blues. On the right, another fan at Checkerz.

Look at the depth of talent in this band:

  • David Zych, lead vocals, lead guitar, harmonica, flute and percussion.
  • Sam Moffit, lead vocals and bass guitar.
  • Rick Brown, saxophones, keyboards, guitar, percussion, vocals.
  • Scott Page, lead vocals, percussion.
  • David Wolfe, lead vocals, keyboards, percussion, zaniness.
  • Mark Renbarger, sound tech and various weird noises.

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      26 October 1998