A SPOONFUL OF SOUP THE MUSIC SHALL LIVE ON FOR THE NEXT GENERATION

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Hal Hamer said:   July 14, 2018 8:13 pm PST
A band we will never forget. Many found memories of seeing them between Baraboo and Madison.

Jeffrey D.Barker said:   October 18, 2016 4:10 pm PST
Rob Griffith the drummer for SOUP was my cousin.

William Thomas said:   June 21, 2016 1:13 am PST
Learned how to play from watching Doug. He was an amazing talent. Worked with Dennis Mullen mentioned above. It was the best of times !!! Bill !

Jeff Dean said:   June 10, 2016 4:15 am PST
Just happened upon a picture of Soup and remembered the name right away. We lived a few houses away from the Yankus's growing up and I remember them practicing in the garage. Hung around with Scott a bit back then.

steven conway said:   October 19, 2015 8:37 am PST
the first time i saw the band was in elkhart lake i have always loved this band. i think it was one of the greatest ever. i am 64 years old now. i have seen many bands but this band was exceptional. what has happened to the music today?

Doug said:   August 23, 2015 5:41 pm PST
I grew up in Madison. Have a story to share with you related to Soup. If you email me, I can send. I live in Delaware now. Cheers, Doug

Erik Swenson said:   March 16, 2015 5:29 pm PST
I used to go see Dave Sullivan play at a hotel lounge on College ave west.I would always see Doug there.I bought his twin reverb on college ave,The strat had already sold.I sold it in Madison later.Great music,I still listen to them.

Lee Hartman said:   January 21, 2015 2:22 pm PST
Yes, thank you, Chris, for putting together this website, which I discovered by chance yesterday, just by googling "Doug Yankus" on a whim. Thank you for the sake of others for whom this might be their only opportunity to hear of the Soup, and for me, mainly because it's the first evidence I've had that I'm not alone in remembering their music as a sublime experience. I heard them several times at a little bar in Madison called Dewie's (and I can't believe I've remembered that name without thinking of it for 40+ years!), probably in 1970-71. It was after Hendrix had left us, because some of my friends thought Doug was Jimi reincarnated. One time, at Dewie's, the Soup was the warmup band for B.B. King. No reflection intended on B.B., also a great musician, but we went mainly to hear the Soup. They were awesome! The mystery of the John Lennon connection is exhilarating. Did they ever record "You've Got to Wave Your Own Flag"?

Dennis Mullen said:   December 3, 2014 9:46 am PST
Doug is still the best guitarist I've ever heard. I tell everyone who will listen how great the band was. I played in a band from Green Bay at the time called Cyrus Witfield. We backed up Soup a handful of times at the Elks Club and various other places in the fox valley. One time our van broke down and we were late, no worries Soup just played first. Talk about a tough act to follow.

Tom Maloney said:   November 20, 2014 2:58 pm PST
Congratulations Chris on putting together this great website commemorating the music of Soup. I purchased their CD a few years back and still listen to it. I saw Soup at least ten times at my father's ballroom Cinderella in the late 60's and early to mid 70's. I was friends with your brother Scott in high school and used to stay over at your house when my parents were out of town. I remember when you were going to St. John's and remember going to the summer home on Green Lake. Hello to all.

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