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The Legends of Southern Rock Photo Scrapbook : Part Six; Capricorn Days

Frank Fenter in his office at Capricorn Records, Macon.

The Capricorn Jet.


Dickey Betts and Frank Fenter and Frank's mother at the opening of Fenter's restaurant in Macon,  Le Brasserie.


Col. Bruce Hampton and his band sign with Capricorn, 1970.


It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Dickey Betts, Dick Wooley and Frank Fenter!


Dobie Gray signs on.


Frank with Bobby Whitlock, 1976.


Eric Quincy Tate signs to the label, 1972.


Frank an Phil at the ABB Farm, '73.


Frank, Dickey and Phil at Capricorn Picnic

Dickey Betts and Frank Fenter at Capricorn Picnic.

Elvin Bishop receives a gold record for "Fooled Around and Fell in Love."


Frank and Phil watch an Allman Brothers show from the wings, 1971.


Fenter and his wife Kiki with Tommy Dowd, 1973. (Joe Dan Petty in background, spotted by Judi Petty. Thanks Judi.)


Kitty Wells signs on.


Martin Mull talks with Fenter.


Mike Hyland Phil and Frank outside Capricorn offices celebrating the ABB release Brothers & Sisters, '73.


The Marshall Tucker Band gets another gold record!


Executive pie fight at Macon Hilton, celebrating a new ABB release, 1978.


Pie fight fallout.


Phil, Dr. John and Frank.


Frank and Phil with the infamous ABB roadie, Red Dog Campbell.



All Photos Courtesy Robin Duner-Fenter

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