End of an Era

In August 1973, Tom, Blair, Edward, Allen, Bobby, and Johnny reunited for a performance at Teen Town (formerly Churchwell's Department Store), using the dual band names "Hunch Punch" and "Puked Guts From New York City." This heavily attended (approximately 10 - 15 in the audience) final performance was a critical success, and the band wisely decided never to perform as a unit again.

All former members are alive and engaged in meaningful activities, with possible exceptions Mike Harrell and Jimmy McDonald, about whom the writers know nothing.

(Al)Most Likely to Succeed
Though The Ancestors ceased to exist, their epic legacy influenced several generations of musicians, and their spirit lived on into the 1970s, '80s, and '90s, in a band called Cruis-O-Matic.

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