The groups live performance recorded back in the 70s at El Toro Marine base. This video gives a nice overview of the band’s classic hits.

Check out Kenny’s drum solo as he performs at the “We Ain’t Dead Yet” concert. Not bad after all these years.

Our keyboard player Rick Hair has recently battled through Chemo and a bone marrow transplant relative to his cancer.

A few days ago his doctor pronounced Rick cancer free and he has the green light to get back to his normal lifestyle. Thanks to everyone for their support and prayers throughout this very difficult fight Rick has been through!!

We remain with Rick always in spirit and look forward to possible new music related ventures in the future!!

Gary, Randy and Kenny

As we reflect on one year ago – May 22, 2011 – and the incredible devastation and havoc the Joplin tornado had on Southwest Missouri, it is important that we remember the victims and salute the survivors of that disaster!! Yes, the band chose to play their concert which took sixteen months of planning to pull off. But we felt so much of the effect and pain of that storm so we just want to recognize on this web site the sheer will power and determination demonstrated by the residents and volunteers over the past year!! It has been a true example of how Americans always pull together and do whatever needs to be done after such a devastating event! God Bless everyone who has helped and is continuing to help ensure Joplin comes back even better than ever moving forward!!

This new two album CD set was recorded live at the Civic Auditorium in Neosho, MO. Good old 70’s Rock & Roll as only Mizzouri Foxx knows how to play it. Enjoy the great memories and your youth again by reliving their great music and once in a lifetime concert.

The DVD video contains live footage and the same great music from the CD of Mizzouri Foxx on stage at the Civic Auditorium in Neosho, MO. Nearly two hours as Kenny and the guys take you on a journey growing up in Neosho in the 50’s and 60’s to their hits of the 70’s.

You can listen and view a sample of the dvd at:
This sample contains some of the great music by the band. You will not be disappointed!

Both of these keep sakes are now available and are great collectors items. Order yours today!

– $15  for the double disc CD set
– $15 for the DVD video
– plus $2.50 for shipping each item.

We prefer PayPal however, please state clearly which items you wish to order if ordering by check.

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CD Music & DVD Video

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For those of you who made the concert, this dvd will be a keepsake to pass down to your grandchildren. For those who couldn’t make it, this is what you missed. Please read the attached reveiws from a Mizzouri Foxx fan living in California who just watched the dvd. He was not able to make the trip to Neosho to see the event in person.

Kenny / Tom,

I checked out the DVD. AWESOME! Love the walk down memory lane, Kenny. Very cool. The old family videos were awesome as well, not to mention the music. You guys still have it. Your era produced the best music ever. And I agree, Disco and Rap still suck!

Nice work Tom. Enjoyed the artistic details, the green screen, etc… The video playing in the car mirror, frickin genius. A look back… Too cool. It made me a little nostalgic thinking back on my years growing up in the South Bay.

I’ll never forget when your band played at my high school, Mira Costa. In those days we had dances with live bands after our Friday night football games. We had some hack bands come through; some were decent, but you guys were the best band we ever had and the lighting was something I had never seen before. Fun times for all and no worries, I will continue Rock On!

Doug (El Segundo, CA)

As you can see, this video not only captured the essence of our Mizzouri Foxx music and live show, it takes us back to the iconic moments we all shared during the 60’s and 70’s!!

Keep Rock Alive!!


As time goes on things just continue to change here in Southern California! Kenny and Virginia are really enjoying retirement but a new door of opportunity opened up and now the Vaughn’s are the proud owners of Bella Dia Salon and Day Spa here in Buena Park. Located at 5423 Beach Blvd. folks will find we offer most services you would expect at a Salon and Day Spa. We have an amazing staff and are currently running a 25% off on any one service to all new “first time” customers. So if you are in the area, please come and visit us! For more info:

Watch our new Infomercial produced by  KCAL channel 9 for the  California Adventure program on our web site!

Kenny & Virginia

Kenny placed third at the Brea store competition and wants to thank those who came out to watch the drummers compete. It was alot of fun and reminded Kenny of the good old days! Not bad considering Kenny stopped playing for more years than the age of the guys who came in first and second.

Over the years people have remained curious about the band and what happened to us. Our story is one of success and in the end major disappointment as we ended up as a tax write off when two record companies merged. We were simply at the wrong place at the wrong time. We believe our music holds up very well today and now it will be made available to fans old and new via the internet.

Our drummer Kenny Vaughn teamed up with his good friend Tom Vincent to create an amazing historical documentary of the history of the band which we believe is a one of a kind piece of work. It is in DVD format and includes the bands music beginning with their first 45 to the Trapped Live album to their studio recordings that should have been released in 1981. It also includes historical band info as the band migrated from Sound Company to Mizzouri Foxx, hundreds of band photographs and some cuts from the only video tape known to exist of the band performing live back in 1977.

This product is a true treasure for anyone who remembers the truly good old days of Rock in the 1970’s!!Tell your friends about this web site as it will be great for us to bring back our experience and music to our great fan base and to new fans as they discover our sound for the first time.

Question Asked:

What was the the most difficult location the band ever played at in terms of setting up the equipment?


Back in the early 1970’s we played for a party on a river boat at Lake of the Ozarks. We were using the original band name Sound Company back then. Well, we had to “hand carry” all of our equipment down and up about three flights of wooden stairs to get to the dock and load the gear on the back of the boat. If you’ve ever seen how steep wooden stairs on a hill side going down to a lake can be, you will understand how difficult this was. The the power on the boat was provided by a generator so we had problems with that as well. It was fun though cruising around on the lake that night as I’m sure the fish and several lake residents knew we were there!! Believe it or not, it was easier taking the equipment back up those stairs than taking it down to the boat!!

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