The Borrowed Times
The Borrowed Times were a Denver-Based 1960's Rock & Roll Band that formed in 1984. They quickly attracted the attention of many local club owners that were riding on the recent success of a resurgence in this style of music brought on by the "Big Chill" movement. They were most famous for their skinny black ties, zany on-stage antics, and the fine manner in which they perfected many of the classics of the 1960's.TTThities and towns where they logged over 5The Borrowed Times were one of Denver's Best Dance Bands and in fact were voted as such by Westword magazine in 1986. Featuring Roger Maglio, Greg Schreiner, William Hyatt, and Jim Zingelman, their mix of the great one hit wonder songs of the 1960's and their skinny white ties were their landmark signature during their years together, 1984-1991. Roger Maglio later released an lp of his own in 1988 entitled "Songs From The Rocks" after founding Gear Fab Records and now lives back in the Denver area performing in the superb Beatle's Tribute Band "Revolver" (www.revolverbeatlestribute.com). Jim Zingelman continues performing under the name "Rusty Z", as a Hypnotist and Greg is also still active in the music scene. The band had a great reunion in the Summer of 2002, and we will be posting pictures of it shortly. We are sad to announce the passing of William Hyatt on 8 February, 2011. He will be sorely missed by all his friends and family!n the entertainment industry as "Rusty Z
Roger0 performances through the years.
Greg and Billy continue to play in and around the Denver area.
NEWS FLASH!! THE BOYS JUST HAD THEIR FIRST REUNION IN DENVER 11 AUGUST, 2002 AND IT WAS A BLAST!! PICTURES TO FOLLOW!!