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  • Alan Prudhoe
  • July 28, 2007 06:10:01 AM

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Of interest to all lovers of Sixties Pop Music - Beatles, Stones, Kinks, Elvis, Ricky, Jerry Lee, Little Richard, Everly Brothers

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Simply the Best ......

Simply the Best -Rare opportunity to marvel at the legendary ALBERT LEE - one of world's greatest guitarists - here in the North-East of England. Tickets are available NOW from Big JimTait on 0191 3720311 or...

The Road Runners

I received an email from Colin Bradley, in Toronto, the other day (pictured above with Paul Rodgers)Colin was a founder member of the Road Runners - a very successful local group during the early Sixties - who hailed from Middlesbrough.What I had not realised, until Colin contacted me, was just how influential some of the members later became on the the UK rock and pop scene.Two of the founder members were Paul Rodgers and Micky Moody.Paul, who started out as the Road Runner's bass player, was...

Sad News

It is with great sadness that we have heard of the death of Mervyn Forse, on Saturday 13th June 2009In the early Sixties Mervyn played bass in the popular local group the Del 5, and was later to be the driving force behind White Sound Amplification.The Del 5 pictured in happier days - Mervyn is second from the right.The funeral takes place on Tuesday 23 June 2009 at 10.30 am at Sunderland Cematorium.RIP...

Albert Lee was ......

..... great the other night.But I'm not downhearted.

60s Live at the Vic

The pics for the first club night are to be found on the new web site which is here:

NEW "60's Live at the Vic" web site

Under construction here: back regularly for all the News and Gossip including the latest pics and video clips

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