All posts by Nick Warburton

Animals’ gigs 1963-1966

Welcome to another posting of a series of gig listings for 1960s bands. None of these lists is exhaustive and my idea is to add to them in the comments section below over time. They are here for future researchers to draw on.  I have also added a few interesting bits of information and will add images in time.

I’d like to encourage band members to get in touch to share memories, or for anyone to send corrections/clarifications to my email: Warchive@aol.com 

Equally important, if you attended any of the gigs below or played in the support band, please do leave your memories below in the comments section for future historians to use. If you know of any missing gigs, please add them too, if possible, with the sources.

THE ANIMALS:

1963:

21 December 1963 – Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey (Chris Broom book: Rockin’ and Around Croydon)

1964:

5 February 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

8 February 1964 – Ricky Tick, Pearce Hall, Maidenhead, Berkshire (Bucks Free Press)

12 February 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

19 February 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

23 February 1964 – Olympia Ballroom, Reading, Berkshire with Manfred Mann (Bucks Free Press)

26 February 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

 

4 March 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

11 March 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

18 March 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

30 March 1964 – Night Scene Club, Westcliffe, Essex (Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser)

 

8 April 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

30 April 1964 – (Jazz) Cellar Club, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (Kim Chester’s research)

 

2 May 1964 – Continental Dancing Club, Edmonton, Middlesex (Tottenham Weekly Herald)

9 May 1964 – Astoria, Finsbury Park, London with Chuck Berry, The Swinging Blue Jeans and Kingsize Taylor & The Dominoes (Tottenham Weekly Herald)

21 May 1964 – ABC Croydon, Croydon, Surrey with Chuck Berry and Carl Perkins (Chris Broom book: Rockin’ and Around Croydon)

30 May 1964 – Continental Dancing Club, Edmonton, Middlesex (Tottenham Weekly Herald)

 

6 June 1964 – Club Noreik, Tottenham, London with John Lee Hooker (Tottenham Weekly Herald)

 

3 July 1964 – Wimbledon Palais, Wimbledon, London with Demons and Trojans (Streatham News)

24 July 1964 – Attic Club, Hounslow, Middlesex with Steve Marriott’s Moments (Kingston & Malden Borough News)

 

5 August 1964 – Cellar, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey with The Plebs (Harrow Weekly Post/David Else research)

12 August 1964 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex (Roger Bistow’s research at Dizzy Tiger Music website)

15 August 1964 – Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, Lancashire (Steve Chapples research: www.lankybeat.com)

22 August 1964 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Downsiders and Johnny Kaye & The Kossacks (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

 

20 October 1964 – Royal Edmonton, Edmonton, Middlesex with Carl Perkins, The Nashville Teens, The Quotations, Tommy Tucker, Elkie Brooks and Ray Cameron (Leyton and Leytonstone Guardian)

 

4 November 1964 – Fairfield Hall, Croydon, Surrey with The Nashville Teens, Carl Perkins, Elkie Brooks, Tommy Tucker, The Quotations and Ray Cameron (Chris Broom book: Rockin’ and Around Croydon)

21 November 1964 – Boston Gliderdrome, Boston, Lincolnshire with Dawn & The Dee-Jays (Lincolnshire Standard)

1965:

16 January 1965 – Royal Hotel, Lowestoft, Suffolk with The Deacons (Eastern Evening News)

 

6 March 1965 – Winter Gardens, Weston Super Mare, Somerset with Ken Birch Band (Weston Mercury)

19 March 1965 – Big Beat Nite Out, Fairfield Hall, Croydon, Surrey with The Kinks, The Pretty Things, The Caravelles, Dodie West and Sean Buckley & The Breadcrumbs (Chris Broom book: Rockin’ and Around Croydon)

21 March 1965 – Southall Community Centre, Southall, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

25 March 1965 – Locarno, Swindon, Wiltshire with The Sole Savages (website: http://www.swindonmusicscene.co.uk/swindon_music_scene_gigs_of_note.html)

10 April 1965 – Gaiety Ballroom, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire with The Cascades and The Amazons (website: http://peterboroughimages.co.uk/music/?p=8130)

27 April 1965 – St Joseph’s Hall, Basingstoke, Hampshire with The Troggs (Hampshire & Berkshire Gazette)

 

10 May 1965 – Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, Middlesex (Walthamstow Guardian)

14 May 1965 – Marconi Basildon Locarno, Basildon, Essex with The Soul Agents and The Felders Orioles (Poster)

 

29 June 1965 – St Joseph’s Hall, Basingstoke, Hampshire (Hampshire & Berkshire Gazette)

 

5 July 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

17 July 1965 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Apex Group and The Yensons Trolls (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

18 July 1965 – Palace Theatre, Westcliffe-on-Sea, Essex with The Lively Set and The Flowerpots (Essex Chronicle)

20 July 1965 – High Wycombe Town Hall, High Wycombe, Bucks (Bucks Free Press)

21 July 1965 – Orchid Ballroom, Purley, Surrey (Chris Broom book: Rockin’ and Around Croydon)

 

30 August 1965 – Town Hall, Clacton, Essex (Essex County Standard)

 

22 October 1965 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

31 October 1965 – Southall Community Centre, Southall, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

7 November 1965 – Odeon Colchester with The Small Faces, Tommy Quickly, The Soul Mates, The Rustics and Beryl Marsden and The Crewcats (Essex Chronicle)

24 November 1965 – Stevenage Mecca, Locarno, Stevenage, Herts (website: http://www.coda-uk.co.uk/60’s_music_scene.htm)

27 November 1965 – Rhodes Centre, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts with Dave and The Strollers (Steve Ingless book: The Day Before Yesterday)

30 November 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

1966:

13 February 1966 – Chelmsford Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex (Essex Chronicle)

17 February 1966 – Ram Jam, Brixton, London (Melody Maker) Opening night

 

6 March 1966 – University of Aston Rag Ball, Bingley Hall, Aston, West Midlands with Gerry & The Pacemakers, Billy Fury & The Gamblers and Craig (Birmingham Evening Mail) Possibly Barry Jenkins’ debut

 

Herbie Goins & The Night-Timers’ gigs 1965-1969

Welcome to another posting of a series of gig listings for 1960s bands. None of these lists is exhaustive and my idea is to add to them in the comments section below over time. They are here for future researchers to draw on.  I have also added a few interesting bits of information and will add images in time.

I’d like to encourage band members to get in touch to share memories, or for anyone to send corrections/clarifications to my email: Warchive@aol.com 

Equally important, if you attended any of the gigs below or played in the support band, please do leave your memories below in the comments section for future historians to use. If you know of any missing gigs, please add them too, if possible, with the sources.

HERBIE GOINS & THE NIGHT-TIMERS:

 Herbie Goins – lead vocals

John McLaughlin – lead guitar

Mick Eve – tenor saxophone

Harry Beckett – trumpet

Nigel Stanger – Hammond organ/saxophone

Dave Price – bass

Bill Stevens – drums

1965:

23 March 1965 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London (Geoff Williams’ research: Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek book) This might have been before the link-up with The Night-Timers who were working with Ronnie Jones

 

25 April 1965 – Flamingo, Soho, London with Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band (Melody Maker)

 

8 May 1965 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/) Says straight from the Flamingo, Soho, London

16 May 1965 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex (Roger Bistow’s research at Dizzy Tiger Music website)

29 May 1965 – Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex (Essex Chronicle)

 

7 June 1965 – Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, Middlesex (Leyton, Leytonstone and Waltham Forest Guardian) Billed as The Night-timers

11 June 1965 – Pontiac, Zeeta House, Putney, London with support (NME) Billed as The Night-timers with Herbie Goins

13 June 1965 – Redcar Jazz Club, Redcar, North Yorkshire with Kim & The Kinetics (Dennis Weller, Chris Scott Wilson and Graham Lowe’s book)

20 June 1965 – Agincourt Ballroom, Camberley, Surrey (Aldershot News)

27 June 1965 – Galaxy Club, Woburn Park Hotel, Addlestone, Surrey (Woking Herald)

 

4 July 1965 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/)

10 July 1965 – Pontiac, Zeeta House, Putney, London with Gary L Thompson & The Sidewinders (NME)

23 July 1965 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/)

 

6 August 1965 – Birdcage, Kimbells Ballroom, Southsea, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

7 August 1965 – Pontiac, Zeeta House, Putney, London with Group Survival (NME) Billed as The Night-timers with Herbie Goins

28 August 1965 – Pontiac, Zeeta House, Putney, London (NME) Billed as The Night-timers with Herbie Goins

Sometime in late August/early September 1965, Nigel Stanger returned to Newcastle upon Tyne and worked with Alan Price. Former member Dave Morse returned on Hammond organ

12 September 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

17 September 1965 – Archer Hall, Billericay, Essex (Southend Standard & Essex Weekly Advertiser)

24 September 1965 – Orford Cellar, Norwich (Eastern Evening News)

 

8 October 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

13 October 1965 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with The Rick ‘N’ Beckers (website: http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call)

16 October 1965 – Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex with Loomers Ltd (Essex Chronicle)

24 October 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

 

3 November 1965 – Farnbrough Town Hall, Farnborough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

12 November 1965 – Beachcomber, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

13 November 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

14 November 1965 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with The Worrying Kind (website: http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call)

 

5 December 1965 – Agincourt Ballroom, Camberley, Surrey (Aldershot News)

9 December 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

11 December 1965 – Beachcomber, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

1966:

1 January 1966 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

5 January 1966 – Farnborough Town Hall, Farnborough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

20 January 1966 – Carousel Club, 1 Camp Road, Farnborough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

30 January 1966 – King Mojo, Sheffield, South Yorkshire (The Star)

 

5 February 1966 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

19 February 1966 – King Mojo, Sheffield, South Yorkshire with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds and The Blueberries (The Star)

Dave Morse departed on the eve of a Swiss tour and former member Nigel Stanger recommended his friend Mike Carr

March 1966 – Hazyland Club, Hazy Osterveld, Zurich, Switzerland (one month) (Mike Carr recollections)

 

4 April 1966 – Penthouse, Birmingham, West Midlands with Screamin’ Jay Hawkins (Birmingham Evening Mail)

10 April 1966 – Plaza Ballroom, Handsworth West Midlands with Screamin’ Jay Hawkins (Birmingham Evening Mail)

15 April 1966 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham with Screamin’ Jay Hawkins (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/)

16 April 1966 – Carousel Club, 1 Camp Road, Farnbrough, Hampshire with Screaming J Hawkins (Aldershot News)

18 April 1966 – Atlanta Ballroom, Woking, Surrey with support (Aldershot News)

30 April 1966 – Club A Go Go, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear with The Score (website: http://www.readysteadygone.co.uk/club-agogo-newcastle-2/)

 

2 May 1966 – Esquire, Sheffield, South Yorkshire (The Star)

4 May 1966 – Club A Go Go, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear with The Score (website: http://www.readysteadygone.co.uk/club-agogo-newcastle-2/)

8 May 1966 – Blue Moon, Hayes, Middlesex (Melody Maker)

15 May 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with The Seventh Sun (website: http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call)

27 May 1966 – Carousel Club, 1 Camp Road, Farnbrough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

Around May John McLaughlin left and first Mick Barker and then John Smith came in on guitar (Ed: would welcome any insights from readers)

10 June 1966 – Carousel Club, 1 Camp Road, Farnbrough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

15 June 1966 – Orford Cellar, Norwich (Eastern Evening News)

19 June 1966 – Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham (Down at the Boat book)

24 June 1966 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with support (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

29 June 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with Nocturnal (website: http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call)

 

2 July 1966 – Bowes Lyon House, Stevenage, Hertfordshire (Welwyn Times)

July 1966 – Papagayos, St-Tropez, France with Steampacket (Mike Carr recollections)

 

7 September 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with The Charge (website: http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call)

9 September 1966 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker)

10 September 1966 – Tofts, Folkestone, Kent (Melody Maker)

11 September 1966 – Beachcomber, Nottingham with The Jimmy Brown Sound (Nottingham Evening Post)

19 September 1966 – Locarno Ballroom, Bristol (Evening Post)

25 September 1966 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker)

30 September 1966 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Washington DCs (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

Sometime in early October, Speedy Acquaye joined on congas from Georgie Fame’s Blue Flames, having appeared on the sessions for “Number One in Your Heart” earlier in the year

1 October 1966 – Beachcomber, Nottingham with Broodly-Hoo (Nottingham Evening Post)

8 October 1966 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

15 October 1966 – The New All-Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, E1, London (Melody Maker)

23 October 1966 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker)

27 October 1966 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

31 October 1966 – The Village, Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire (Grimsby Evening Telegraph)

Sometime in late October Mike Carr departed. His replacement was Jamaican musician Junior Kerr, who may have joined as late as December.

Kerr came in via backing singers and dancers Cassie and Candy (aka The Satin Dolls) who were part of the Ready Steady Go dancing troupe. They joined around November (Ed: would welcome any reader insights)

2 November 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with The Coloured Raisins (website: http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call)

5 November 1966 – The Union, Manchester University with Cock-A-Hoops and All Soul Band (Manchester Evening News and Chronicle)

13 November 1966 – Beachcomber Club, Nottingham with Sonny Childe & The TNT (Nottingham Evening Post)

14 November 1966 – Stafford College of Art, Stafford, Staffordshire with Powerhouse (Express & Star)

18 November 1966 – South Bank Jazz Club, Grimsby, Humberside (Grimsby Evening Telegraph)

 

2 December 1966 – Dancing Slipper Ballroom, West Bridgeford, Nottingham with The Tribe (Nottingham Evening Post)

4 December 1966 – Douglas House, London with Freddie Mack & The Mack Sound (Melody Maker)

4 December 1966 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker)

14 December 1966 – Stourbridge Town Hall, Stourbridge, West Midlands with The Satin Dolls (Poster)

18 December 1966 – Starlite, Greenford, Middlesex (Melody Maker)

23 December 1966 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London with The Satin Dolls and The Situation (Melody Maker)

30 December 1966 – Chislehurst Caves, Chislehurst, Kent (Melody Maker)

1967:

1 January 1967 – Beachcomber Club, Nottingham with The Satin Dolls (Nottingham Evening Post)

5 January 1967 – Locarno Ballroom, Coventry, West Midlands with The Silverstone Set (Coventry Evening Telegraph)

6 January 1967 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Wynder K Frog (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

7 January 1967 – Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London with Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, The Creation, The Artwoods and St Louis Union (Melody Maker)

11 January 1967 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with John Bryan Fraternity (website: http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call)

13 January 1967 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Satin Dolls and The All Night Workers (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

21 January 1967 – Starlight Room, Boston Gliderdrome, Boston, Lincolnshire with The Satin Dolls, Timebox with Richard Henry, Triads and Ferryboys (Lincolnshire Standard)

26 January 1967 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Jimmy Cliff & The Shakedown Sound (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

February 1967 – Stage Club, Oxford (Cherwell)

6 February 1967 – Queen’s Ballroom, Wolverhampton, West Midlands (Express & Star)

9 February 1967 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Satin Dolls and The In Crowd (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

14 February 1967 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London (Geoff Williams’ research: Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek book)

16 February 1967 – Cadenas Club, Stoke Hotel, Guildford with The Jeremiah Thing (David Else)

21 February 1967 – Pavilion, Bournemouth Colleges Student’s Union, Landsdowne, Dorset with The Palmer James Group (Bournemouth Evening Echo)

23 February 1967– Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The In Crowd (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

4 March 1967 – Royal Lido Ballroom, Prestatyn, Wales with The Raynes (website: www.45worlds.com/live)

25 March 1967 – Gaiety Ballroom, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire with The Legay (website: http://peterboroughimages.co.uk/music/?p=8130)

 

9 April 1967 – Ram Jam, Brixton, London (Melody Maker)

14 April 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London (Melody Maker)

18 April 1967 – Ritz, Bournemouth, Dorset with The Bossmen (Bournemouth Evening Echo)

23 April 1967 – Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham (Down at the Boat book)

26 April 1967 – Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, Kent (Melody Maker)

29 April 1967 – Nite Owl, Leicester (Melody Maker)

Sometime around this period, Linda Lewis also sang with the group briefly having worked with The Q-Set in late 1966. She didn’t stay long and cut a solo single for Polydor that summer. She would reunite though with Kerr soon after

6 May 1967 ­– Shoreline Club, Bognor Regis, West Sussex with The In Crowd (Dave Allen research)

27 May 1967 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London (Geoff Williams’ research: Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek book)

29 May 1967 – Supreme Eastern Esplanade, Ramsgate, Kent with The Satin Dolls and Len Marshall Sound (Melody Maker/East Kent Times & Mail)

 

2 June 1967 – Upper Cut, Forest Gate, London with The Satin Dolls (Melody Maker)

 

1 July 1967 – Supreme Eastern Esplanade, Ramsgate, Kent (East Kent Times & Mail)

8 July 1967 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

10 July 1967 – Queen’s Ballroom, Wolverhampton, West Midlands (Express & Star)

29 July 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London with The Fraternity and The Army (Melody Maker)

I would welcome any further insights from readers but I believe that in late July/early August, the group headed to Italy for a short tour. John Smith and Bill Stephens left on the eve of the tour and former Pack/Flowers of Wisdom members Andy Rickell and Terry Stannard joined. Stannard had recently worked with Freddie Mack.

The tour was a disaster and all of the equipment was stolen. Most of the group returned home and Junior Kerr, Andy Rickell and Terry Stannard formed White Rabbit with former member Linda Lewis

A new formation was formed on Goins’ return:

Herbie Goins – lead vocals

John Smith – guitar (may have returned or another guitarist?)

Mick Eve – tenor saxophone

Harry Beckett – trumpet

Speedy Acquaye – congas

John Carroll – Hammond organ

Dave Price – bass

Ian Hague – drums (ex-Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds/The Nice)

+ Satin Dolls backing singers/dancers Cassie and Candy

 

19 August 1967 – Wellington Club, Dereham, Norfolk with The Midnight Times (North Norfolk News)

20 August 1967 – Beachcomber, Nottingham with Satin Dolls (Nottingham Evening Post)

25 August 1967 – Steering Wheel, Dorchester, Dorset with The Cellar Rats (Dorset Evening Echo)

27 August 1967 – Redcar Jazz Club, Redcar, North Yorkshire with The Bluecaps (Dennis Weller, Chris Scott Wilson and Graham Lowe’s book)

30 August 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London (Melody Maker)

 

6 September 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London (Melody Maker)

11 September 1967 – Ritz, Bournemouth, Dorset (Bournemouth Evening Echo)

13 September 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London (Melody Maker)

20 September 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London (Melody Maker)

27 September 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London (Melody Maker)

30 September 1967 – Glastonbury Town Hall, Glastonbury, Somerset with The Safety Catch (Somerset County Gazette)

 

3 October 1967 – Bournemouth Pavilion, Bournemouth, Dorset with Granny’s Intentions and The Palmer James Group (Bournemouth Evening Echo)

20 October 1967 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker)

21 October 1967 – Northwich Memorial Hall, Northwich, Cheshire (Crewe Chronicle)

29 October 1967 – South Bank Jazz Club, Grimsby, Humberside (Grimsby Evening Telegraph)

 

2 December 1967 – Pearce Hall, Maidenhead, Berkshire with Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Titch and The Echoes (Bucks Free Press)

9 December 1967 – Upper Cut, Forest Gate, London with Ferris Wheel (Melody Maker)

14 December 1967 – Student’s Union, University of East Anglia, Norwich with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds and The Reasons (Eastern Evening News)

25 December 1967 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker) Guest with The Tonicks, Ronnie Jones, Owen Grey and The Youth

1968:

Sometime in early 1968, Alan Roskams joined on guitar from The Gass

8 March 1968 – Club A Go Go, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear (website: http://www.readysteadygone.co.uk/club-agogo-newcastle-2/)

18 March 1968 – Park Hall Hotel, Goldthorn Park, Wolverhampton, West Midlands with Time and Mr Showbiz (Express & Star)

30 March 1968 – Ewell College, Ewell, Surrey (Melody Maker)

John Carroll left about this time to join The Flowerpot Men’s backing band. Former member Junior Kerr briefly returned as footage from French TV show Bouton Rouge dated 4 April suggests

Eddie Thornton, who’d worked with Georgie Fame, also joined in time for the French tour on trumpet, took over from Harry Beckett

21 April 1968 – Le Metro, Birmingham (Birmingham Evening Mail)

26 April 1968 – Cue Club, Paddington (Melody Maker)

27 April 1968 – Ettington Park Hotel, Alderminster, near Stratford, Warwickshire (Birmingham Evening Mail)

 

4 May 1968 – Wolverhampton College of Technology, Wolverhampton, West Midlands with Soul Seekers (Express & Star)

19 May 1968 – Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, Kent (Poster)

Junior Kerr left again to form Junior’s Conquest. Not sure if he was replaced on Hammond organ

16 June 1968 – Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, Kent with The Satin Dolls (Poster)

Around September 1968, Dave Price and Alan Roskams left. Would welcome insights from readers but I think a new formation featured the following:

Herbie Goins – lead vocals

Kelvin Bullen – lead guitar (ex-Joe E Young & The Tonicks)

Hugh Bullen – bass (ex-Joe E Young & The Tonicks)

Mick Eve – tenor saxophone

Eddie Thornton – trumpet

Speedy Acquaye – congas

Ian Hague – drums

+ Satin Dolls backing singers/dancers Cassie and Candy

 

7 October 1968 – Quaintways, Chester, Cheshire with Perfumed Garden, The Hands and Wall City Jazzmen (website: www.45worlds.com/live)

 

10 December 1968 – King’s College, Strand, London with The Nice and The Circus (Melody Maker)

1969:

Sometime in early 1969, Ian Hague left to join J J Jackson’s backing band

21 February 1969 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker)

 

1 March 1969 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker)

 

13 April 1969 – Blaises, London (Hounslow Post)

 

2 May 1969 – Lyceum Ballroom, Strand, London with Alan Bown, Spooky Tooth, Jon Hiseman’s Colosseum and Portrait (Melody Maker)

24 May 1969 – Farnborough Technical College Students’ Union, Farnborough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

Soon after the above gig, the band landed a part-time residency in Rome, Italy

I would welcome any insights from readers on what happened next with the band’s formation

I’d like to thank David Else for generously sharing his own history on the band and helping to cross check timelines and facts. Also, thanks to Mick Eve for his insights.

Sonny Childe & The TNT’s gigs 1966-1967

Welcome to another posting of a series of gig listings for 1960s bands. None of these lists is exhaustive and my idea is to add to them in the comments section below over time. They are here for future researchers to draw on.  I have also added a few interesting bits of information and will add images in time.

I’d like to encourage band members to get in touch to share memories, or for anyone to send corrections/clarifications to my email: Warchive@aol.com 

Equally important, if you attended any of the gigs below or played in the support band, please do leave your memories below in the comments section for future historians to use. If you know of any missing gigs, please add them too, if possible, with the sources.

SONNY CHILDE & THE TNT:

1966:

Having worked with Elders Consolidated from late 1964 to mid-1965 and The Cool School from mid-late 1965, Sonny Childe also worked briefly with The Pyramids.

In March 1966, he played at the Flamingo in Soho with The Alexis Korner Band and then was backed by various groups before joining Freddie Mack around May 1966.

5 March 1966 – King Mojo, Sheffield, South Yorkshire with Dicky Pride (The Star) Backed by The Sidewinders

6 March 1966 – New All Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, E1, London (Melody Maker) Does not list who backed him

 

1 May 1966 – Cue Club, Paddington, London with The Square Deals (Melody Maker) This was Sonny Childe & The Charms and possibly just before he joined Freddie Mack

Childe worked with Freddie Mack from around early May to early July 1966 when he split with Mack’s backing group This ‘N’ That with the line-up listed below:

 

Sonny Childe – lead vocals

Ernie Hayes – lead guitar

Mike Vaughan-Jones – organ

Derek Bond – bass

Phil Kenzie – saxophone

Ashton Tootell – saxophone

Richard “Nobby” Clarke – saxophone

John Pritchard – trumpet

Marc Charig – trumpet

Eddie Lincoln – congas

Billy Adamson – drums

 

6 July 1966 – Town Hall, High Wycombe, Bucks (Bucks Free Press)

23 July 1966 – New All Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, E1, London (Melody Maker)

 

6 August 1966 – New All Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, E1, London (Melody Maker) TNT not mentioned in billing

27 August 1966 – New All Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, E1, London (Melody Maker) TNT not mentioned in the billing

 

3 September 1966 – Holocombe Rogus near Wellington, Devon with The Four Hits Plus and The Shaky Notes Dance Band (Express & Echo) Billed as Explosive TNT

10 September 1966 – St George’s Hall, Exeter, Devon (Express & Echo) Billed as TNT Group

17 September 1966 – Beachcomber, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

20 September 1966 – Chinese R&B Club, Corn Exchange, Bristol (Evening Post)

23 September 1966 – Regency Ballroom, Bath with People’s People (Poster)

 

1 October 1966 – New All Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, E1, London (Melody Maker) TNT not mentioned

14 October 1966 – Britannia Rowing Club, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

15 October 1966 – Beachcomber, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

17 October 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The VIPs (Melody Maker)

21 October 1966 – Starlite, Greenford, Middlesex (Melody Maker)

22 October 1966 – New All Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, E1, London (Melody Maker) TNT not mentioned

 

1 November 1966 – Chinese R&B Jazz Club, Bristol (Evening Post)

3 November 1966 – Tiles, London with The Question (Melody Maker)

4 November 1966 – King Mojo, Sheffield, South Yorkshire with The Coasters and The Noblemen (The Star)

7 November 1966 – Belfry, Wishaw, West Midlands with The Blaises (Birmingham Evening Mail)

10 November 1966 – Tiles, London with Rey Anton & The Pro Form (Melody Maker)

12 November 1966 – Harpenden Public Hall, Harpenden, Hertfordshire

13 November 1966 – Beachcomber Club, Nottingham with Herbie Goins & The Night Timers (Nottingham Evening Post)

16 November 1966 – Elbow Room, Aston, West Midlands (Birmingham Evening Mail)

18 November 1966 – New All Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, E1, London (Melody Maker) TNT not mentioned

 

11 December 1966 – Beachcomber Club, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

12 December 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Stormville Shakers (Melody Maker)

17 December 1966 – Midnight City, Digbeth, West Midlands with Ike & Tina Turner Revue and Tropical Boot Company (Birmingham Evening Mail)

23 December 1966 – Bath Regency Ballroom, Bath with The Spectres (Poster)

31 December 1966 – Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, Norfolk with The Knack and The Eyes of Blond (Julie Fielder book: What Flo Said Next)

1967:

1 January 1967 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker) Billed as Sonny Childe & His Band

6 January 1967 – Starlite, Greenford, Middlesex with The Syn (Melody Maker) Billed as just TNT

20 January 1967 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Felders Orioles (Melody Maker)

21 January 1967 – Ricky Tick, Hounslow, Middlesex (Melody Maker)

28 January 1967 – Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, Norfolk with The New Generation (Julie Fielder book: What Flo Said Next)

 

5 February 1967 – King Mojo, Sheffield, South Yorkshire (The Star)

10 February 1967 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Goodtime Band (Melody Maker)

18 February 1967 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker) Billed as & His 15-piece band

23 February 1967 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London (Melody Maker)

For the Roy Orbison tour, the group were reported as being a ten piece sax band

26 March 1967 – Coventry Theatre, Coventry, West Midlands with Roy Orbison, The Small Faces, Paul & Barry Ryan, Jeff Beck, The Settlers, The Robb Storme Group (David Else research)

31 March 1967 – Odeon Cheltenham, Gloucestershire with Roy Orbison, The Small Faces, Paul & Barry Ryan, Jeff Beck, The Settlers, The Robb Storme Group (Melody Maker)

 

6 April 1967 – Adelphi, Slough, Berkshire with Roy Orbison, The Small Faces, Paul & Barry Ryan, The Settlers and The Robb Storme Group (Windsor, Slough & Eton Express)

8 April 1967 – Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex (Southend Standard)

14 April 1967 – Cue Club, Paddinton, London (Melody Maker) Billed as Sonny Childe Show with The TNT Band

15 April 1967 – Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, Norfolk with Soul Concern (Julie Fielder book: What Flo Said Next)

22 April 1967 – Nite Owl, Leicester with Mary Wells (Leicester Mercury)

23 April 1967 – Beau Brummel Club, Alvaston Hall Hotel, Nantwich, Cheshire with The Sound Society (Crewe Chronicle)

27 April 1967 – Locarno Ballroom, Coventry, West Midlands (Coventry Evening Telegraph)

29 April 1967 – The Pitch, Birmingham, West Midlands (Birmingham Evening Mail)

 

20 May 1967 – Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, Norfolk with New Generation (Julie Fielder book: What Flo Said Next)

29 May 1967 – Redcar Jazz Club, Redcar, North Yorkshire with The Artwoods and The Real McCoy (Dennis Weller, Chris Scott Wilson and Graham Lowe’s book)

 

16 June 1967 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Mud (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

Around July/August, Sonny Childe, who was Sam Cooke’s nephew and later found fame as R B Greaves, split with TNT.

Kenzie joined Tuesday’s Children briefly. Hayes, Vaughan-Jones and Adamson joined the Jet Harris Band for a few months and then added Eddie Philips from The Creation on bass and brought back Phil Kenzie to reform TNT as PP Arnold’s backing group in November.

Sunday early October 1967 – Kirklevington Country Club, Kirklevington, North Yorkshire (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette) With Maxine Brown

PP Arnold & The TNT:

26 November 1967 – Redcar Jazz Club, Redcar, North Yorkshire with The Bluecaps (Dennis Weller, Chris Scott Wilson and Graham Lowe’s book)

 

7 December 1967 – Matlock Baths, Matlock, Derbyshire with Locomotive (Derby Evening Telegraph) Does not mention The TNT but seems likely

8 December 1967 – South Bank Jazz Club, Grimsby, Humberside with The Rumble Band (Grimsby Evening Telegraph)

1968:

6 January 1968 – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, Kent (Folkestone & Hythe Gazette) Does not mention TNT

Kenzie left around February to rejoin Freddie Mack and later played with Sweetwater Canal

12 May 1968 – Beau Brummel, Alvaston Hall Hotel, Nantwich, Cheshire with Jaytree Organisation (Crewe Chronicle)

Many thanks to David Else for providing additional dates and information from his own research.

 

The Shevelles’ gigs 1964-1968

Welcome to another posting of a series of gig listings for 1960s bands. None of these lists is exhaustive and my idea is to add to them in the comments section below over time. They are here for future researchers to draw on and, where possible, I have added the sources used, whether they are newspapers or websites.  I have also added a few interesting bits of information and will add images in time.

I’d like to encourage band members to get in touch to share memories, or for anyone to send corrections/clarifications to my email: Warchive@aol.com 

Equally important, if you attended any of the gigs below or played in the support band, please do leave your memories below in the comments section for future historians to use. If you know of any missing gigs, please add them too, if possible, with the sources.

THE SHEVELLES:

1964:

3 April 1964 – Continental Dancing Club, Edmonton, Middlesex (Tottenham Weekly Herald) Billed as The Shevelles with Tony Sherveraton

 

19 June 1964 – Winchester Lido, Winchester, Hampshire with Mark Stevens & The Travellers (Hampshire & Berkshire Gazette) Billed as Tony Sheveraton and The Shevelles

 

25 October 1964 – Trend Club, Colchester, Essex (Essex Chronicle)

 

28 November 1964 – Galaxy Club, Town Hall, Basingstoke, Hampshire with The Other Versions (Hampshire & Berkshire Gazette)

 

12 December 1964 – Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex with Howlin’ Wolf and The Moody Blues (Essex Chronicle)

1965:

4 March 1965 – Studio, Westcliffe, Essex (Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser)

 

17 April 1965 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex with The Washington DC’s (Roger Bistow’s research at Dizzy Tiger Music website)

20 April 1965 – Bluesville, Aylesbury, Bucks (website: http://aylesburymusictown.co.uk/)

 

3 May 1965 – Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, Middlesex (Leyton, Leytonstone and Waltham Forest Guardian)

 

8 July 1965 – Birdcage, Kimbells Ballroom, Southsea, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

10 July 1965 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Washington DCs and Jean & The Statesiders (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

25 July 1965 – Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham (Down at the Boat book)

 

5 August 1965 – Birdcage, Kimbells Ballroom, Southsea, Hampshire with Sugar Pie Desanto (Dave Allen research)

6 August 1965 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham with Sugar Pie Desanto (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/)

10 August 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Mark Leeman Five (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live) Backed Sugar Pie Desanto

23 August 1965 – Galaxy Club, Town Hall, Basingstoke, Hampshire with Sugar Pie De Santo (Hampshire & Berkshire Gazette)

 

2 September 1965 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London (Geoff Williams research: Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek book)

10 September 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

16 September 1965 – Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, Middlesex (Tottenham Weekly Herald)

 

7 October 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

14 October 1965 – Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, Middlesex (Tottenham Weekly Herald)

16 October 1965 – Club A Go Go, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear with Junco Partners (website: http://www.readysteadygone.co.uk/club-agogo-newcastle-2/)

 

5 November 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

18 November 1965 – Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, Middlesex (Tottenham Weekly Herald)

 

4 December 1965 – Club A Go Go, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear with The Mickey Finn (website: http://www.readysteadygone.co.uk/club-agogo-newcastle-2/)

30 December 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

1966:

23 January 1966 – Agincourt Ballroom, Camberley, Surrey with Pinkerton’s Assorted Colours (Aldershot News)

 

5 February 1966 – Club A Go Go, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear with The Crying Shame (website: http://www.readysteadygone.co.uk/club-agogo-newcastle-2/)

26 February 1966 – Ram Jam, Brixton, London (Melody Maker)

 

6 March 1966 – Blue Moon, Hayes, Middlesex (Melody Maker)

11 March 1966 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

27 March 1966 – Pontiac Club, Zeeta House, Putney, London, SW15 (Melody Maker)

28 March 1966 – Carousel Club, 1 Camp Road, Farnborough, Hampshire with The Kinks (Aldershot News)

 

2 April 1966 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham with Martha & Th Vandellas (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/)

7 April 1966 – The Village, Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire (Grimsby Evening Telegraph)

14 April 1966 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London (Geoff Williams research: Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek book)

24 April 1966 – Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham (Down at the Boat book)

 

9 May 1966 – Atlanta Ballroom, Woking, Surrey (Aldershot News)

 

24 June 1966 – Carousel Club, 1 Camp Road, Farnborough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

 

27 July 1966 – The Cromwellian, South Kensington, London (Fabulous 208)

 

9 September 1966 – Carousel Club, 1 Camp Road, Farnborough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

15 September 1966 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London (Geoff Williams research: Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek book)

29 September 1966 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

 

3 October 1966 – Atlanta Ballroom, Woking, Surrey (Aldershot News)

11 October 1966 – The Cromwellian, South Kensington, London (Fabulous 208)

16 October 1966 – Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham (Down at the Boat book)

26 October 1966 – Club A Go Go, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear with The Gas Board (website: http://www.readysteadygone.co.uk/club-agogo-newcastle-2/)

 

18 November 1966 – Flamingo, Soho with Sean Downley Set and Tina and Johnny Glover (Melody Maker)

27 November 1966 – Britannia Rowing Club, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

 

9 December 1966 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

1967:

8 January 1967 – Ricky Tick, Hounslow, Middlesex (Melody Maker)

21 January 1967 – Flamingo, Soho, London with The Questions (Melody Maker)

 

10 February 1967 – Tiger’s Head, Catford, Kent (South East London Mercury)

26 February 1967 – Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham (Down at the Boat book)

 

6 March 1967 – Atlanta Ballroom, Woking, Surrey (Aldershot News)

18 March 1967 – Chelmsford Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex (Essex Chronicle)

31 March 1967 – Dancing Slipper, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

 

14 April 1967 – Ram Jam, Brixton, London (Melody Maker)

15 April 1967 – Britannia Rowing Club, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

29 April 1967 – Ram Jam, Brixton, London with The Gass (Melody Maker)

 

15 May 1967 – Kirklevington Country Club, Kirklevington, North Yorkshire (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)

 

11 June 1967 – Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham (Down at the Boat book)

24 June 1967 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Crestas and The Associates (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

24 June 1967 – Cue Club, Paddington (Melody Maker) Billed as The Shevelles Band

 

6 August 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London (Melody Maker)

13 August 1967 – Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, Kent (Poster)

19 August 1967 – Maidstone Corn Exchange, Maidstone, Kent with Inspiration (Maidstone Gazette)

20 August 1967 – Union Rowing Club, Trent Bridge, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

 

2 September 1967 – Upper Cut, Forest Gate, London  with The Creation (Melody Maker)

10 September 1967 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London (Melody Maker)

24 September 1967 – Nottingham Boat Club, Nottingham (Down at the Boat book)

30 September 1967 – Chelmsford Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex (Essex Chronicle)

 

1 October 1967 – Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, Kent (Poster)

13 October 1967 – Oak Leaf Hotel, South Bank, Middlesbrough with Diane Ferraz & The Ferris Wheel (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette) Billed as Mike Stevens & The Shevelles

20 October 1967 – Papas, Landsdowne, Dorset (Bournemouth Evening Echo)

 

3 November 1967 – Rugby Town Hall, Rugby, Warwickshire (Leicester Mercury)

10 November 1967 – Cue Club, Paddington, London (Melody Maker)

24 November 1967 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Crew and Jo Jo Gunne (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

 

1 December 1967 – Il Rondo, Leicester (Leicester Mercury)

12 December 1967 – Bournemouth College Students’ Union, Bournemouth, Dorset with Traffic and Soul Foundation (Bournemouth Echo)

24 December 1967 – Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, Kent with Terry Lightfoot Band (Poster)

1968:

11 January 1968 – Bag O’Nails, Kingley Street, Soho, London (Fabulous 208)

11 January 1968 – The Cromwellian, South Kensington, London (Fabulous 208)

 

23-24 January 1968 – Bag O’Nails, Kingley Street, Soho, London (Fabulous 208)

23-24 January 1968 – The Cromwellian, South Kensington, London (Fabulous 208)

30 January 1968 – Public Hall, Witham, Essex (Melody Maker)

31 January 1968 – The Cromwellian, South Kensington, London with Wee Willie Harris (Fabulous 208)

 

17 February 1968 – Brave New World, Eastney, Hampshire (website: http://michaelcooper.org.uk/C/birdcage.htm)

23 February 1968 – Pantiles, Bagshot, Surrey (Melody Maker)

 

2 March 1968 – Polytechnic, Little Titchfield Street with support (Melody Maker)

24 March 1968 – Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, Kent (Poster)

 

12 May 1968 – Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, Kent (Poster)

29 May 1968 – Summerhill House Hotel, Kingswinford, West Midlands (Express & Star)

30 May 1968 – Black Prince Hotel, Bexley, Kent (Poster)

 

4 July 1968 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London (Geoff Williams research: Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek book)

 

20 December 1968 – Ealing Town Hall, Ealing, Middlesex (Melody Maker)

Dave Antony’s Moods’ gigs 1965-1967

Welcome to another posting of a series of gig listings for 1960s bands. None of these lists is exhaustive and my idea is to add to them in the comments section below over time. They are here for future researchers to draw on and, where possible, I have added some of the sources used at the end, whether they are newspapers or websites.  I have also added a few interesting bits of information and will add images in time.

I’d like to encourage band members to get in touch to share memories, or for anyone to send corrections/clarifications to my email: Warchive@aol.com 

Equally important, if you attended any of the gigs below or played in the support band, please do leave your memories below in the comments section for future historians to use. If you know of any missing gigs, please add them too, if possible, with the sources.

DAVE ANTONY’S MOODS:

1965:

6 October 1965 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with Jimmy James & TheVagabonds

9 October 1965 – El Partido, Lewisham, London with Next of Kin, The Loose Ends and Duke Lee

16 October 1965 – 100 Club, Oxford Street, London with The Artwoods and The Loose Ends

24 October 1965 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with Jesse Fuller

 

6 November 1965 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with Neil Sedalia Jazzband

19 November 1966 – Beachcomber, Nottingham

24 November 1965 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with The Right Track

 

1 December 1965 – 100 Club, Oxford Street, London

2 December 1965 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London

4 December 1965 – Dungeon, Nottingham

8 December 1965 – 100 Club, Oxford Street, London

11 December 1965 – 100 Club, Oxford Street, London with Artwoods and Five Proud Walkers

15 December 1965 – 100 Club, Oxford Street, London

22 December 1965 – 100 Club, Oxford Street, London

29 December 1965 ­– 100 Club, Oxford Street, London

1966:

1 January 1966 – Beachcomber, Nottingham

 

2 February 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Al Stewart

12 February 1966 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Goldie & The Gingerbreads, Jeff Curtis & The Flames and The Game

26 February 1966 – Carousel Club, Farnborough, Hampshire with Goldie & The Gingerbreads and The Tremors

 

13 March 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex

 

13 April 1966 – Target Paul’s Row, High Wycombe, Bucks

27 April 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex

 

8 May 1966 – Orford Cellar, Norwich, Norfolk

18 May 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with John Lee’s Groundhogs

30 May 1966 – Redcar Jazz Club, Redcar, North Yorkshire with The Mark Leeman Five, The Graham Bond Organisation and The Alan Bown Set

 

4 June 1966 – Haymarket Lounge, Basingstoke, Hampshire

12 June 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with the Artwoods

16 June 1966 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London

17 June 1966 – Il Rondo, Leicester

 

2 July 1966 – Cromford, Derbyshire (venue not known)

3 July 1966 – Dereham Tavern, Dereham, Norfolk with Barry Lee Show

4 July 1966 – Tiles, London

6 July 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with Deakin Lewis Band

9 July 1966 – Burlesque, Leicester with King Loon

15 July 1966 – Ram Jam, Brixton, London

16 July 1966 – Crown Hotel, Poole, Dorset

17 July 1966 – Downs Ballroom, Hassocks, West Sussex with The Move

23 July 1966 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex with Beat Syndicate

23 July 1966 – Le Metro, Birmingham, West Midlands

27 July 1966 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London

31 July 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with The Kleek

 

4 August 1966 – Adam & Eve, Southampton, Hampshire

13 August 1966 – Ram Jam, Brixton, London with Rick ‘N’ Beckers

14 August 1966 – Agincourt Ballroom, Camberley, Surrey with support

15 August 1966 – Woodhall Community Centre, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

18 August 1966 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London

31 August 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex

 

2 September 1966 – Regency Ballroom, Bath with The Night Shift

11 September 1966 – Dereham Tavern, Dereham, Norfolk with Barry Lee Show

21 September 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with The Convention

22 September 1966 – Adam & Eve, Southampton, Hampshire

 

1 October 1966 – Tiles, London with The Uglys and The Ensemble

2 October 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with John Dummer Blues Band

6 October 1966 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London

7 October 1966 – Fiesta Hall, Andover, Hampshire

8 October 1966 – Blue Moon, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

9 October 1966 – Dereham Tavern, Dereham, Norfolk with Barry Lee Show

14 October 1966 – Pastures Hospital, Mickleover, Derby, Derbyshire

15 October 1966 – St Michael’s Youth Centre, Sydenham, Kent

16 October 1966 – Le Metro, Birmingham, West Midlands

17 October 1966 – Baldock Youth Centre, Baldock, Hertfordshire

20 October 1966 – BRC Club, Stafford, Staffordshire

21 October 1966 – New Addington Hotel, Croydon, Surrey

22 October 1966 – Witchdoctor, Catford, London

27 October 1966 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London

30 October 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with Embers West

 

1 November 1966 – Concorde, Southampton, Hampshire

4 November 1966 – Il Rondo, Leicester, Leicestershire

5 November 1966 – Matlock Bath Pavilion, Matlock, Derbyshire with Wynder K Frog

7 November 1966 – Tiles, London with Carl Douglas & The Big Stampede

13 November 1966 – The Place, Hanley, Staffordshire

16 November 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with A Q Blues Band

17 November 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Move

19 November 1966 – Le Metro, Birmingham, West Midlands

19 November 1966 – King Mojo, Sheffield with Ben E King and Chapter 5

20 November 1966 – Le Metro, Birmingham, West Midlands

 

1 December 1966 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, London

2 December 1966 – Winter Gardens, Penzance, Cornwall with The Jaguars

3-4 December 1966 – Flamingo Ballroom, Redruth, Cornwall

7 December 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with John Dummer Blues Band

9 December 1966 – Golden Torch, Tunstall, Staffordshire with The Syn and Gary Farr & The T-Bones

10 December 1966 – Club A Go-Go, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear with Junco Partners

17 December 1966 – New Spot, Gosport, Hampshire

18 December 1966 – Golden Torch, Tunstall, Staffordshire

24 December 1966 – Flamingo, London with Blue Healers

1967:

18 January 1967 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex

21 January 1967 – Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex with The Small Faces

Melody Maker notes no vacant dates from February-May 1967 (band went to Italy)

Sources are not complete but include:

Cambridgeshire Times, Derby Evening Telegraph, Express and Star, Evening Argus (Brighton), Evening Post, Evening Sentinel, Gloucestershire Echo, Leicester Mercury, Melody Maker, Southern Aldershot News, Evening Echo, West Briton & Royal Cornwall Gazette, Eastern Evening News, Fabulous 208, Welwyn Times, Bucks Free Press, Essex Chronicle, Birmingham Evening Mail, Nottingham Evening Post, Andover Advertiser. Websites include: http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call

 

 

 

The Fleur De Lys’ gigs 1964-1969

Welcome to another posting of a series of gig listings for 1960s bands. None of these lists is exhaustive and my idea is to add to them in the comments section below over time. They are here for future researchers to draw on and, where possible, I have added the sources used, whether they are newspapers or websites.  I have also added a few interesting bits of information and will add images in time.

I’d like to encourage band members to get in touch to share memories, or for anyone to send corrections/clarifications to my email: Warchive@aol.com 

Equally important, if you attended any of the gigs below or played in the support band, please do leave your memories below in the comments section for future historians to use. If you know of any missing gigs, please add them too, if possible, with the sources.

(LES) FLEUR DE LYS:

 1964:

3 October 1964 – TA Centre, Andover, Hampshire (Andover Advertiser)

1965:

20 March 1965 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Searchers and The Nomads (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

9 April 1965 – Fiesta Hall, Andover, Hampshire (Andover Advertiser)

19 May 1965 – TA Centre, Andover, Hampshire with The Birds and Ten Feet Five (Andover Advertiser)

29 May 1965 – Gala Ballroom, Norwich with Wayfares (Eastern Evening News)

 

18 June 1965 – Fiesta Hall, Andover, Hampshire (Andover Advertiser)

 

7 August 1965 – Salisbury City Hall, Salisbury, Wiltshire with Ricky Vermone & The Pathfinders (Frogg Moody and Richard Nash’s book Hold Tight!)

 

10 September 1965 – Fiesta Hall, Andover, Hampshrie (Andover Advertiser)

 

13 November 1965 – Orchid Ballroom, Oxford, Oxfordshire with The Shakeouts (Oxford Mail)

 

14 December 1965 – Youth & Adult Centre, Andover, Hampshire (Andover Advertiser)

1966:

4 March 1966 – Fiesta Hall, Andover, Hampshire (Andover Advertiser)

5 March 1966 – Princess Pavilion, Falmouth, Cornwall with The Climates (West Briton & The Royal Cornwall Gazette)

12 March 1966 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds and The Essex Five (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

13 March 1966 – Tower Ballroom, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk with The Cheaters (Eastern Evening News)

24 March 1966 – Salisbury City Hall, Salisbury, Wiltshire with The Fortunes (Frogg Moody and Richard Nash’s book Hold Tight!)

 

15 April 1966 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Guy Darrell and The Rising Sons (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

 

13 May 1966 – Tower Ballroom, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk with Mood Indigoes (Eastern Evening News)

 

5 August 1966 – Southampton Guildhall with Nite People, The Footprints and The Blue Stars (Southampton Evening Echo)

27 August 1966 – Adelphi Ballroom, Slough, Berkshire (Windsor, Slough and Eton Express)

 

16 September 1966 – Flamingo, Soho, London (Melody Maker)

17 September 1966 – Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, Norfolk with The Roosters (straight from Flamingo, Soho) (Eastern Evening News)

20 September 1966 – Flamingo, Soho, London with Gaylords (Melody Maker)

24 September 1966 – Tiles, Oxford Street, London with The Guests and C-Jam Blues Band (Melody Maker)

 

2 October 1966 – Adelphi Ballroom, Slough, Berkshire (Windsor, Slough and Eton Express)

10 October 1966 – Black Triangle, Southampton (Southern Evening Echo)

22 October 1966 – TA Centre, Andover, Hampshire (Andover Advetiser)

24 October 1966 – Black Triangle, Southampton (Southern Evening Echo)

30 October 1966 – Black Triangle, Southampton (Southern Evening Echo)

 

5 November 1966 – Atlanta Ballroom, Woking, Surrey with support (Aldershot News)

10 November 1966 – Ashton Palais, Ashton under Lyne, Greater Manchester with Lee Dorsey (Manchester Evening News and Chronicle)

19 November 1966 – Witchdoctor, Catford, London (South East London Mercury)

 

3 December 1966 – Cromfield Hall, Romsey, Hampshire (Southern Evening Echo)

21 December 1966 – Hampton Park Hotel, Southampton, Hampshire (Southern Evening Echo)

31 December 1966 – St George’s Hall, Exeter, Devon with support (Express & Echo)

1967:

8 January 1967 – Adelphi Ballroom, Slough, Berkshire (Windsor, Slough and Eton Express)

13 January 1967 – Moorhill Youth Club, Southampton, Hampshire (Southern Evening Echo)

14 January 1967 – Gaiety Ballroom, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire with The Vivas (website: http://peterboroughimages.co.uk/music/?p=8130)

 

3 February 1967 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Ronnie Jones & The Blue Jays (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

11 February 1967 – Dreamland, Margate, Kent with The Searchers (East Kent Times & Mail)

 

14 March 1967 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex (Roger Bistow’s research at Dizzy Tiger Music website)

15 March 1967 – Dreamland, Margate, Kent (East Kent Times & Mail)

18 March 1967 – Lion Hotel, Warrington, Cheshire with Chapter 6 and Expressions (Warrington Guardian)

19 March 1967 – Carlton Club, Warrington, Cheshire (Warrington Guardian)

25 March 1967 – Co-op, Rainbow Suite, Birmingham (Birmingham Evening Mail)

27 March 1967 – Dreamland, Margate, Kent with Mike Berry & The Luvvers (East Kent Times & Mail)

 

2 April 1967 – Adelphi Ballroom, Slough, Berkshire (Windsor, Slough and Eton Express)

10 April 1967 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Herd (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

29 April 1967 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex with Odds On (Roger Bistow’s research at Dizzy Tiger Music website)

 

6 May 1967 – Dreamland, Margate, Kent with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (East Kent Times & Mail)

7 May 1967 – Dreamland, Margate, Kent (East Kent Times & Mail)

13 May 1967 – Witchdoctor, Catford, London (South East London Mercury)

 

10 June 1967 – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, Kent with Crispian St Peters (Folkestone & Hythe Gazette)

23 June 1967 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex (Roger Bistow’s research at Dizzy Tiger Music website)

The following are billed as Sharon Tandy and The Fleur De Lys

3 August 1967 – Speakeasy, W1, London (Fabulous 208/Mick Capewell’s Marmalade Skies)

 

29 February 1968 – Speakeasy, W1, London (Fabulous 208/Mick Capewell’s Marmalade Skies)

 

22 November 1968 – Fishmonger’s Arms, Wood Green, London with Eyes of Blue (Melody Maker)

24 November 1968 – Beau Brummel Club, Alvaston Hall Hotel, Nantwich, Cheshire, Nantwich, Cheshire (Northwich Chronicle)

1969:

15 February 1969 – 76 Club, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire (website: http://www.76club.org.uk/gigs.html)

 

 

Mark Leeman Five gigs 1963-1966

Welcome to another posting of a series of gig listings for 1960s bands. None of these lists is exhaustive and my idea is to add to them in the comments section below over time. They are here for future researchers to draw on and, where possible, I have added the sources used, whether they are newspapers or websites.  I have also added a few interesting bits of information and will add images in time.

I’d like to encourage band members to get in touch to share memories, or for anyone to send corrections/clarifications to my email: Warchive@aol.com 

Equally important, if you attended any of the gigs below or played in the support band, please do leave your memories below in the comments section for future historians to use. If you know of any missing gigs, please add them too, if possible, with the sources.

THE MARK LEEMAN FIVE:

1963:

25 October 1963 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Big Three, The Undertakers and Jackie Frisco (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

 

28 December 1963 – Pontiac Club, Zeeta House, Putney, London, SW15 with Manfred Mann (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

1964:

14 January 1964 – St Mary’s Hall, Putney, London, SW15 with Manfred Mann (Blues-rock Explosion book, edited by Summer McStravick and John Roos)

20 March 1964 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers, The Redcaps and Troy Dante & The Infernos (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

13 April 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

25 April 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

9 May 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

16 May 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

23 May 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

30 May 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

1 June 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Bluebirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

6 June 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

8 June 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

13 June 1964 – Continental Dancing Club, Edmonton, Middlesex (Tottenham Weekly Herald)

13 June 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette) Likely but not confirmed

15 June 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

20 June 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette) Likely but not confirmed

22 June 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

27 June 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

29 June 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

30 June 1964 – Nurses Club, Jolly Gardeners, Isleworth, Middlesex with Frankie Reid & The Casuals (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

4 July 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

6 July 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

11 July 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

18 July 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

1 August 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

3 August 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

8 August 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette) Likely but not confirmed

15 August 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette) Likely but not confirmed

22 August 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette) Likely but not confirmed

29 August 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette) Likely but not confirmed

 

5 September 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette) Likely but not confirmed

12 September 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

19 September 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

26 September 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette) Likely but not confirmed

 

3 October 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

17 October 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

24 October 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

31 October 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

2 November 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

7 November 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

9 November 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

14 November 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

16 November 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

28 November 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

5 December 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

7 December 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Moody Blues (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

13 December 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

14 December 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Moody Blues (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

20 Decembr 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

21 December 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Moody Blues (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

26 December 1964 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex with The Hobos (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

28 December 1964 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

1965:

4 January 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Moody Blues (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

10 January 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

11 January 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

17 January 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

18 January 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

24 January 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

25 January 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

1 February 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Yardbirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

14 February 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

21 February 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

22 February 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Moody Blues (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

28 February 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

1 March 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

5 March 1965 – Radio Caroline Sounds of ’65, Fairfield Hall, Croydon, Surrey with The Moody Blues, The Yardbirds and Ronnie Jones & The Night Timers (Chris Broom book: Rockin’ and Around Croydon)

6 March 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

8 March 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Yardbirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

15 March 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

21 March 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

22 March 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Moody Blues (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

28 March 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

29 March 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Yardbirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

30 March 1965 – Nurses Club, Jolly Gardeners, Isleworth, Middlesex with The Tribe (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

3 April 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

10 April 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

14 April 1965 – Farnborough Town Hall, Farnborough, Hampshire (Aldershot News)

19 April 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Moody Blues (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

24 April 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

26 April 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Yardbirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

1 May 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

3 May 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Yardbirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

11 May 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

18 May 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

25 May 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Who (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

8 June 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Yardbirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

15 June 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

26 June 1965 – Pontiac, Zeeta House, Putney, London, SW15 (NME)

27 June 1965 – Rainbow Theatre, Blackpool, Lancashire (Blues-rock Explosion book, edited by Summer McStravick and John Roos)

According to the Blues-rock Explosion book, edited by Summer McStravick and John Roos, The Mark Leeman Five were scheduled to undertake a series of 13 Sunday concerts with Manfred Mann at the Rainbow Theatre in Blackpool, Lancashire. The first date on 27 June went well but that evening Mark Leeman took a lift with one of singer Julie Grant’s friends to Blackburn and was killed in a car crash.

29 June 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live) Unlikely this happened

According to the Blues-rock Explosion book, Roger Peacock, Leeman’s replacement, debuted on 2 July 1965

6 July 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Yardbirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

13 July 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Who (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

16 July 1965 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Tony Rivers & The Castaways and The Denisons (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

20 July 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

24 July 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

 

3 August 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

6 August 1965 – Ealing Club, Ealing, Middlesex (Middlesex County Times & West Middlesex Gazette)

10 August 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Sugar Pie Desanto and The Shevelles (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

17 August 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

24 August 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Lulu & The Luvvers (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

27 August 1965 – Witham Public Hall, Witham, Essex with The Fairies (Essex Chronicle)

30 August 1965 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers and Heinz & The Wild Boys (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

31 August 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Moody Blues (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

2 September 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

7 September 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

14 September 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

18 September 1965 – Ticky Rick and Rang-A-Tang Club, Carnival Hall, Basingstoke, Hampshire (Hampshire & Berkshire Gazette)

25 September 1965 – Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex with The Movements (Essex Chronicle)

27 September 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

12 October 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Yardbirds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

17 October 1965 – Birdcage, Eastney, Hampshire (Dave Allen research)

19 October 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

26 October 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

2 November 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Who (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

8 November 1965 – Dancing Slipper, West Bridgeford, Nottinghamshire (Nottingham Evening Post)

9 November 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

16 November 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Spencer Davis Group (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

9 December 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Alan Price Set (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

14 December 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Action (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

21 December 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Who (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

24 December 1965 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

28 December 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Manfred Mann (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

31 December 1965 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Gary Farr & The T-Bones (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

1966:

3 January 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

10 January 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

24 January 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

25 January 1966 – Ready Steady Go Club, Aylesbury, Bucks (http://aylesburymusictown.co.uk/)

 

11 February 1966 – Carousel Club, 1 Camp Road, Farnborough, Hampshire with support (Aldershot News)

14 February 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

20 February 1966 – Adelphi Ballroom, Slough, Berkshire (Windsor, Slough and Eton Express)

21 February 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

28 February 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

10 March 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Summer Set (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

13 March 1966 – Dereham Tavern, Dereham, Norfolk with Sullivan James Band (Eastern Evening News)

17 March 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Objects (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

24 March 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

27 March 1966 – Chelmsford Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, Essex with RBQ (Essex Chronicle)

30 March 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Bo Street Runners (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

7 April 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Move (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

11 April 1966 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Sounds Incorporated and Brian Something & The Whats Its (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/)

14 April 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Objects (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

21 April 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Bo Street Runners (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

28 April 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Alan Bown Set (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

 

5 May 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Emeralds (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

14 May 1966 – Orford Cellar, Norwich (Eastern Evening News)

16 May 1966 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London with The Bo Street Runners (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

30 May 1966 – Redcar Jazz Club, Redcar, North Yorkshire with The Graham Bond Organisation, The Alan Bown Set and Dave Antony’s Moods (Dennis Weller, Chris Scott Wilson and Graham Lowe’s book)

 

3 June 1966 – Parkside Hall, Ampthill, Bedfordshire with The Triads (Luton News)

 

3 July 1966 – Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Middlesex with Saints and Sinners (http://eelpieislandmusic.com/eel-pie-island-roll-call)

4 July 1966 – Catacombe, Eastbourne, East Sussex (Evening Argus)

According to the Blues-rock Explosion book, edited by Summer McStravick and John Roos, Roger Peacock left in early-mid July after the failure of “Follow Me”. His replacement was Pete Hodges

16 July 1966 – Penthouse, Birmingham with Monopoly (Birmingham Evening Mail)

29 July 1966 – Flamenco, Folkestone, Kent (Blues-rock Explosion book, edited by Summer McStravick and John Roos)

According to the above book, this was the final gig but I found the following:

 

24 December 1966 – New Spot, Gosport, Hampshire with The Gass featuring Roscoe (Portsmouth News)

 

Nashville Teens’ gigs 1962-1970

Welcome to another posting of a series of gig listings for 1960s bands. None of these lists is exhaustive and my idea is to add to them in the comments section below over time. They are here for future researchers to draw on and, where possible, I have added the sources used, whether they are newspapers or websites.  I have also added a few interesting bits of information and will add images in time.

I’d like to encourage band members to get in touch to share memories, or for anyone to send corrections/clarifications to my email: Warchive@aol.com 

Equally important, if you attended any of the gigs below or played in the support band, please do leave your memories below in the comments section for future historians to use. If you know of any missing gigs, please add them too, if possible, with the sources.

THE NASHVILLE TEENS:

Ray Philips – lead vocals (b. 16 January 1939, Tiger Bay, Cardiff)

Art Sharp – lead vocals (b. 26 May 1941, Woking, Surrey)

John Hawken – keyboards (b. 9 May 1940, Bournemouth, Dorset)

Mick Dunford – lead guitar (b. 8 July 1944, Addlestone, Surrey)

Pete Shannon (Harris) – bass (b. Peter Shannon Harris, 23 August 1941, Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland)

Dave Maine – drums

1962:

Sometime in 1962, Roger Groom (b. Woking, Surrey) replaced Dave Maine.

14 July 1962 – Cellar, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey

21 July 1962 – Cellar, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey

28 July 1962 – Cellar, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey

 

22 September 1962 – Cellar, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey

1963:

The Surrey Comet has a great story on the band going professional in its 6 July 1963 issue, page 10

Terry Crowe joined as a third vocalist in 1963 for the band’s trip to Hamburg.

Also, this year Peter Jones temporarily replaced Roger Groom who left to join The End before Barry Jenkins (b. 22 December 1944, Leicester, Leicestershire) joined full-time on drums. Terry Crowe and Mick Dunford also departed and John Allen (b. 23 April 1945, St Albans, Hertfordshire) took over guitar.

 1964:

15 January 1964 – Golders Green Refectory, Golders Green, London

 

16 February 1964 – Co-Op, Addlestone, Surrey

 

15 March 1964 – Co-Op, Addlestone, Surrey

 

11 July 1964 – Hi Fi Hop, Walton Playhouse, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey

18 July 1964 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex with Buddy Britten & The Regents

24 July 1964 – Rhodes Centre, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts with Venders

 

1 August 1964 – Club Noreik, Tottenham, London with The Wild Ones

 

18 September 1964 – Granada, Walthamstow, London with Billy J Kramer, The Ronettes, The Yardbirds, Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, The Dakotas and Tim Connor

26 September 1964 – Astoria, Finsbury Park, London with Manfred Mann, Bill Haley & His Comets, The Rockin’ Berries, The Untamed Four and The Bobby Patrick Big Six

 

20 October 1964 – Royal Edmonton, Edmonton, Middlesex with The Animals, Carl Perkins, The Quotations, Tommy Tucker, Elkie Brooks and Ray Cameron

 

4 November 1964 – Fairfield Hall, Croydon, Surrey with The Animals, Carl Perkins, Elkie Brooks, Tommy Tucker, The Quotations and Ray Cameron

 

11 December 1964 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Sonics and The Hustlers

1965:

23 January 1965 – Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, Lancashire

 

1 February 1965 – Galaxy Club, Town Hall, Basingstoke, Hampshire with Saphenas

13 February 1965 – Redhill Market Hall, Redhill, Surrey

16 February 1965 – Town Hall, High Wycombe, Bucks

 

27 March 1965 – The Gaiety, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire with Fernando’s Hideaways and The Pythons

 

15 April 1965 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Fenmen and The Nightshades

 

12 May 1965 – Town Hall, High Wycombe, Bucks

30 May 1965 – Riverside Club, Cricketers Hotel, Chertsey, Surrey

 

4 June 1965 – The Dolphin, Marine Court, St Leonards, East Sussex with The Lonely Ones

5 June 1965 – Cavern, London

 

10 August 1965 – Town Hall, High Wycombe, Bucks

14 August 1965 – Clacton Town Hall, Clacton, Essex with Fernando & The Hideaways and The Trends

18 August 1965 – Farnborough Town Hall, Farnborough, Hampshire

21 August 1965 – Malborough Hall, Halifax, West Yorkshire

 

4 September 1965 – Royal Hotel Lowestoft, Lowestoft, Norfolk with The Leader

6 September 1965 – Galaxy Club, Town Hall, Basingstoke, Hampshire

9 September 1965 – Salisbury City Hall, Salisbury, Wiltshire with The Bunch

18 September 1965 – Starlight Ballroom, Boston Gliderdrome, Lincolnshire with The Objects and The Montanas

24 September 1965 – Town Hall, High Wycombe, Bucks

 

10 October 1965 – Plaza, Newbury, Berkshire with The Just Men

 

26 November 1965 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with two supporting groups

 

2 December 1965 – Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, Middlesex

18 December 1965 – Ready Steady Go, Aylesbury, Bucks

1966:

1 January 1966 – Starlight Ballroom, Boston Gliderdrome, Lincolnshire with Jeff Curtis & The Flames and The Game

21 January 1966 – Beaconsfield Youth Club, Beaconsfield, Bucks

 

10 February 1966 – Poor Man’s Ball, Bradford University, Bradford, West Yorkshire with The Mouldy Ways and Clayton Squares

27 February 1966 – Blue Moon, Hayes, Middlesex

Barry Jenkins joined The Animals after John Steele played his final gig on 5 March. Former member Roger Groom from The End replaced him

11 March 1966 – Cricketer’s Inn, Southend, Essex with The Orioles

25 March 1966 – Ross Group Sports Club, Gaitey Ballroom, Grimsby, Lincolnshire with The Fourmost and The She Trinity

 

1 April 1966 – Farnborough Technical College Students’ Union, Farnborough, Hampshire with The Clayton Squares and Cops ‘N’ Robbers

24 April 1966 – Catacombe, Eastbourne, East Sussex

27 April 1966 – Gala Ballroom, Norwich, Norfolk with Five X 5

29 April 1966 – Stratford Town Hall, Stratford, London

 

27 May 1966 – Cricketers Inn, Southend, Essex with The Avengers

 

2 July 1966 – Toft’s, Folkestone, Kent

6 July 1966 – Headland Pavilion, Bude, Cornwall

8 July 1966 – Liskeard Public Hall, Liskeard, Cornwall with Package Deal and Jaguars

16 July 1966 – Butterley Grange, Swanage, Dorset

22 July 1966 – Corn Exchange, Diss, Norfolk with En-Devers

23 July 1966 – King’s Hall, Aberystwyth, Wales

24 July 1966 – Cavendish Club, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear

24 July 1966 – Weatheralls, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear

 

22 August 1966 – Bath Pavilion, Bath, Somerset

28 August 1966 – Hastings Pier, Hastings, East Sussex

 

16 September 1966 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with Stacey’s Circle

19 September 1966 – Black Cat, Woolwich, London

23 September 1966 –Axminster Guidhall, Axminster, Devon with The Legends

28 September 1966 – Church Hall, Stroud, Gloucestershire

29 September 1966 – Rugby Club, Garndiffaith, Pontypool, Wales

30 September 1966 – RAF Station, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset

 

1 October 1966 – Town Hall, Walsall, West Midlands

2 October 1966 – Khyber Club, Taunton, Somerset with The Germs

6 October 1966 – Salisbury City Hall, Salisbury, Wiltshire with The Meddy Evils

15 October 1966 – ABC Cinema, Aldershot, Hampshire with The Hollies, The Small Faces, Paul & Barry Ryan, Peter Jay & The New Jaywalkers and Robb Storme & The Whispers

16 October 1966 – ABC Cinema, Romford, Essex

18 October 1966 – Odeon Theatre, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

19 October 1966 – Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, Wales

20 October 1966 – Gaumont Cinema, Taunton, Somerset

21 October 1966 – Gaumont Cinema, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

22 October 1966 – ABC Theatre, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

23 October 1966 – ABC Cinema, Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire

24 October 1966 – Gaumont Theatre, Ipswich, Suffolk

26 October 1966 – ABC Cinema, Northampton, Northamptonshire

27 October 1966 – Regal Cinema, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

28 October 1966 – ABC Cinema, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

29 October 1966 – ABC Cinema, Chester, Cheshire

30 October 1966 – Gaumont Theatre, Coventry, West Midlands

 

1 November 1966 – Gaumont Theatre, Worcester, Worcestershire

2 November 1966 – ABC Cinema, Wigan, Lancashire

3 November 1966 – Odeon Theatre, Manchester, Greater Manchester

4 November 1966 – Odeon Theatre, Leeds, West Yorkshire

5 November 1966 – Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

6 November 1966 – Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear

10 November 1966 – Pier, Worthing, West Sussex

10 November 1966 – Quay Club, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear

11 November 1966 – De Montfort, Leicester, Leicestershire

12 November 1966 – College of Technology, Luton, Bedfordshire

13 November 1966 – Wheatsheaf Club, Brandon, Suffolk

19 November 1966 – Faculty of Technology Union, Manchester, Greater Manchester with The Things

26 November 1966 – London College of Printing, Elephant and Castle, London

 

3 December 1966 – Club Nevada, Redhill Market Hall, Redhill Surrey

17 December 1966 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea, Essex with The Fingers and Sounds Around

18-24 December 1966 – New 77 Club and Cabaret Club, Burnley, Lancashire

30 December 1966 – Wimbledon Palais, Wimbledon, London

1967:

7 January 1967 – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, Kent with The Mixed Feelings

8 January 1967 – Old Crown & Cushion, Perry Barr, West Midlands

28 January 1967 – Walton Hop, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey

 

6 February 1967 – Kingfisher Country Club, Kingswinford, West Midlands with The ‘N’ Betweens

18 February 1967 – Royal Lido Ballroom, Prestatyn, Wales with The Raynes

26 February 1967 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea, Essex with The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich, The Koobas and Force Five

 

18 March 1967 – Spa Royal Hall, Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire with Big Change and The Voice

25 March 1967 – Tabernacle, Stockport, Greater Manchester

 

9 May 1967 – South Pier, Lowestoft, Suffolk with Ray King Soul Band

28 May 1967 – Kisstadion, Budapest, Hungary

 

9 June 1967 – Tiles, London with The Downliners Sect

 

1 July 1967 – Dreamland, Margate, Kent with The Washington DC’s

15 July 1967 – Rave Nite, Irchester near Wellingborough, Northamptonshire with The Symbols

Neil Korner from The New Vaudeville Band took over from Pete Shannon around September 1967

9 September 1967 – Spa Royal Hall, Bridlington with The Sons of Witch and The Exodus

 

16 October 1967 – Glastonbury Town Hall, Glastonbury, Somerset

21 October 1967 – KSL Club, Brackley Town Hall, Brackley, Northamptonshire

 

11 November 1967 – Glastonbury Town Hall, Glastonbury, Somerset with The Lotion

21 November 1967 – Queens Rink Ballroom, Hartlepool, County Durham with The Gasboard and Tony King Sound

23 November 1967 – Cleveland Technical College Students’ Union, Astoria Ballroom, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire with The St Louis Union and The Crescendos

30 November 1967 – Penthouse, Birmingham, West Midlands with Amen Corner

 

December 1967 – Osprey Club, Portland, Dorset with Bill Collins & His Orchestra (Christmas show)

1968:

3 February 1968 – Clockwork Orange, Chester, Cheshire with Bujjies

 

8 March 1968 – Punchbowl, Lapworth, West Midlands

18-21 March 1968 – Hatchetts Playground, London

22 March 1968 – St Albans City Hall, St Albans, Herts with The Cortinas

30 March 1968 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend, Essex with support

 

22 April 1968 – Raven, Strechford, West Midlands

26 April 1968 – Belfry, Wishaw, West Midlands with Youngblood, Lionel Rubins and Don McLean

 

4 May 1968 – Walsall Town Hall, Walsall, West Midlands with Traction

Fabulous 208 says that in late May 1968 road manager Dick Philips took over from Neil Korner on bass but this seems unlikely unless it was temporary as Korner left later in the year

15 June 1968 – Winsford Civic Hall, Winsford, Cheshire

28 June 1968 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with support

 

10 August 1968 – Barn Ballroom, Little Bardfield Hall, Little Bardfield, Essex

 

4 October 1968 – John Dalton College, Manchester, Greater Manchester with The Stroll Band and The Kondours

5 October 1968 – Solihull Civic Hall, Solihull, West Midlands

24 October 1968 – Tall Trees Club, Newquay, Cornwall

25 October 1968 – Van Dike, Plymouth, Devon with Inner Circle

26 October 1968 – University College, London with Grapefruit and Mustang Proteus

 

15 November 1968 – Nottingham University, Nottingham with Marmalade and The Cortinas

26 November 1968 – University College, London, Gower Street, W1 with Grapefruit, Mustang and Proteus

John Hawken left around November initially to start a band with Chris Dreja and B J Cole. He subsequently formed Renaissance. Roger Groom also departed and was replaced briefly by Chris West

 

13 December 1968 – Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex with Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and Krisis

Neil Korner, Chris West and John Allen all left around this time

Roger Deane (bass) and Len Tuckey (lead guitar) from The Chasers joined with James Smith (drums), who’d previously worked with Hamilton & The Hamilton Movement among others

 1969:

20 February 1969 – Imperial College, Charity Concert, Royal Albert Hall, London with The Spencer Davis Group, The Move, Status Quo and East of Eden (Melody Maker)

James Smith left in late February/early March to join House of Orange, who backed The Fantastics. His replacement was Lenny Butcher, another ex-Chaser

 

23 November 1969 – London Palladium, London with Gene Vincent and Wild Angels

1970:

27 July 1970 – Telegraph, Brixton, London

 

5 September 1970 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, London

Gig sources include:

Aldershot News, Andover Advertiser, Banbury Guardian, Birmingham Evening Mail, Bucks Free Press (High Wycombe), Cornish Gazette, Cornish Guardian, Crawley Advertiser, Crewe Chronicle, Eastern Evening News, East Kent Times & Mail, Express and Echo (Exeter), Fabulous 208 Magazine, Folkestone & Hythe Gazette, Hayes Gazette, Hull Daily Mail, Lincolnshire Standard, Manchester Evening News and Chronicle, Melody Maker, Newcastle Evening Chronicle, Newham, Barking and Stratford Express, Northwich Chronicle, Somerset County Gazette, Southend Standard, Surrey Comet, Time out, Tottenham Weekly Herald, Western Evening Herald, West Briton & Royal Cornwall Gazette, Woking Herald, Wood Green and Southgate Weekly Herald. Also Roger Bistow’s research on Dizzy Tiger Music website and the California Ballroom website.