New BeeGees dedication

Jan 2013 New BeeGees dedication

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The Bee gees, Barry, Maurice, Robin, and Andy Gibb are all featured on a news CD box set ‘Mythology’ with a disc dedicated to each brother.

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April 17, 1967, a momentous point in pop

Jan 2013 April 17, 1967, a momentous point in pop

Posted by in Review Beat

Thirteen minutes and 20 seconds before 4pm on April 17, 1967, was a momentous point in time for pop.

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Who do it again in USA

Jan 2013 Who do it again in USA

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Having been an original 60s mod and survived my favourite group was always The Who.

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Paying homage at the Quo show

Jan 2013 Paying homage at the Quo show

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ON a very cold night on the coast, we wanted warming up, so a Status Quo gig was just what the doctor ordered.

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Goin’ back

Jan 2013 Goin’ back

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Following on from last month’s ramble, and not wanting to appear sexist, there were also a number of girl duos and trios who had varying degrees of success ranging from being household names down to vague recollections.

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Beatled off by tribute act

Jan 2013 Beatled off by tribute act

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Having seen The Jersey Boys, and Dreamboats And Petticoats, I was looking forward to seeing another great live London show, this time featuring the songs of The Beatles.

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War of the Worlds

Jan 2013 War of the Worlds

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The live version of Jeff Wayne’s magnum opus has been pulling the crowds in since 2006, and following the release of a new version of the epic tale of a Martian invasion of the earth, a new realisation on the live stage just couldn’t live up to the original.

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Silence is not always golden – Colin Blunstone

Jan 2013 Silence is not always golden – Colin Blunstone

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It is every singer’s worst nightmare, and it is even more devastating when it comes in the middle of a tour – losing your voice.

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Rockin’ Americans in 50s Britain

Jan 2013 Rockin’ Americans in 50s Britain

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For 1950s American rockers, the combination of language and market size made Britain the preferred offshore destination. But not all experiences were completely successful.

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The Beatles battle Cliff – where’s Elvis?

Jan 2013 The Beatles battle Cliff – where’s Elvis?

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From the media – being what it is – we can expect umpteen Beatle commemorations in 2013, all noting the 50th anniversary of this or that early milestone.

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Fabian: big – but not in Britain

Jan 2013 Fabian: big – but not in Britain

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Back in the 50s and 60s, most American pop stars made at least a bit of a splash in Britain. Some, like Ricky Nelson, didn’t do it on the same scale as in their homeland. And others, such as Buddy Holly and Gene Pitney, were actually bigger in Britain.

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Full circle for Peter after great 50 years

Jan 2013 Full circle for Peter  after great 50 years

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What is Peter doing now?

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