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A site dedicated to M
anchester's Pop heritage!

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Manchester's first 60's Music Convention took place on Sunday 18 May 2014 at Urmston Men's Club, Urmston home of Peter Noone/ Hermans Hermits Sth M/cr.
A great success it featured local legends 
Eric Haydock (The Hollies)
Karl Green (Hermans Hermits)
Derek Quinn (Freddie and the Dreamers)
Pete Maclaine (Decca) and
Graham Lee (The Scorpions UK)
plus live music supplied by Manchester's original
pop group formed 1959 The Emperors of Rhythm.
Plus exclusive filmed interview with Johnnie Hamp
the man who gave The Beatles many TV moments and
made the Blues & Gospel Train TV special on a
disused train station in Chorlton on 7 May 1964.
A great day and well attended - thanks to all who came.

 

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THE HOLLIES RELEASE THEIR FIRST 45RPM ON
17 MAY 1963 ON THE PARLOPHONE RECORD LABEL
'(Ain't That) Just Like Me'
b/w 'Hey What's Wrong With Me'
This five piece group hailing from Manchester are
regulars on the local beat scene with quite a fan
following that is now stretching out of the North West.
Discovered while playing at the world famous
Cavern Club in Liverpool. Producer Ron Richards
tips them to be top of the charts with this their
first single and a great slice of vinyl pop!
Get down to Woolworth's and give it a spin!

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copyright of Paul Wilde, 2013. All Rights Reserved.
No unauthorised use or copying without prior permission please.
 

 

AUTHORS 50 YEAR CELEBRATION OF THE BEATLES
AT THE OASIS CLUB MANCHESTER 2 FEBRUARY 2012 

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