bob kerr's whoopee band
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From start to finish, an evening with the kings of Musical Comedy will have you laughing uncontrollably. Five very eccentric English Gentlemen playing between them some 20 conventional instruments and some not so conventional.

Their show is a complete mixture of styles from the late great Spike Jones and his City Slickers & the Firehouse Five right through the whole musical spectrum from the 20's to the 90's. With parodies of Roy Orbison and The Blues Brothers and with a little bit of "Classical Music" thrown in for good measure, this all adds up to an evening of pure honest fun and entertainment.

brian poole & electrix
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Introducing 60's legend Brian Poole, lead singer of the Tremelos. During his career with The Tremeloes, which lasted fourteen years, Brian Poole completed three world tours and had eleven top ten hits.

Since then Brian has justifiably survived on his own giving great performances ever since. An ever present member of the hit touring 60's show 'Reelinandarockin' Brian Poole is a real survivor and a great showman with his own group 'Electrix'. Together they present a fun-filled and nostalgic evening of excellent music and entertainment from a genuine star of the 1960's. A highlight of great 60's songs including many made famous by Brian Poole and the Tremelos themselves.

chas mcdevitt
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One of the few groups to have come through both the jazz club and coffee bar environment of the 1950's, the Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group was the only other British skiffle group, along with Lonnie Donegan, to achieve success in the U.S.A.

To add perspective, when Chas performed on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1957 an American audience of 45 million were tuned in. Since appearing on the same bill as the Beatles, Shadows and other superstar bands in the '60's, he has continued to tour worldwide both in concert and cabaret to this day. Relive skiffle with one of it's original proponents and enjoy the legend that is Chas McDevitt.

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Following on in the wake of Merseybeat, The Fortunes added another dimension to the sound of the classic pop song with their special ingredients of sophisticated orchestration, dual lead vocals and stylish counter-melodies.

The result was a succession of distinctive and distinguished hit records including 'You've Got Your Troubles', 'Here It Comes Again', 'Storm in a Teacup' and 'Freedom Come, Freedom Go'. These songs have stood the test of time and The Fortunes remain one of the UKs premier harmony groups, and are constantly in demand.

the ivy league
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Funny and fantastic! A mixture of comedy and 60's classic pop. The Ivy League have developed a stage act second to none and are guaranteed to entertain.

With their unique falsetto vocal sound, blended with superb harmonies, they perform their hits: Tossing and Turning, Funny How Love Can Be, and That's Why I'm Crying. Added to these are some old and new favourites; all of which are brought together with some hysterical zany comedy routines. The Ivy League are constantly updating their act making them popular with both young and old alike and they can truly claim to be the UK's most popular comedy band.

jess conrad
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Jess Conrad is one of the most unmistakable and versatile artists to emerge from the 60's. From his early success as a pop star Jess went on to become an accomplished actor and has appeared in many films, musicals and TV shows.

Throughout this epic and varied career he continued to present his individual style of cabaret act and even now, aged 72 (2008) shows no sign of retiring saying how much he enjoys performing and feels so 'at home' on stage. In these days of tribute acts, Jess Conrad is a true tribute to entertainment.

mick miller
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Mick Miller is often referred to as "The bald guy with the long hair". He is best known for appearances on the legendary show "The Comedians".

He is very much in demand for corporate functions, after dinner speaking and cruising. In 2004, he starred in the E4 & Channel 4 reality series, "Kings of Comedy." The show proved hugely popular with the younger generation and has allowed Mick to work to a whole new audience in the comedy clubs. Mick Miller is one of the few comedians to be called, a comedians comedian. In fact, popular entertainer, Jethro, describes him as "One of his top three comedians of all time".

mike berry & the outlaws
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Mike Berry is, literally, a man of many parts. In addition to his long recording and performing career, Mike is a terrific actor with many television roles to his credit. Who could forget Mr Spooner in the long running TV classic "Are You Being Served"?!

His recording career produced hits in two different decades. In the 60's the Joe Meek produced "Tribute to Buddy Holly" was followed up by top ten hit "Don't You Think It's Time". The 80's saw a memorable return to the charts with "The Sunshine of Your Smile". Teamed with his 'Outlaws' and touring extensively now is the best time to experience the hits of yesteryear performed by the legendary Mike Berry.

mike penders searchers
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The Genuine Article! Mike Pender is THE voice of The Searchers! Lead vocal on all of the numerous Searchers hit records from "Needles and Pins" onwards. Get ready for all the hits recognised worldwide..Sweets for my Sweet, When you Walk in the Room, Love Potion No.9 and more.

Since leaving The Searchers in the 1980's Mike Pender has surrounded himself with gifted musicians and singers all able to re-create that special Searcher's "sound". Mike himself has retained not only his voice but also his renowned good looks. Add these to the groups ability to entertain and you have the perfect 60's package!

mud II
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Featuring members of Les Gray's Mud. The sad passing of Les Gray left a massive void on the 70's circuit, but now the sound and hits so well nurtured and performed by Les will continue courtesy of his estate and members of the band who played and performed alongside him.

The hits come thick and fast including: Crazy, Tiger Feet, The Cat Crept In, Lonely This Christmas, Oh Boy, Lean On Me, The Secrets You Keep and many many more. A truly authentic journey of nostalgia from one of the original Glam Rock Bands of the 1970's.

swinging blue jeans
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Still fronted by the wonderfully efficacious Ray Ennis, this great 60's group still travel the world, and most notably Europe and Scandinavia to perform their own brand of Mersey magic! Their set is full of memorable music with lashings of great humour.

Raised on the rattle of tram cars bound for Lime Street, the smell of the salt sea air of the Mersey, and the eventual excitement of Rock n Roll, the Swinging Blue Jeans are Liverpool through and through. It's a background that has remained in their hearts and souls and spills over to the audience during their exciting stage act. When you see and hear them live, you too will experience that excitement.

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