Sounds of the 60s - the birth of pop, jazz and rock'n'roll by Don Hale
Approx. 3,760 words.
Published on March 6, 2012.
This is a nostalgic account of life behind the scenes during the 1960s in the industrial city of Sheffield, UK, when a musty old cbeer cellar helped stage a remarkable revival of popular music, and provided a unique live showcase for a host of top international and local performers to develop the birth of jazz, pop, blues and rock'n'roll. It was a place where the up and coming stars performed.