Sounds of the 60s - the birth of pop, jazz and rock'n'roll
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. More
Behind the scenes with the stars at two of the top UK northern clubs, Club 60 & the Esquire, both formerly owned by Terry Thornton. This is a unique account of life behind the scenes during the 1960s in the industrial city of Sheffield, when a musty old beer cellar helped stage a remarkable revival of popular music, and provided a unique live showcase for a host of top international and local performers.
Featuring: - Joe Cocker, Dave Berry & The Cruisers, Zoot Money, Frank White, Jimmy Crawford & The Coasters, Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart, Alan Price & The Animals, George Fame, Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages, Long John Baldry, John Lee Hooker, Sonny Boy Williamson, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Frankenstein & The Monsters, Johnny Dark & The Midnighters, The Walker Brothers, The Kinks…and many more. * This revised book also included dozens of rare and nostalgic photographs of the stars actually performing at the clubs during a seven-year period, together with a host of exclusive pictures of the many regular club members and supporters.
(** Note – this word file does not contain the photographs and is an extract only from the final book. An online version is now available on AMAZON KINDLE & GOOGLE).