Phil Gill commented on this photo:
Ray took that picture in the top end of Alexandra Park. Tich commandeered my white jacket, so we went through Ray’s wardrobe and he found me that black leather one. It was really ’70s with a huge winged collar, which was tucked under out of sight. It also had “Marlon” written across the back of the shoulders in huge white letters. We referred to Ray as Marlon for weeks afterwards…
Ken Wilson… I remember going round Tich’s house and listening to the Stones first album…..who would have thought they would be playing Glastonbury tonight !!!!! Must have been 63/64 ish. Tich did the best Mick Jagger ever , great guy !!
Bobby Walker….Ray Fenwick now head of music at a college in Lincolnshire. Still plays regularly in local pubs
Allan Peterson… Hi,I remember Tich from the sixties at the Tuesday Night gigs at Langton Hall Battle. A Mick Jagger lookalike. Used to talk to him, a nice guy. Glad he has done well for himself. If only Diana was released later on?
Mick O’Dowd…. agree Tich was a Mick Jagger lookalike & that’s one reason we hired him to front Deep Purple.
Alan Wood… Interesting again,says Tich did well,how well
Andy Maby…. A superb song! Especially played live by the Escalators.. downstairs in the Chatsworth!!! :o))
Andy Qunta… I was just listening to this yesterday on my iPod! Fun times! What has Tich been up to? Haven’t seen or heard of him in a while!
Colin Fox… I remember Tich and his band supporting us at Langton Hall Battle in the early 60’s when he was a young lad just starting out and I could see they had potential. Very friendly and eager to learn.
Mick O’Dowd… I believe he is one of “The Blues Bros” in Soul Express show and also now in The Low-Fi Sneakers or something like that?
Alan Esdaile.. Not sure about The Soul Express Mick but he’s still got soul with the Hi Fi Sneakers.
Phil Gill… TTE, Lovely lads, but you wouldn’t want any of ’em marrying your sister.
Andy Qunta… Great to see Tich has still got it!
Yvonne Cleland… Brilliant!
Pete Prescott… I still have that record !
Virginia Davis… Remember seeing them often at the Chatsworth