Jason Donovan – Even More Good Reasons Tour – White Rock Theatre 1st December 2020

Jason Donovan came into our lives in the late 80s as Scott Robinson in the hit Australian series, ‘Neighbours’. Throughout 1988/89 he had several hits and his album ‘Ten Good Reasons’ was the best-selling album of 1989. His hits included ‘Too Many Broken Hearts’,‘Especially For You’ (with Kylie Minogue), ‘Any Dream Will Do’, ‘Sealed With A Kiss’, ‘When You Come Back to Me’, ‘Everyday’, “Nothing Can Divide Us’ and many more. For tickets are more information…


Martin Curcher… His daughter Jemma is currently in Neighbours at the moment.

Cream Addicts Anonymous Fan Club letter 1969. Who else belonged to this?

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Chris… Hi there, I don’t know if you still have an interest in the cream addicts annonymous but I was a member in those tremendous days and I still have my membership card to prove it. It must be quite a rarity as I’v never seen another one. Best wishes to all the sixties fans. Chris

Jan Warren… Yeah, love Cream!

Dave Nattress… Cream,  never heard of this, great band from my time way back in Bexhill Down Secondary Modern, got all their stuff – vinyl and CD and Steve Wright on R2 played the wonderful “White Room” this afternoon, followed by “All along the Watchtower” by Mr Hendrix of course – didn’t catch any more but think it was a reader’s top 5 tracks or something like.

Alex Wallace… Hey, I found a postcard signed by the band, in my dad’s stuff on the back it says cream addicts anonymous and the address.

Robert Searle… Seen them three times,at their first gig at the Marquee, and twice at the Saville Theatre.

Jim Wolfeb… Looking through my old memorabilia I found some newsletters from Cream Addicts Anonymous. Are these worth anything?

Tarbox shoe shop St Georges Road, Hastings 1977

Anyone remember getting shoes here?

Sid Saunders… Yes, we used to get the children’s shoes there with a provident check

Pauline Richards… Yes my great uncle had grocery shop opposite. Mannings

Dawn Leaney… Yep! Loved going there as a kid.

Keith Blizard… Yep, lovely family as were their predecessors

Paul Bryant… I loved that shoe shop.

Lesley Bowles… Yes, as a child all my shoes came from there – It had a special smell in there

Matt Thomas… Feet measured and thinking the contraption was going to clamp my foot lol

Phil Gill… Never bought any shoes there, But I did have a big crush on Ann Tarbox when I was 12.

Nigel Sherwood… think I had a similar crush at around 14

Alan Esdaile… Used to be taken here and Halls Robertson Street, to get my shoes.

Richard J Porter… My wife used to live in the flat over Halls

Linda Day… Omg we lived next door other side of barbers

Trevor Unwin… Yes

Carol Paffett… Yes we went there

Neal Hunter… I worked in Priors butchers opposite

Jon McCallion… Yes Julie remembers the shop next door to Mannings greengrocers and Wally the hairdresser the other side. She also remembers Ann Tarbox their daughter. Also remember walking down from school at lunchtime to have the crackling of the fish at Whitefriars fish shop and then walk around the corner to buy some cigarettes maybe number six then on to the Westhill to enjoy the lunchtime, never thinking they could smell this on our clothes when we got back to school

Steve Mann… Yep

Adam Earley…. Yes monkey boots

Mick O’Dowd… I always went to Halls in Robertson Street and measure my feet in the x-ray machine. They also had the overhead money transfer cables & pods as well.

Tony Davis… Yes many pairs as a kid

What’s your favourite Jimi Hendrix track?

photo: Jimi Hendrix performs for Dutch television show Hoepla in 1967. https://wiki.beeldengeluid.nl/index.php/Gallery:_Hoepla

Remembering Jimi Hendrix on the 49th Anniversary of his passing (18th September 1970) – what’s your favourite track?

Mike Waghorne… Little wing !

Andy Qunta… Voodoo Chile (Slight Return).

Glenn Piper… Voodoo Child (slight return) and Machine Gun

Karen Sweatman… Voodoo Chile, but also love Foxy Lady

John Beeching… Third stone from the sun.

Pete Houghton… Cross town traffic and Voodoo Chile

David Edwards… Gotta be the first he brought out when he came here Hey Joe

Jan Warren… Hard to name just one….. but Little Wing, Bold as Love, Red House, Drifting, and 1983 (a merman I should Turn to be) will do for starters!

David Blundell… Still “Hey Joe” for me but there’s so many classics to choose from …

Alan Esdaile… I would probably go with Little Wing.

Paul Richardson… Red House, and Voodoo Chile (long version)

Phil Little… Voodoo Chile (long version)

Merv Kennard… Voodoo Chile

Nash Sunley… All along the watchtower

Phil Thornton… 1983 (A Merman I should turn to be) and Machinegun !!

Clifford Rose… 3rd stone from the sun

Neil Cartwright… Little Wing, Voodoo Chile/Third Stone

Dave Nattress… Gotta be All along the Watchtower. No so often is a cover better than the original but this is. But…there’s gotta be the original to enable the cover to be re-worked.

Mike Vawdrey… 2 1970 entries – the astonishing live Johnny B. Goode from Berkeley and the beautiful ballad Drifting (Cry Of Love)

Clive Richardson… My favourite is All Along The Watchtower.

Chris Meachen… Burning of the midnight lamp does it for me….

Jennie Tocock… Wind Cries Mary


Paper Dolls 5th Oct and Paper Lace 28th Sept – Aquarius 1973



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Paper Dolls Photo – Dutch National Archives, The Hague, Fotocollectie Algemeen Nederlands Persbureau (ANeFo), 1945-1989,   Paper Lace  Photo –  Beeld En Geluid Wiki – Gallerie: Toppop 1974

Tony Qunta…Used to love the Paper Dolls!

Andy Qunta… Me too! Have that song on my iPod!

Tony Davis… I was the DJ for Paper Lace with the International Strip Show. I was allowed to keep my socks on though!