Johnny Nash R.I.P.

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Paul Buxton… He was great’ God bless him

Colin Bell… Another sad loss, only last Saturday wrote a piece on him, had no idea he was in bad health. Great voice and talented song writer. RIP Johnny.

Malcolm Sharp… Great singer, still remember singing. I can see clearly now loraine has gone

Eugene Hughes… Such a lovely voice, such memories. RIP

Jacquie Hinves… So sad. Another great man gone. RIP Johnny.

Stuart Moir… All the best of music are moving house RIP Mr Nash

Mary Baker and her Olde Tyme Orchestra – Hastings Pier 11th October 1969

Chris Baker… No relation! Suspect were brilliant though!

Alan Esdaile… I was going to ask you this Chris, as I thought your mum played in a band but may have got it wrong.

Chris Baker… When I was young, 7 to 10 ish, my Mum, Brenda Baker, would sing with Prince McBride at dances etc. I believe she gigged at Falaise Hall and what was the Cafe under Bottle Alley. I do know one of the songs she did was “Me and My Dog”, (Lost in a fog), as she used to swan around the flat in Cobourg shining it into a small saucepan so she could hear her voice reflected back at her. 😁 Happy Memories!

Julie Driscoll Brian Auger and the Trinity – Top Rank Brighton 1968

Supplied by David McLean DJ Gremlin’s Rockin’ Stompers!

Mick Knights… Great venue, we were regulars on Saturday nights before Eastbourne and latterly Hastings caught up.

Tony Court-holmes… i was in love with her

Steve Thorpe… same here

Alan Esdaile… same here

Colin Bell… That’s all of us then!

Steve Thorpe… that voice was amazing and she was great to look at as well.

Alan King… she looks like something of of Star Trek. skip bifferty, miss teenage brighton contest

Michael Gibbs… Love This Wheels On Fire

Colin Gibson… I was there, in the other band

Alan Esdaile… Any interesting memories about the gig, Colin?

Colin Gibson… Absolutely none! Loved The Trinity though

Phil Gill… Colin, I used to love Skip Bifferty. Every episode he used to alert someone about a kid trapped down a well or an old mine shaft.

Colin Gibson… and they had to use several kangaroos per show because they kept running away