photo supplied by Peter Gladwish
Peter Gladwish… RIP Dermot
Linda Day… Oh no bless him x
Terry Drinkwater… Sad news.
Andy Caine… Very sad! X
Mark Harris… How sad
Jon McCallion… Very sad news.
Pete Prescott… Very sad. Lovely guy. X
Phil Gill… Oh that is sad news, he was a nice chap.
Pauline Richards… Oh dear. Have known him years. So sorry for the children
Russell Field… The gentleman bassist. Top man. Funny as hell.Very sad indeed xx
Ken Hatch… Lovely guy and a good bass man, sad news.
James Westlake… He filled in for us when Ken was away, great bassist.
Liane Carroll… Oh no. Very sad. So sorry to hear this xx
Keith Brian Goodall… One of the best
Martyn Baker… Oh what a shame he’s gone now. He was a fabulous bassist, and as lovely a bloke as you could meet.
Mark Pepper… So sorry to hear this sad news , love to Steve, Ben and Sophie xxx
Lloyd Johnson… R.I.P. Dermot….from a fellow Ore Youth club member…
Andy Knight… RIP Dermot, good Bass Player and not bad with a golf club
Jane Hartley… Lovely man and musician. Love to the family xx
Trevor Spears… Good friends since our early teens in Hollington, played lots of gigs together he will be missed, RIP mate!
Kathy Harding… What a shock to see this today, such a lovely man xx
Stuart Moir… Star man with Centre Page, played with us for many years and we even got him into singing lead vocal on one song, always a reliable bass harmony as well as one of the best local players
Chris Howard… So sorry to hear of Dermot’s passing, a great guy he took my place in Centre Page when I left the band. R.I.P.
Barry French… So sad, we have lost a real character of the Hastings music scene. A versatile musician & a lovely guy. Barry & Ness.
John Harper… Very sad news. We’ve lost a kind & so modest a gentleman of the music scene. He always seemed to underestimate his abilities although he was such a talented & versatile bass player. A truly lovely guy.
Jacqui Gibson… So sad to hear
Nigel Livermore… A classmate of mine in the 1950s. Good at team sports (which I wasn’t!). Watched him regularly playing at the Market Hall in the early sixties with the DJ Four. RIP