more details… https://www.bexhill60srevolution.com
Geoff Peckham… I wasn’t allowed to attend De La Warr Pavilion Beat Raves as it was rumoured purple hearts readily available there. Surely not.
Mick O’Dowd… Sure they didn’t mean Love Heart Geoff?
Jack Irving… The Pathfinders. Was this the Glasgow band? If so, they later became known as “White Trash” and signed with Apple records.
Gary Numan is back at the Pavilion this September as part of his 40th Anniversary tour.
more details… https://www.dlwp.com/event/gary-numan-2019/
for latest information... https://www.bexhill60srevolution.com
Dave Nattress… Wow – I like the sound of this. Better get the old Lionels out or the loon pants – grow the hair as it was in 69 – oh, problem!! What hair – anyone know where I can get a decent syrup? Daresay I could still grow the sideburns that almost met on the chin. Hideous!!
Bexhill 60s Revolution… We are thrilled to announce that the original Tremeloes will be reuniting at the Bexhill 60s Revolution on 13 July; bringing their fabulous feel-good sounds of the Sixties. Join us, as we bring lead singer Len (Chip) Hawkes and lead guitarist Rick Westwood together again at Bexhill-on-Sea. Dance and sing along with hits such as: Silence is Golden, Here Comes My Baby, Twist and Shout, Do You Love Me, Call Me Number One and many other top 10 hits.
Brian Rogers… Must go and see them . Where are they playing
Alan Esdaile… I would think at The De La Warr Pavilion or maybe outside Brian. More acts to be announced. Click on the above link for latest information.
Janet Rennie… Must go to this
Leigh Wieland-Boys… Wow! Saw them in 1969 at the Lincoln Working Men’s Club, have their autographs- saw them again a few years ago…autographs again!
more information… https://www.dlwp.com/event/luv80s/
Mick O’Dowd… Don’t dismiss Dr & The Medics. Saw them at Butlins a few years back and was very surprised. They are rockers and very personable on stage presence. They played a medley of their greatest hit! Dr said it won’t take long!
Music legend, Adam Ant announced “Friend or Foe” tour and is coming to the Pavilion this December.
More information... https://www.dlwp.com/event/adam-ant/
Paul Crimin… Gonna be there!
Leigh Wieland-Boys… Used to love a bit of Ant music! Saw him live in 1980/81, would be interesting to see again
Dennis Torrance… At Bexhill there’s a great lot of people to see there some good names from the past . Hastings what’s happening some great free bands to see in the old town new town. Would love to see a covered area on the pier music to suit everyone prices that everyone can afford am I asking to muc
Christopher Cross made history with his 1980 self-titled debut album, winning five Grammy Awards, including—for the first time ever—the four most prestigious awards: Record of the Year (for the single Sailing), Album of the Year, Song of the Year (also for Sailing), and Best New Artist. More information and tickets… https://www.dlwp.com/event/christopher-cross/
He will be playing selections from his deep catalogue along with favourites Year Of The Cat, Time Passages, On the Border, Nostradamusand Roads To Moscow. The Scottish-born singer-songwriter has released nearly 20 introspective and lyrically powerful records featuring brilliant backing musicians (Jimmy Page, Phil Collins, Richard Thompson, Peter White, etc.). His biggest platinum successes, Year Of The Cat and Time Passages, were released in 1976 & 1978 respectively. He’s had several top 20 singles, including the above-mentioned titles, as well as On the Borderand Song On The Radio.
For tickets and more information… https://www.dlwp.com/event/al-stewart/
The Average White Band are widely regarded as one of the best soul and funk bands in the history of music. Best known for their timeless instrumental mega-hit Pick Up the Pieces the band’s strength actually lay in their consistently accomplished song-writing, stretching across several gold selling albums and multi- grammy nominations for the legendary Atlantic Records.
For tickets and more information… https://www.dlwp.com/event/average-white-band/
We are delighted to announce that Bexhill’s independent record store Music’s Not Dead will re-open as a “pop-up” at the De La Warr Pavilion on Friday 7 December.
More details… https://www.dlwp.com/event/musics-not-dead-2/
Jim Breeds… I got the DLWP email about this earlier. That is good news.
Mick O’Dowd… It’s not dead! It’s only resting!