Purple Hearts – Hastings Pier 9th June 1979


poster supplied by Mick Mepham

Kev Towner….I’ve still got a copy of this.


supplied by Alex Chapman

John Storer… Great article about the 1979 Mod Revival here …



Mark Syrett… Great night can’t remember much so it must have been good!!

Mike Mitchell… That was a good day that was!

Pete Fairless… The Teenbeats, eh, whatever became of them? Ah, yes, ‘Squillions Like Us’, still think ‘Strength Of The Nation’ is the better song!

Nastassja Kaschevsky… That was the riot I was talking about on CHR, Alan x


May Day – Monday 1st May 2017. Classics On The Pier. Hastings Pier.


Hastings Bank Holiday Monday Classic Scooter & Motorcycle display accompanied by 2 x Live bands and DJ sets.
This is a FREE event
public access is from 11am until 5pm
Further Info on its way very soon including band/dj schedule

Thee Dagger Debs
The wind-swept, south-east coast of England brings forth Thee Dagger Debs, and not a moment too soon! Since forming in the Autumn of 2014, this 3 piece all-female band have built up a loyal fan base through gigs and radio airplay both here and on the continent.

Quite simply put – Thee Dagger Debs make good old-fashioned pub-rock ‘n’ roll.


Thee Missing Finks

Hastings based ‘1960s backyard’ inspired Rock n Roll –

Influenced by Americas teenage reaction to the British music Invasion of the 1960s. Thee Missing Finks play raw garage-rock, fuzzy instrumentals and howling stompers about Love n’ Hate