supplied by Roger Carey
Paul Huggett…Good guy, Jed. I auditioned for his job in The Vampires, a well thought-of band on the Kent/Sussex borders, around 1969/70. Didn’t get it, but the band didn’t last too long after, they were very good, and Jed was a hard act to follow. Excellent.
Mark Rodrigues… Was Jed a teacher too?
Mick O’Dowd… How times have changed at The Carlisle!
Alan Vale… Jed played in Sidewinder very briefly in mid 1980’s if we are talking of the same JED the drummer
Richard J Porter… Was Jed from Northiam?
Gerry Fortsch… I remember it well, it was after the Vampires that I lost a year or two.
supplied by Pete Brazier
Alan Esdaile… Nice shirt Pete. Do you remember the full names?
Martin Richter… looks like Nigel Millichamp ?
Pete Brazier… Band members in photo (apart from me) left to right Steve “Bill” Balham-Bass, Nigel Millichamp – Drums, Steve Murphy – Leed Guitar, And Paul Roberts on Keyboard, other Members came along later.
Ian Johnson… Who remembers the Reggae sound system called Fugitive that played each and every Thursday in the 80s
Jacqueline Marsh… My mum worked here when I was about 7 and she use to leave me upstairs where i discovered the stage and a microphone which had been left on. I just singing singing and am still doing it at 72! Apparently I stopped everyone in their tracks downstairs in the bar and mum had to own up it was only her 7 year old singing lol great pub from my memories as I remember it. I went on to have a professional career as a vocalist.
Pete Brazier… Need a backing vocalist?
Martin Richter… disco-mania !!!!! my brain can’t cope. …….on a Monday !
Jan Warren… What?? Is this for real?? – Disco-mania at The Carlisle?? No Way?? haha
Martin Richter… the Dave Henry Roadshow were there twice a week !
Alan Esdaile… I was probably working, so don’t remember this but used to see Johnny Francis at a packed Crypt on a Sunday lunchtime.