Wednesday, 29 December 2010

THE WARRIORS FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST

This family tree is the work of Bruno Ceriotti. Help in putting this together has been provided by John H Warburg, to whom I'm most grateful.


THE WARRIORS #1 (195? - 1959 or 1960)
1) David 'Dave' 'Fossy' Foster vocals, bass
2) Anthony 'Tony' Alveston lead vocals
3) Ian Alveston rhythm guitar
4) John Hill lead guitar
5) Derek Thornhill drums 

 
THE WARRIORS #2 (1959 or 1960 - 1962)
1) Dave Foster
2) Derek Thornhill
3) Michael 'Mike' Brereton rhythm guitar
4) Rodney 'Rod' Hill lead guitar, piano, harp, banjo
5) Anthony 'Tony' Anderson lead vocals, harp


1960: The Imperial Ballroom, Carr Road, Nelson, Lancashire, UK


THE WARRIORS #3 (1962 - FEB ??, 1964)
1) Dave Foster
2) Mike Brereton
3) Rod Hill
4) Derek Thornhill
5) Tony Anderson
6) John Roy 'Johnny' Anderson lead vocals


July 31, 1963: The California Ballroom, Whipsnade Road, Dunstable Downs, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK with The Fortunes with the Clifton Hall Stars, Gene and the Cossacks 

August 31, 1963: The California Ballroom, Whipsnade Road, Dunstable Downs, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK with The Fortunes with The Clifton Hall Stars, The Hide-A-Ways

October 26, 1963: The California Ballroom, Whipsnade Road, Dunstable Downs, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK with Robby Hood and his Merry Men, Grant Tracey and the Sunsets

ca. November 1963: unknown venue, London, UK
The band plays to a national competition sponsored by the 'New Musical Express', where they reached the finals and win a recording contract with 'Decca Records'.

December 1963: Southern Sporting Club, unknown city, UK
The head of 'Decca Records' Dick Rowe goes to see them perform.

February ??, 1964: Bury Palais, Bury, Lancashire, UK
Derek Thornhill's last gig with the band. Their future drummer Ian Wallace was in the audience tonight and after the show he was invited to join the band the day after.


THE WARRIORS #4 (FEB ??, 1964 - NOV 1965)
1) Dave Foster
2) Mike Brereton
2) Rod Hill
4) Tony Anderson
5) Johnny Anderson
6) Ian Russell Wallace drums


February 26-27, 1964: The Manchester Cathedral, Victoria Street, Manchester, Lancashire, UK 

April 14, 1964: The California Ballroom, Whispsnade Road, Dunstable Downs, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK, supported Joe Brown and the Bruvvers, with The Fortunes, The Hide-a-ways

April 17, 1964: The Devonshire Sporting Club, Devonshire Road, High Broughton, Salford, Lancashire, UK, with Anne Shelton, Jimmy Grimes, Running Fox and Anita, The Vincents, Gary Murray, Red Humphries, Jean Enrico and the Pavla  


July 18, 1964: The Memorial Hall, Northwich, Cheshire, UK with The Addicts, Johnny Templer and the Hi-Cats 


August 8, 1964: Princess Ballroom, Halifax, West Yorkshire, UK

September 11, 1964: The California Ballroom, Whispsnade Road, Dunstable Downs, Dunstable, Bedfordshire, UK , with The Contrasts, Brian Diamond and the Cutters 

October 3, 1964: Princess Ballroom, Halifax, West Yorkshire, UK

unknown date, 1964: 'Thank Your Lucky Stars', Reddiffusion ITV-TV Show, London (?), UK
The band perform: 'You Came Along'.

unknown date, 1964: 'Juke Box Jury', BBC TV Show, London (?), UK
The band perform: 'You Came Along'.

December 1964: Antley Church, Accrington, Lancashire, UK

December 31, 1964: Nevada Dance Hall, Bolton, Lancashire,UK

unknown date, 1964 or 1965: The Beachcomber Club, Accrington, Lancashire, UK

March 16, 1965: Cavern Club, 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK with The Clayton Squares, The US Limited

May 28, 1965: Cavern Club, 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK with The Feelgoods, The Measles

June 20, 1965: Mecca Dancing, The Carlton, Rochdale, Lancashire, UK "all-night rave, 12pm - 5am" 


July 14, 1965: Cavern Club, 10 Matthew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK

July 26, 1965: Cavern Club, 10 Matthew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK with Steve Aldo, The Blues Secrets, The Boomerangs, The Clayton Squares, The Connoisseurs, The Cresters, The Dimensions, The Escorts, The Five Aces, The Hideaways, The Hobos, The Lancastrians, The Manchester Playboys, The Masterminds, The Measles, The Power House Six, Earl Preston's Realms, The Richmond Group, Kris Ryan and the Questions, The Scaffold, The Spinners, The Undertakers, Hank Walters and the Dusty Road Ramblers (24 act benefit show from 12pm to 12am) 

September ?, 1965: The Beachcomber Club, Bolton, Lancashire, UK
The show was recorded and later released posthumous on the album: 'Bolton Club '65' (2003, reissued on 2008).

October 23, 1965: Princess Ballroom, Halifax, West Yorkshire, UK


THE WARRIORS #5 (NOV 1965 - AUG 2?, 1967)
1) Dave Foster
2) Rod Hill
3) Johnny Anderson
4) Ian Wallace
5) Brian Charles Chatton organ


December 18, 1965: The New Centry Hall, New Centry House, Corporation Street, Manchester, Lancashire, UK with The St Louis Union

December 29, 1965: Princess Ballroom, Halifax, West Yorkshire, UK

January 8, 1966: The Civic Hall, Worsley, Lancashire, UK

January 17, 1966: The Blackburn Palais, Blackburn, Lancashire, UK

January 19, 1966: Club A' Gogo, Percy Street, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, UK

January 26, 1966: The Beachcomber Club, Leigh, Lancashire, UK

January 27, 1966: Bolton Palais, Bolton, Lancashire, UK

February 1, 1966: The Bamboo Club, 83 London Road, Hazel Grove, Stockport, Cheshire, Lancashire, UK

February 5, 1966: The Fire Station, Rochdale, Lancashire, UK

February 13, 1966: The Jigsaw Club, Cromford Court off Market Street, Manchester, Lancashire, UK

February 17, 1966: The Bolton Casino, Bolton, Lancashire, UK

February 18, 1966: Club A' Gogo, Percy Street, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, UK

February 26, 1966: The Beachcomber Club, Leigh, Lancashire, UK

March 1, 1966: The Beachcomber Club, Leigh, Lancashire, UK

May 16, 1966: The Bolton Palais, Bolton, Lancashire, UK

May 20, 1966: Mister McCoys, Bottomley Street, Middlesborough, North Yorkshire, UK 


June 27, 1966: The Storyville Club, Cologne, Germany

August 21, 1966: Tiles Club, 79-89 Oxford Street, Soho, West London, UK with Felder's Orioles  

Summer 1966: The Top Ten Club, 136 Reeperbahn, St Pauli, Hamburg, Germany

Summer 1966: The Bolton Palais, Bolton, Lancashire, UK

Summer 1966: The Beachcomber Club, Leigh, Lancashire, UK

Summer 1966: The Wythenshawe Sporting Club, Wythenshawe, Manchester, Lancashire, UK

Summer 1966: The Longsight Club, 84 East Road, Longsight, Manchester, Lancashire, UK

October 11, 1966: The Oasis Club, 45-47 Lloyd Street off Albert Square, Manchester, Lancashire, UK 

October 13, 1966: Cavern Club, 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK with Look Twice

November 23, 1966: Club A' Gogo, Percy Street, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, UK

November 23, 1966: The Public Hall, Barrow-in-Furness, UK

December 1966: The Storyville Club, Cologne, West Germany

unknown date, 1966: The Ashton Palais, Gas Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, UK 

January - February 1967: The Storyville Club, Frankfurt, West Germany

February 1967: The Carousel Club, Copenhagen, Denmark (almost one month)

March 1 - ca. April 1, 1967: The Storyville Club, Cologne, West Germany

March 17, 1967: Club A' Gogo, Percy Street, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, UK

April 22 - ca. April 28, 1967: The Storyville Club, Cologne, West Germany  

April 29, 1967: P.N. Hit House, Munich, West Germany

August 28, 1967: 'Beat! Beat! Beat!', TV Show, Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany with P.P. Arnold, The Creation, Graham Bonney, Don & Dotty, The Move (brodcast date)
The Warriors performed live 'Mr. Nobody Nothing' and 'Tango'. 

August 2?, 1967: The Storyville Club, Frankfurt, West Germany
Johnny Anderson's last gig with the band.


THE WARRIORS #6 (AUG 2?, 1967 - 1968)
1) Dave Foster
2) Rod Hill
3) Ian Wallace
4) Brian Chatton


October 1967 - 1968: La Chasse Club, 100 Wardour Street, Soho, West London, UK
The band played there as house band for a few months.

Tuesday, 28 December 2010

MABEL GREER'S TOYSHOP FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST


MABEL GREER'S TOYSHOP #1 (1967 - JAN 1968)
1) Paul Rutledge bass
2) Clive Bailey vocals, fuzz guitar
3) Robert William 'Bob' Hagger (aka Alexander Belmont) drums


September 7, 1967: Happening 44, 44 Gerrard Street, London, UK

October 1, 1967: Middle Earth, 43 King Street, Covent Garden, London, UK with Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Exploding Galaxy, The Kult

October 21, 1967: Middle Earth, 43 King Street, Covent Garden, London, UK with Eire Apparent, Ginger Johnson's African Drum Band, Ultradelic Alchemist, John Peel, Films, Guest Musicians and Poetry

November 11, 1967: Middle Earth, 43 King Street, Covent Garden, London, UK with Zoot Money's Dantalians Chariot, Amalgam, Jeff Dexter, Films, Poetry, Light Shows

November 25, 1967: Middle Earth, 43 King Street, Covent Garden, London, UK with Nervous System

December 9, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Neat Change

unknown date, 1967: Brunel University, Uxbridge, West London, UK

unknown date, 1967: London School of Economics, London, UK

unknown date, 1967: Corn Exchange, Hereford, Herefordshire, UK

January 1, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Nice


MABEL GREER'S TOYSHOP #2 (JAN 1968 - MAY 1, 1968)
1) Clive Bailey
2) Alexander Belmont
3) Peter William Brockbanks (aka Peter Banks) guitar
4) Christopher Russell Edward 'Chris' Squire vocals, bass


January 20, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Gods

February 2, 1968: Middle Earth, 43 King Street, Covent Garden, London, UK with The Action, Odyssey, Jeff Dexter

April 3, 1968: 'John Peel's Night Ride', BBC-1 Radio Show, London, UK (broadcasting date)
Mabel Greer's Toyshop perform: 'Beyond And Before', 'Images Of You And Me', 'Jeanetta' and 'Electric Funeral'. The tracks, produced by pianist Mike Leander, were later released posthumously (minus 'Jeanetta') on Peter Banks's anthology album: 'Can I Play You Something?: The Pre-Yes Years Recordings From 1964-1968' (1999).


MABEL GREER'S TOYSHOP #3 (MAY 2, 1968 - MAY 18, 1968)
1) Clive Bailey
2) Alexander Belmont
3) Chris Squire
4) Peter Banks
5) John Roy Anderson vocals


 

May 2, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Nice

May 18, 1968: St. Joseph's Hall, Highgate Archway, North London, UK with The Action


MABEL GREER'S TOYSHOP #4 (JUN 7, 1968 - JUL 15, 1968)
1) Clive Bailey
2) Chris Squire
3) John Anderson
4) William Scott' Bill' Bruford drums


June 7, 1968: Rachel MacMillan's College, Deptford, UK


MABEL GREER'S TOYSHOP #5 (JUL 16, 1968 - JUL 27, 1968)
1) Chris Squire
2) Peter Banks
3) John Anderson
4) Bill Bruford


July 20, 1968: Kingston Market Hall, Kingston-upon-Thames, London, UK

July 26, 1968: Bracknell Sports Centre, Bracknell, UK 

July 27, 1968: Municipal Hall, Newmarket, UK

THE NEAT CHANGE FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST


THE NEAT CHANGE #1 (OCT 1966 - 1967)
1) Stephen Smith bass
2) John Lumley Saville keyboards
3) Brian Sprackling lead guitar
4) James Arthur 'Jimmy' Edwards vocals, rhythm guitar
5) Bob Chandler drums


October 18, 1966: Borough Assembly Hall, Aylesbury, UK with Lee Dorsey, DJ John Dimble

November 1, 1966: Borough Assembly Hall, Aylesbury, UK with The Action, DJ John Dimble

November 22, 1966: Borough Assembly Hall, Aylesbury, UK with Tom Jones and The Squires, The Question, DJ John Dimble (cancelled)

November 26, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK "Audition"

November 29, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Manfred Mann
The Neat Change filling in (uncredited) for The Longboatmen (billed on the Marquee programme).

December 10, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Herd

December 24, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Herd

December 31, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Bunch

January 7, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Robert Hirst and The Big Taste

January 14, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Ultimate

January 21, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Bunch

February 4, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Mirage

February 11, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Robert Hirst and The Big Taste

February 18, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Love Affair

February 25, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Robert Hirst and The Big Taste

March 2, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Bunch

March 31, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Children

May 8, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Five Proud Walkers

May 22, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Nite People

June 22, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Timebox


THE NEAT CHANGE #2 (1967 - ca. MAY 18, 1968)
1) Stephen Smith
2) John Lumley Saville
3) Brian Sprackling
4) Jimmy Edwards
5) Ian McLean drums


October 14, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Iveys

October 21, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Open Mind

October 28, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Third Eye

November 4, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Open Mind

November 11, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with John Morgan Blues Band

November 18, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Sensory Armada

November 25, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Herbal Mixture

December 2, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

December 9, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Mabel Greer's Toyshop 

December 16, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Herbal Mixture

December 23, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Open Mind

December 30, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Mud

January 25, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Iveys

February 5 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Studio Six

February 19, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Open Mind

May 13, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Exception


THE NEAT CHANGE #3 (ca. MAY 19, 1968 - JUL 15, 1968)
1) Stephen Smith
2) John Lumley Saville
3) Jimmy Edwards
4) Ian McLean
5) Peter William Brockbanks lead guitar


June 8, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Timebox

July 6, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Gun

July 13, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Iveys


THE NEAT CHANGE #4 (JUL 16, 1968 - AUG 1?, 1968)
1) Stephen Smith
2) John Lumley Saville
3) Jimmy Edwards
4) Ian McLean


July 20, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Groop

July 27, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Open Mind

August 3, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK

August 10, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Boots

August 17, 1968: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Yes!
The Neat Change were advertised on the Marquee programme but supposedly the band broke up few days earlier and they were replaced by Joe Cocker and The Grease Band tonight.

Monday, 27 December 2010

THE SYN FAMILY TREE - SHOWS LIST


THE INSTEPS (1961 or 1962 - 1962 or 1963)
1) Martyn J. 'Max' Adelman drums
2) John Altman unknown instrument
3) ???????? + others unknown


GARY PAYNE AND THE PETE MARTYN DUO (1962 or 1963 - 1965)
1) Max percussion, bongos
2) Gary Payne vocals
3) Peter 'Pete' Knight semi-acoustic guitar


THE SELFS #1 (1965)
1) Michael 'Mick' Richardson drums
2) Andrew 'Pryce' Jackman keyboards
3) Christopher Russell Edward Squire (aka Chris 'Hoody' Squire) bass, vocals
4) John Wheatley lead guitar
5) Christopher 'Chris' Slater lead vocals, rhythm guitar


March ?, 1965: Graveyard Club, St Andrew's Church Hall, Kinsbury, London, UK
The band had their own venue at the St Andrew's Church Hall where on Friday nights they played at their own club, called appropriately, the Graveyard Club. The band made his first public appearance here in early March, but they played here for most of the year.  

March 20, 1965: Roe Green Church Hall, London, UK


THE SELFS #2 (1965 - MAR 1966)
1) Andrew 'Pryce' Jackman
2) Chris Squire
3) John Wheatley
4) Chris Slater
5) Max Adelman drums


December 31, 1965: Kingsbury Town Hall, Kingsbury, London, UK "New Years Eve Ball"


THE HIGH COURT (1965 - ca. JAN 1966) / THE SYN #1 (ca. JAN 1966 - MAR 1966)
1) Stephen Louis 'Steve' Nardelli rhythm guitar
2) John Painter lead guitar
3) George Arzimanow lead vocals
4) ??????? + others unknown


THE SYN #2 (aka THE WHOLE WAY) (MAR 1966 - ca. NOV 1966)
1) Steve Nardelli
2) John Painter
3) Chris Squire bass, vocals
4) Andrew 'Pryce' Jackman keyboards, vocals
5) Max Adelman drums


March ?, 1966: Kingsbury County Grammar School, Kingsbury, London, UK with Plum Nellie "School Dance"
The Syn #2 first gig. Steve Nardelli attended this school at that time.

Spring - Summer 1966: Casablanca Club, Finchley Road, Swiss Cottage, London, UK
The band played there every Sundays for several months.

August 6, 1966: City Hall, Salisbury, UK with The Shakedown Sound

August 26, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Gary Farr and The T-Bones
The band was always billed only as 'Syn' (minus 'The') on the Marquee programme.

September 3, 1966: The Place, Bryan Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK
The band was billed as 'The Syne' on the concert flyer.

September 12, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with the V.I.P.'s

September 23, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Action

September 29, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Move

October 10, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Alan Bown Set

November 4, 1966: Quay Club, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK


THE SYN #3 (ca. NOV 1966 - 1967)
1) Steve Nardelli
2) Chris Squire
3) Andrew 'Pryce' Jackman
4) Peter Banks lead guitar
5) Gunner Jokull Hakanarsson (or Gunnar Jokull Hakonarson?) drums     


November 28, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Alan Bown Set

December 6, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Jimmy James and The Vagabonds

December 13, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Eric Burdon and The Animals

December 20, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Spencer Davis Group

December 29, 1966: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Pink Floyd

unknown date, 1966 or 1967: unknown venue, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
Chris Squire didn't show up and the band play as four-piece tonight.

January 3, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Tony Rivers and The Castaways

January 17, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Zoot Money's Big Roll Band

January 24, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Jimi Hendrix Experience

January 31, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Jimmy James and The Vagabonds

February 7, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Spencer Davis Group

February 14, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Tony Rivers and The Castaways

February 21, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Cat Stevens, George Bean and The Runners

February 28, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Alan Bown Set

March 16, 1967: 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, UK with Cliff Bennett and The Rebel Rousers, Ronnie Jones and The Bluejays

March 30, 1967: Upper Cut Club, London, UK with The Alan Bown Set 

April 1, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Footprints

April 8, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Love Affair

April 14, 1967: Starlight Club, Greenford, UK with The Creation

April 15, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with C Jam Blues

April 22, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Stalkers

April 29, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Skip Bifferty

May 6, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with We Three Kings

May 13, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Stalkers

May 22, 1967: Wall City Jazz Club, Quaintways, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire, UK with The Chuckles, Graham Bond Organisation, The Wall City Jazzmen

May 27, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Bluesyard

June 10, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Stalkers

June 17, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Love Affair

June 24, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Third Eye

July 17, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Darlings

August 6, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Marmalade

August 11, 1967: Balloon Meadow, The Royal Windsor Racecourse, Maindenhead Road, Windsor, UK with Small Faces, The Move, The Nite People, Tomorrow, The Marmalade, Eric Burdon And The New Animals "7th National Jazz & Blues Festival (aka 7th National Jazz - Pop - Ballads & Blues Festival)"

August 20, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Skatalites, The Open Mins, Elio-Karfenetti "Breakthru Night"

August 26 or 27 or 28, 1967: Woburn Abbey Grounds, Wobburn Abbey, Bedfordshire, UK with The Kinks (cancelled), The Jeff Beck Group, Marmalade, Bee Gees, Alan Price Set, Denny Laine‘s Electric String Band, Eric Burdon And The Animals, Dantalian’s Chariot, Family, Al Stewart, Tomorrow, Blossom Toes, Breakthru, Tintern Abbey plus many, many other stars "Festival of the Flower Children" 

September 5, 1967: Royalty Ballroom, Southgate, UK

September 7, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with Studio Six  

October 12, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Third Eye

November 2, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Quick 

November 16, 1967: Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, central London, UK with The Love Affair


THE SYN #4 (1967)
1) Steve Nardelli
2) Chris Squire
3) Peter Banks
4) Andrew 'Pryce' Jackman
5) Ray Steele drums


THE SYN #5 (1967 - JAN 7, 1968)
1) Steve Nardelli
2) Chris Squire
3) Peter Banks
4) Andrew 'Pryce' Jackman
5) Chris Allen drums


December 18, 1967: Wall City Jazz Club, Quaintways, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire, UK with Chris Barber's Jazz Band, Uncle Herbert's Soul Band "Christmas Festival" 

January 7, 1968: Cat Ballou Club, Grantham, South Kesteven, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, UK
The Syn's last gig.

unknown date, 1968: unknown venue, Las Vegas, NV, USA (cancelled because the band broke up)

unknown date, 1968: unknown venue, unknown city, Japan (cancelled because the band broke up)

unknown date, 1968: unknown venue, unknown city, Australia (cancelled because the band broke up) 

Monday, 20 December 2010

CARAVAN FAMILY TREE


CARAVAN #1 (JAN 1968 - AUG 7, 1971)
1) Richard Sinclair vocals, bass
2) David 'Dave' Sinclair organ
3) Julian 'Pye' Hastings vocals, guitar
4) Richard Coughlan drums


CARAVAN #2 (AUG 8, 1971 - JUL 1972)
1) Richard Sinclair
2) Pye Hastings
3) Richard Coughlan
4) Steve Miller organ


CARAVAN #3 (JUL 1972 - FEB 1973)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Stuart Evans bass
4) Derek Austin organ
5) Geoffrey Richardson viola


CARAVAN #4 (FEB 1973 - MAR 1973)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Geoffrey Richardson
4) John G. Perry vocals, bass


CARAVAN #5 (MAR 1973 - JUL 3, 1974)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Geoffrey Richardson
4) John G. Perry
5) Dave Sinclair 


CARAVAN #6 (JUL 4, 1974 - JUN 1975)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Geoffrey Richardson
4) Dave Sinclair
5) Mike Wedgwood bass


CARAVAN #7 (JUN 1975 - JUL 1975)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Geoffrey Richardson
4) Mike Wedgwood
5) John Murphy guitar
6) Les Feast drums


CARAVAN #8 (JUL 1975 - NOV 1976)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Geoffrey Richardson
4) Mike Wedgwood
5) John Murphy
6) Les Feast
7) Jan Schelhass organ


CARAVAN #9 (NOV 1976 - DEC 1976)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Geoffrey Richardson
4) Mike Wedgwood
5) John Murphy
6) Les Feast
7) Jan Schelhass
8) Dave Sinclair


CARAVAN #10 (DEC 1976 - JAN 1977)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Geoffrey Richardson
4) John Murphy
5) Les Feast
6) Jan Schelhass
7) Dave Sinclair


CARAVAN #11 (JAN 1977 - APR 14, 1978)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Geoffrey Richardson
4) John Murphy
5) Les Feast
6) Jan Schelhass
7) Dave Sinclair
8) Dek Messecar bass


CARAVAN #12 (APR 15, 1978 - SEPT 1978)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) John Murphy
4) Les Feast
5) Jan Schelhass
6) Dave Sinclair
7) Dek Messecar


CARAVAN #13 (SEPT 1978 - OCT ?, 1979)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) John Murphy
4) Les Feast
5) Dek Messecar


CARAVAN #14 (OCT ?, 1979 - OCT 1?, 1979))
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Richard Sinclair
4) Dave Sinclair
5) Geoffrey Richardson


CARAVAN #15 (OCT 1?, 1979 - NOV 1981)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Dave Sinclair
4) Dek Messecar
5) Geoffrey Richardson


CARAVAN #16 (NOV 1981 - JAN 1990)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Dave Sinclair
4) Richard Sinclair


CARAVAN #17 (JAN 1990 - NOV 1994)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Richard Coughlan
3) Dave Sinclair
4) Richard Sinclair
5) Jimmy Hastings sax, flute


CARAVAN #18 (NOV 1994 - 1996)
1) Dave Sinclair
2) JImmy Hastings
3) Peter 'Pete' Bardens organ
4) Steve Adams guitar
5) Rick Biddulph bass
6) Andy Ward drums
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7) Pye Hastings (only as "guest")


CARAVAN #19 (1996 - OCT 1996)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Dave Sinclair
3) Jimmy Hastings
4) Richard Coughlan
5) Jim Leverton bass


CARAVAN #20 (OCT 1996 - PRESENT)
1) Pye Hastings
2) Dave Sinclair
3) Jimmy Hastings
4) Richard Coughlan
5) Jim Leverton
6) Doug Boyle guitar
7) Simon Bentall percussion