Change of Line Up

CHANGE TO LINE UP:

Due to a serious medical condition Gerry Marsden has been forced to withdraw from the upcoming Sixties Gold tour, however the promoters are pleased to announce that Spencer Davis is to replace Gerry Marsden in the show. Davis boasts a string of hits from 1964 to 1968 including the No.1s Keep On Running and Somebody Help Me as well as Top 10 hits Gimme Some Loving and I’m A Man.

The line-up for Sixties Gold will now be:
The Searchers
Spencer Davis
P.J. Proby
The Pacemakers
The Fortunes
Brian Poole & Chip Hawkes

I’m sure you will join us in wishing Gerry well.

 

Comments

  1. CHRISTINE ANSON says:

    Marvellous concert in Blackpool last night, but so sorry that Brian too was unable to be there because of illness. Hope you get better soon, because we are booked on the show at Billingham early next year. Also hope Gerry is on the mend.

  2. CHRISTINE ANSON says:

    Marvellous concert in Blackpool last night, but so sorry that Brian too was unable to be there because of illness. Hope you get better soon, because we are booked on the show at Billingham early next year. Also hope Gerry is on the mend.

  3. mary s larner says:

    excellent night at the palladium with the sixties gold tour…. pure magic great to hear the songs from the sixties….all the memories came flooding back best of luck to all the boys for future tour dates
    thankyou

  4. Sue & Dave says:

    We went to see the Sixties Gold Tour in Birmingham last night. The concern was great but we were very sad to hear that Gerry, Brian and Chip were all unable to appear due to health problems. We’ve seen the tour before which was why we went back again this year. We just want to wish Gerry, Brian and Chip very speedy recoveries and look forward to seeing them again next year. We also saw Gerry in his Ferry Across The Mersey tour when it came to The Regal in Tenbury Wells and if he does that tour again we’ll certainly come to that again too. All the best to everybody and thanks to all last nights’ artists for a great show.

  5. Hi Brian…I was a big fan from Watford in the 60s. I now live in beautiful Palm Beach, South Florida. ‘The Land Of Endless Sunshine’.
    When I was a young fan, my beautiful girl Joan& I always made it to any close venues of yours. I was so inspired that I got a group together, played locally but we were paying homage to that incredible time of the birth of real rock…
    Thanks for the great memories. Wow! I cant say enough Gratitude for that time. I never did marry my girl. She now lives in Leighton Buzzard Beds. married to an old pal. So I moved broken hearted to Montreal. Canada….
    I lived in Montreal, then moved to NYC…I mean real NYC, -Manhattan. I was there for 34 years & lived hard & fast; I was involved in the birth of SPIN & a few other Rock things. I was a ‘publisher ‘of a kind by then…
    I retired due to Cancer, but I survived and now live calmly..HrrM!
    I always wondered why you folk never made it here.Maybe you did, but I was on another planet?
    Thanks for those memories…(You also had the whitest teeth I had ever seen then.)
    I wish you good health love and wealth…Keith

  6. Hi Brian…I was a big fan from Watford in the 60s. I now live in beautiful Palm Beach, South Florida. ‘The Land Of Endless Sunshine’.
    When I was a young fan, my beautiful girl Joan& I always made it to any close venues of yours. I was so inspired that I got a group together, played locally but we were paying homage to that incredible time of the birth of real rock…
    Thanks for the great memories. Wow! I cant say enough Gratitude for that time. I never did marry my girl. She now lives in Leighton Buzzard Beds. married to an old pal. So I moved broken hearted to Montreal. Canada….
    I lived in Montreal, then moved to NYC…I mean real NYC, -Manhattan. I was there for 34 years & lived hard & fast; I was involved in the birth of SPIN & a few other Rock things. I was a ‘publisher ‘of a kind by then…
    I retired due to Cancer, but I survived and now live calmly..HrrM!
    I always wondered why you folk never made it here.Maybe you did, but I was on another planet?
    Thanks for those memories…(You also had the whitest teeth I had ever seen then.)
    I wish you good health love and wealth…Keith
    Gerry: May Sunshine be with you always, as is the God of your understanding.

  7. OOPS! Sorry!

  8. George Field says:

    Hello Brian. I was chatting to Frank Allen last night and he told me that you are on the road to recovery after your hospital scare last year.
    I am sure I speak for all your Australian fans in wishing you a speedy return to full health.
    Apparently Gerry Marsden is still not the best and I would certainly wish him well, too.
    All you wonderful people have given us so much pleasure over the years and when it comes time to hang up the guitar, I would wish you a happy and well deserved retirement.
    Kindest regards,
    George.

  9. Hullo Brian
    Saw you some years ago at Felixstowe it was a great night sorry to see that you have been ill. I hope that you will make it this way again soon. Thank you for all the great music and happiness you brought to us when we were young, inside am still 18 until I look in the mirror! With the very bestest of wishes Heather B

  10. Tony Lampert says:

    Hi Brian, I heard your name mentioned on Radio Kent today but unfortunately missed the interview but noticed as they played Silence is Golden. This is by way of my thank you for all the happy hours I spent at Dreamland in Margate where I still live, watching you and the Trems each time you came down there. Yours was the very first band I saw live and I was hooked from that moment on. I must have seen you half a dozen times there, including the last time when you appeared solo. My favourite band at that time, never forgotten. I still have Alan Howard’s autograph as a memory, didn’t get the others or yours unfortunately. My wife and I were going to see you at the Winter Gardens, Margate in 2014 but on the night you were taken ill. So disappointed. Still, Chip did a great job solo. Hope you are recovered. Happy days, all the best.

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