born Reginald Leonard Smith in Blackheath on 15th April 1939, is one of the UK’s most enduring singing stars with a career spanning seven decades. Renowned as part of the first generation of British pop stars to emulate American rock and roll, Marty’s hits included Donna, written by Richie Valens, Teenager in Love and Sea of Love. Early TV appearances included Jack Good’s Oh Boy! and follow up Boy Meets Girl. Marty also performed on the West End stage appearing in Bye Bye Birdie, and in several films including Stardust, sequel to That’ll Be The Day, in which he starred with David Essex, Adam Faith, Paul Nicholas, Keith Moon and Larry Hagman.
The New Honeycombs
evolved from the original Honeycombs, who burst onto the pop scene with the worldwide hit number one Have I The Right
in 1964 followed by another That’s The Way
, Is It Because
and the Ray Davies penned Something Better Beginning
. Their set is virtually a discography of the 1960s.
started in 1963 with Freddie Garrity as the never to be forgotten Freddie and The Dreamers. The band remain one of the best known named bands on the 60s music circuit still featuring two original members - Alan Mosca and Bryan Byng. Along with Freddie, Alan and Bryan toured the world as part of the British Invasion Tour of America, sharing the stage with Gerry and The Pacemakers and The Searchers. Today, Alan and Bryan are joined by The Temple Brothers, Steve and Colin, who in their own right are seasoned professionals having toured extensively with their Everly Brothers tribute show and Midnight Dynamos rock and roll band.
is known as the Number 1 Lionel Richie Tribute around today. His uncanny resemblance to Motown the legend prompted the BBC to invite him to guest alongside Lionel himself on the Graham Norton Show. Before embarking on his tribute show, Hamilton travelled the world performing with icons of soul like The Four Tops, Percy Sledge, The Detroit Emeralds,Odyssey and more. His tribute show is not to be missed.
Keith Slater‘s 60s show
is packed with memories from the era that defined a generation with songs from The Beatles, The Searchers, The Beachboys, The Monkees, Cliff and the Shadows, Simon & Garfunkle, Peter Sarstedt and many more. From rock ‘n’ roll to psychedelia from the summer of love, Keith’s 60s show covers it all.