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Chesney Hawkes had met Billy Shears at Shane Ritchie´s wedding
in Majorca and Billy kindly gave Vince the contact. Chesney joined
Vince on the line from England just after returning from Iceland where
he´d been conducting a songwriting workshop. M
Johnny Tillotson joined me on the line from his home in Los
Angeles. It was a real pleasure to talk with Johnny about his
fabulous career   25th February 2008
The Walker Brothers had fabulous hits in the sixties and Gary Walker
gives us the lowdown on how it all started . He had an early claim to
fame in that he drummed for Elvis. He was also a pal of PJ Proby and
was encouraged to come to the UK by the then Rolling Stone Brian
Jones.Gary then told us about his career after the Walker Brothers.
Jet Harris is a legend. Jet has had an illustrious career as an original
member of The Shadows,  as Jet Harris with Tony Meehan and as
the first musician to play an electric bass in the UK. Jet played on
most of the early Shadows hits including the wonderful Apache
Everybody knows Tommy James singing Mony and Hanky Panky but
tnow there´s a brilliant new CD for Christmas.....      29th October 2008
John Gorman, Scaffold, went to the same school as Vince and they
remember the good old days at St Anselms College, Birkenhead.
Other old boys include Paul O´Grady and Austin Healey
Alvin Stardust has had a variety of aspects to his career. This is
exemplified by his switch from the successful Shane Fenton to the
even more successful Alvin Stardust. Alvin jjoined Vince on the line
on 19th May 2008
A unique, and charismatic performer, Dave Berry performed a
mixture of hard R&B and pop ballads. He was extremely
popular in Britain, and on Continental Europe.
A unique, and charismatic performer, Dave Berry performed a
mixture of hard R&B and pop ballads. He was extremely
popular in Britain, and on Continental Europe.
Albert Lee is a guitar virtuoso reckoned by Eric Clapton to be the best
in the world  and he joined Vince on the line from Los Angeles on
Monday 12th May 2008