This week’s Throwback Thursday recalls 1950s UK chart-topper, Eddie Calvert topping the bill at Cardiff’s New Theatre.
Following on from last weeks feature on the early days of South Wales band, The Sabres, Andy Howells continues to look at the Cwmbran bands history with recollections from Rod Thomas. By 1966, The Sabres consisting of Jim Kinnersley, John Hutton, Ian Norman, Rob Bishop, Gareth Moreton and Rod Thomas were already making their markContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: The Sabres Enter Melody Maker Beat Contest and Record For Decca!”
In this weeks Throwback Thursday feature, Andy Howells recalls another 1960s band from South Wales, The Sabres!
Following last week’s Throwback Thursday feature on Cwmbran’s Gerry and The Rebels, today we look at one of the group’s further adventures when they auditioned for the 1960s pop show Discs A Go Go.
Andy Howells recalls Cwmbran 1960s band, Gerry and The Rebels.
Andy Howells remembers Newport born musician, Mark Goodwin, who died earlier this month.
Cardiff’s New Theatre celebrated its 114th birthday on December 10th and as a belated celebration, Entertainment South Wales thought it would be good to look back on some of the wonderful pantomimes the New Theatre has hosted over the last five decades.
Back in May, our Throwback Thursday feature paid tribute to music legend Little Richard who supported the Everly Brothers at their Cardiff show on October 6, 1963.
Andy Howells chats to actor, writer and broadcaster David Barry
This week’s Throwback Thursday recalls The Who’s 1966 gig at Coed eva Community College, Cwmbran with support from The Pieces of Mind and The Right of Man.