THE MERSEYBEATSTHE QUARRYMEN THE PRELLIES…THE PRE AMPS…HAMBURG BEAT

FEATURING

BESTFEST 12

THE PETE BEST BAND
STARRING…

THE PRE AMPS

SATURDAY 29TH AUGUST 2020 TICKETS £29.50 Casbah Coffee Club 8 Haymans Green West Derby Village Liverpool L12 7JG
“Gone” from the CD “Haymans Green”  -  The Pete Best Band

Doors open 4.00 pm

Groups Begin at 4.30 pm

CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF THE BEATLES

HAMBURG BEAT

THE QUARRYMEN

THE MERSEYBEATS

Merseybeat & The Beatles

CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF THE BEATLES

The Merseybeats were formed in 1961, in Liverpool under the name of The Mavericks which comprised of Tony Crane (lead guitar, vocals) Billy Kinsley (bass, vocals) working as an Everly Brothers influenced duo around the clubs of Liverpool. They soon became a four piece with the addition of David Elias(rhythm guitar, vocals) and Frank Sloane (drums). For a short while they changed name to The Pacifics and in 1962 The Mavericks. They later changed their name to The Merseybeats. The group originally signed with Brian Epstein but things didn’t work out and decided on different managers. On the Fontana label, The Merseybeats had their first big hit in 1963 with ‘It’s Love That Really Counts’ followed in 1964’ by their million selling recording ‘I Think of You’ which raced up the top ten and presented them with their first gold disc. The Merseybeats adopted their own distinctive style of fashion, the sartorial elegance they would have liked under Epstein. The Merseybeats were regarded as the ‘Best Looking Group’ dressed in tight fitting suits with bolero jackets and frilly shirts, their outfits complete with high heeled zip boots provoked hysteria from their female fans. They received further success with two more major hits, ‘Don’t Turn Around’ and ‘Wishin & Hopin’, Other successful recordings include ‘Last Night’ ‘Don’t Let It Happen To Us’ ‘I Love You Yes I Do’ ‘I Stand Accused’. ‘Mister Moonlight’ Really Mystified‘ ‘The Fortune Teller‘ ‘Lovely Loretta’ and ‘It’s Love That Really Counts’. Appearing regularly at Liverpool’s world-famous Cavern Club and they hold the unique distinction of sharing a stage with with The Beatles on more occasions than any other band from that era. Their success brought them international recognition, 1964 saw The Merseybeats appearing in Germany, the U.S.A. and even having their own Merseybeats Show on Italian television. The line-up changed over the years to include iconic Merseybeat players such as Kenny Mundye John Banks and the legendary Johnny Gustafson. In 1966 Tony and Billy formed a vocal duo called simply The Merseys and with their backing band, The Fruit Eating Bears, they achieved their greatest ever recording success with ‘Sorrow’ which has become a sixties classic and mentioned as a favourite by many artists, David Bowie later recorded a version for his 'Pinups' album.. The original line-up of the unique 'two drumming band' the Fruit Eating Bears was Joey Molland, guitar; Chris Finley, keyboards; George Cassidy, bass and Kenny Goodlass and Kenny Mundye on drums. The Merseys had run their course, during the years 1969 - 1974 and Tony Crane and Billy Kinsley with Kenny Mundye on drums played on as The Merseybeats. They were headline performers at the 1971 Merseybeat Reunion Concert held at the Top Rank Ballroom, Liverpool. Tony Crane continued to lead the group working on the cabaret circuit under the name of Tony Crane & The Merseybeats 1971 -74 with Tony Coates (Bass) , Chris Finley (keyboard), Derek Cashin (drums) - finally a line up comprising of Bob Packham (bass), Allan Cosgrove (drums) Colin Drummond ( keyboards and violin). Billy Kinsley formed Rockin Horse, Annabella and later the successful Liverpool Express, having hits both in the UK and South America with 'You Are My Love' and 'Every Man Must Have A Dream’ Kenny Mundye was a member of Liverpool Express, replacing Derek Cashin in 1976. 1993: Billy Kinsley returned to the band, along with Dave Goldberg who had been an integral part of Liverpool Express. Tony Crane & The Merseybeats became, once again, The Merseybeats. 2000: Tony Crane's son Adrian joined the band replacing Dave Goldberg who left along with Allan Gosgove, the mastermind behind Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac. Replacement for Allan on drums is Lou Rosenthal, who career includes Ian Gillan Band, The Undertakers, and Export.
As we all know the first iteration of The Beatles was the Quarrymen. Formed in 1956 as a skiffle group, we are pleased to announce that surviving members of the band are to appear at BestFest 12. Since the break-up of the Beatles in 1970 and the death of John Lennon in 1980, members of the Quarrymen have reunited several times. From 1994 to 1995, Rod Davis and John Lowe recorded an album with studio musicians. This album, Open for Engagements, was released in 1995 under the Quarrymen name. The surviving members of the original line-up of the Quarrymen reunited in 1997 for the 40th anniversary of their performance at the 1957 Woolton village fete—which was the occasion of the first meeting of Lennon and McCartney. All five surviving original members, Pete Shotton, Rod Davis, Len Garry, Eric Griffiths and Colin Hanton, performed. Following this, the group continued to perform—undertaking tours of the UK, the US, Germany, Japan, Russia, Cuba and other countries. The group's repertoire focuses on the skiffle and early rock and roll they played in their original incarnation with the added roots rock historical perspective of illustrating how American roots music inspired the nascent Beatles. In 2000, producer and the Beatles' historian Martin Lewis produced the group performing the Del-Vikings song "Come Go with Me" (the first song McCartney recalled hearing Lennon sing on the first day they met) for use on the soundtrack of the Michael Lindsay-Hogg film Two of Us, a film about the last day that Lennon and McCartney saw each other in April 1976. Eric Griffiths died in 2005, and Pete Shotton retired, owing to ill-health. Shotton died on 24 March 2017. As of 2016, Davis, Garry, and Hanton continue to perform around the world. Lowe occasionally performs with them. In September and October 2010, the band undertook a US tour celebrating the 70th anniversary of their founder (Lennon). They appeared in a charity concert for Amnesty International honouring Lennon in New York City on Lennon's birthday, Saturday 9 October 2010. Since 2016, former Beatles bassist Chas Newby has been performing with the band. Since their 1997 reformation, the Quarrymen have recorded three albums, consisting mostly of covers of 1950s rock and skiffle.

The Casbah and The Quarrymen

In the summer of 1959, Mona Best decided to open a club in her cellar and offered the Les Stewart Quartet a residency if they would help convert the cellar. Harrison and fellow Quartet guitarist Ken Brown, however, missed a show, causing Les Stewart to fire the two and drop the residency. This caused distress to Mona, but Harrison offered a solution: he recruited Lennon and McCartney to play, and they returned to calling themselves the Quarrymen. After helping Mona finish converting the cellar, the new four guitarist line-up of the Quarrymen (Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Brown) opened the Casbah Coffee Club on 29 August 1959. The opening night performance was attended by about 300 local teenagers, but as the cellar had no air conditioning and people were dancing, the temperature rose until it became hard to breathe. The Quarrymen were afforded the use of Brown's three input amplifier (which, along with McCartney's Elpico, meant that all four guitarists were electric), and sang through one microphone connected to the club's small PA system. The group continued their Casbah residency into the new year, occasionally securing other gigs In early 1960, the Quarrymen returned to Phillips' Sound Recording Services to record Lennon's new original song "One After 909", although this recording does not survive. Around the same time, the three made a rehearsal tape at McCartney's home. Harrison was absent (as he had an apprenticeship), and the tape features several jams and original songs, including the McCartney instrumental "Cayenne". With few gigs during this period the group often wrote letters to secure bookings, several of which survive. The four disliked the Quarrymen name, and went through several others during this period, including Los Paranoias. By March 1960, Lennon and Sutcliffe came up with a new name: the Beatles. The Beatles (after several line-up changes, including adding Mona's son Pete Best on drums) continued to perform around Liverpool and in Hamburg, Germany, before being signed to Parlophone Records in 1962 and the rest as they say is history
Many years ago, two Birmingham based, Beatle obsessed friends, Trev Townsend and Gaz Evans, set up an e-group and website called Beatleworld. It focused on the early years of the band, the important and sometimes overlooked people involved in the Beatles' rise to fame and included the first online Pete Best fan club. Gaz and Trev were also keen musicians and when, in 2002, a message came to the website asking for a band to play the reopening of the legendary Casbah Coffee Club, Trev immediately volunteered 'The Prellies', even though the band, at that point, didn't actually exist. Luckily, by the day of the show, the Prellies had recruited Ace Brummie Mod Face, Julian Heath, as lead singer, learnt some songs, have at least three rehearsals, and somehow pulled off a storming set! So storming that they had to play it all again at the audience's request! Following their 'birth' at the Casbah, the Prellies took off in a way that Trev and Gaz never could have imagined, playing historic Liverpool beat venues like The Jacaranda and The Cavern, become a regular fixture at International Beatleweek, and appearing at Beatles Festivals around the world, including one show as Tony Sheridan's backing band. They managed all this without playing songs written by Lennon and McCartney, but purely focusing on the raw, classic rock'n'roll numbers pulled directly from Beatles (and other Beat legends) early set lists, played at maximum velocity and volume. Sadly Trev Prellie unexpectedly passed away on 1st October 2018, but the Prellies continue to play, hopefully with the same energy and passion, as it seems the best way to keep his memory alive. Expect to hear forgotten gems like 'Shimmy Like Kate', 'Red Sails In The Sunset' and 'Talkin' About You', and classic rockers like 'Long Tall Sally' and 'What'd I Say' at the place where it all began for the Beatles (and for us!). The Prellies are Gaz Prellie, Jules Prellie, Ad Prellie and Dan Prellie (plus Chris Prellie in Australia!) Mach Shau! Love and Peas! Trevor Forever!
Hamburg Beat are a 21st Century Beat Group, recreating the sounds of the early 60's Beat Clubs of Hamburg & Liverpool. Despite the band name, the band’s not from Hamburg at all, their three permanent members are from Lincoln in the UK. The origins of the band go back as far as 1981, but the ‘Hamburg Beat’ era began in 2012. Since then, things have really taken off for the band, who have appeared at festivals in Belgium, Norway, Finland, Holland, France, Germany and of course in both Hamburg and Liverpool, including over 50 appearances at The Cavern Club, where they regularly cover for the Cavern’s resident bands. Hamburg Beat are a no-frills rock n roll band. No suits, no guitar effects and no wigs! They play the songs that were first heard blasting out from the beat clubs of Hamburg and Liverpool in the late 50’s and early 60s. The band performed at International Beatleweek in Liverpool in 2014, 2015 and 2017. It’s always been their long-standing ambition to play at The Casbah. Hamburg Beat are proud to be endorsed by Hofner Guitars.    Band line up: Mark Waldie: Rhythm Guitar, Vocals and Harmonica Nick McAndrew: Lead Guitar & Vocals Alex Waldie: Bass Guitar & Vocals Tony O’Keeffe: Guest Drummer (courtesy of The Shakers)
The Pre-Amps are a 4-piece 1960s Mod-influenced pop/rock band from Newcastle upon Tyne who have recently moved to live part-time in Liverpool, the home of Merseybeat, while studying Music Production at Edge Hill University in Ormskirk. They specialise in performing covers from the 1960s, covering the likes of The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Small Faces, The Who, The Kinks, The Hollies and The Monkees to name but a few, whilst combining distinctive 1960s-style vocal harmonies and retro Rock & Roll instrumentation to create a real nostalgic experience that’s sure to get you up dancing! Known locally for their impressive vocal harmonies, The Pre-Amps have made a big impression on the North East music scene since touring the local pub/club circuit and are currently furthering this in the North West. They gained great exposure after playing on the front stage at the world-famous Cavern Club, Liverpool for the first time in March 2018 and supported the Small Fakers in the Cavern Club Live Lounge in March 2019, subsequently being asked to return by the venue on several occasions. The band’s self-produced 2017 and 2019 ‘Covers’ albums have sold very well and have been highly praised worldwide for capturing the essence of the times and reminding people of “the good old days”.
Fortune Teller 1964
In Spite Of All The Danger

THE PRELLIES

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Take me to the Casbah THE CASBAH COFFEE CLUB 8 Haymans Green Liverpool L12 7JG E: roagmuseum@gmail.com T: 0151 280 3519
“Gone” from the CD “Haymans Green”  -  The Pete Best Band

Doors Open 4 pm

BESTFEST 12

BESTFEST 12

THE MERSEYBEATS

SATURDAY 29TH AUGUST 2020
TICKETS £29.50
Casbah Coffee Club 8 Haymans Green West Derby Village Liverpool L12 7JG
THE PETE BEST BAND
THE MERSEYBEATS THE QUARRYMEN THE PRELLIES HAMBURG BEAT THE PRE AMPS
STARRING…

FEATURING

THE QUARRYMEN

BUY TICKETS £29.50 each Only a limited number of tickets are available. All previous shows were sold out, so order as soon as possible.

CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF THE BEATLES

The Merseybeats were formed in 1961, in Liverpool under the name of The Mavericks which comprised of Tony Crane (lead guitar, vocals) Billy Kinsley (bass, vocals) working as an Everly Brothers influenced duo around the clubs of Liverpool. They soon became a four piece with the addition of David Elias(rhythm guitar, vocals) and Frank Sloane (drums). For a short while they changed name to The Pacifics and in 1962 The Mavericks. They later changed their name to The Merseybeats. The group originally signed with Brian Epstein but things didn’t work out and decided on different managers. On the Fontana label, The Merseybeats had their first big hit in 1963 with ‘It’s Love That Really Counts’ followed in 1964’ by their million selling recording ‘I Think of You’ which raced up the top ten and presented them with their first gold disc. The Merseybeats adopted their own distinctive style of fashion, the sartorial elegance they would have liked under Epstein. The Merseybeats were regarded as the ‘Best Looking Group’ dressed in tight fitting suits with bolero jackets and frilly shirts, their outfits complete with high heeled zip boots provoked hysteria from their female fans. They received further success with two more major hits, ‘Don’t Turn Around’ and ‘Wishin & Hopin’, Other successful recordings include ‘Last Night’ ‘Don’t Let It Happen To Us’ ‘I Love You Yes I Do’ ‘I Stand Accused’. ‘Mister Moonlight’ Really Mystified‘ ‘The Fortune Teller‘ ‘Lovely Loretta’ and ‘It’s Love That Really Counts’. Appearing regularly at Liverpool’s world-famous Cavern Club and they hold the unique distinction of sharing a stage with with The Beatles on more occasions than any other band from that era. Their success brought them international recognition, 1964 saw The Merseybeats appearing in Germany, the U.S.A. and even having their own Merseybeats Show on Italian television. The line-up changed over the years to include iconic Merseybeat players such as Kenny Mundye John Banks and the legendary Johnny Gustafson. In 1966 Tony and Billy formed a vocal duo called simply The Merseys and with their backing band, The Fruit Eating Bears, they achieved their greatest ever recording success with ‘Sorrow’ which has become a sixties classic and mentioned as a favourite by many artists, David Bowie later recorded a version for his 'Pinups' album.. The original line-up of the unique 'two drumming band' the Fruit Eating bears was Joey Molland, guitar; Chris Finley, keyboards; George Cassidy, bass and Kenny Goodlass and Kenny Mundye on drums. The Merseys had run their course, during the years 1969 - 1974 and Tony Crane and Billy Kinsley with Kenny Mundye on drums played on as The Merseybeats. They were headline performers at the 1971 Merseybeat Reunion Concert held at the Top Rank Ballroom, Liverpool. Tony Crane continued to lead the group working on the cabaret circuit under the name of Tony Crane & The Merseybeats 1971 -74 with Tony Coates (Bass) , Chris Finley (keyboard), Derek Cashin (drums) - finally a line up comprising of Bob Packham (bass), Allan Cosgrove (drums) Colin Drummond ( keyboards and violin). Billy Kinsley formed Rockin Horse, Annabella and later the successful Liverpool Express, having hits both in the UK and South America with 'You Are My Love' and 'Every Man Must Have A Dream’ Kenny Mundye was a member of Liverpool Express, replacing Derek Cashin in 1976. 1993: Billy Kinsley returned to the band, along with Dave Goldberg who had been an integral part of Liverpool Express. Tony Crane & The Merseybeats became, once again, The Merseybeats. 2000: Tony Crane's son Adrian joined the band replacing Dave Goldberg who left along with Allan Gosgove, the mastermind behind Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac. Replacement for Allan on drums is Lou Rosenthal, who career includes Ian Gillan Band, The Undertakers, and Export.
Fortune Teller 1964
As we all know the first iteration of The Beatles was the Quarrymen. Formed in 1956 as a skiffle group, we are pleased to announce that surviving members of the band are to appear at BestFest 12. Since the break-up of the Beatles in 1970 and the death of John Lennon in 1980, members of the Quarrymen have reunited several times. From 1994 to 1995, Rod Davis and John Lowe recorded an album with studio musicians. This album, Open for Engagements, was released in 1995 under the Quarrymen name. The surviving members of the original line-up of the Quarrymen reunited in 1997 for the 40th anniversary of their performance at the 1957 Woolton village fete—which was the occasion of the first meeting of Lennon and McCartney. All five surviving original members, Pete Shotton, Rod Davis, Len Garry, Eric Griffiths and Colin Hanton, performed. Following this, the group continued to perform—undertaking tours of the UK, the US, Germany, Japan, Russia, Cuba and other countries. The group's repertoire focuses on the skiffle and early rock and roll they played in their original incarnation with the added roots rock historical perspective of illustrating how American roots music inspired the nascent Beatles. In 2000, producer and the Beatles' historian Martin Lewis produced the group performing the Del-Vikings song "Come Go with Me" (the first song McCartney recalled hearing Lennon sing on the first day they met) for use on the soundtrack of the Michael Lindsay-Hogg film Two of Us, a film about the last day that Lennon and McCartney saw each other in April 1976. Eric Griffiths died in 2005, and Pete Shotton retired, owing to ill-health. Shotton died on 24 March 2017. As of 2016, Davis, Garry, and Hanton continue to perform around the world. Lowe occasionally performs with them. In September and October 2010, the band undertook a US tour celebrating the 70th anniversary of their founder (Lennon). They appeared in a charity concert for Amnesty International honouring Lennon in New York City on Lennon's birthday, Saturday 9 October 2010. Since 2016, former Beatles bassist Chas Newby has been performing with the band. Since their 1997 reformation, the Quarrymen have recorded three albums, consisting mostly of covers of 1950s rock and skiffle. The Casbah and The Quarrymen In the summer of 1959, Mona Best decided to open a club in her cellar and offered the Les Stewart Quartet a residency if they would help convert the cellar. Harrison and fellow Quartet guitarist Ken Brown, however, missed a show, causing Les Stewart to fire the two and drop the residency. This caused distress to Mona, but Harrison offered a solution: he recruited Lennon and McCartney to play, and they returned to calling themselves the Quarrymen. After helping Mona finish converting the cellar, the new four guitarist line-up of the Quarrymen (Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Brown) opened the Casbah Coffee Club on 29 August 1959. The opening night performance was attended by about 300 local teenagers, but as the cellar had no air conditioning and people were dancing, the temperature rose until it became hard to breathe. The Quarrymen were afforded the use of Brown's three input amplifier (which, along with McCartney's Elpico, meant that all four guitarists were electric), and sang through one microphone connected to the club's small PA system. The group continued their Casbah residency into the new year, occasionally securing other gigs. In early 1960, the Quarrymen returned to Phillips' Sound Recording Services to record Lennon's new original song "One After 909", although this recording does not survive. Around the same time, the three made a rehearsal tape at McCartney's home. Harrison was absent (as he had an apprenticeship), and the tape features several jams and original songs, including the McCartney instrumental "Cayenne". With few gigs during this period the group often wrote letters to secure bookings, several of which survive. The four disliked the Quarrymen name, and went through several others during this period, including Los Paranoias. By March 1960, Lennon and Sutcliffe came up with a new name: the Beatles. The Beatles (after several line-up changes, including adding Mona's son Pete Best on drums) continued to perform around Liverpool and in Hamburg, Germany, before being signed to Parlophone Records in 1962 and the rest as they say is history
In Spite Of All The Danger

THE PRELLIES

Many years ago, two Birmingham based, Beatle obsessed friends, Trev Townsend and Gaz Evans, set up an e-group and website called Beatleworld. It focused on the early years of the band, the important and sometimes overlooked people involved in the Beatles' rise to fame and included the first online Pete Best fan club. Gaz and Trev were also keen musicians and when, in 2002, a message came to the website asking for a band to play the reopening of the legendary Casbah Coffee Club, Trev immediately volunteered 'The Prellies', even though the band, at that point, didn't actually exist. Luckily, by the day of the show, the Prellies had recruited Ace Brummie Mod Face, Julian Heath, as lead singer, learnt some songs, have at least three rehearsals, and somehow pulled off a storming set! So storming that they had to play it all again at the audience's request! Following their 'birth' at the Casbah, the Prellies took off in a way that Trev and Gaz never could have imagined, playing historic Liverpool beat venues like The Jacaranda and The Cavern, become a regular fixture at International Beatleweek, and appearing at Beatles Festivals around the world, including one show as Tony Sheridan's backing band. They managed all this without playing songs written by Lennon and McCartney, but purely focusing on the raw, classic rock'n'roll numbers pulled directly from Beatles (and other Beat legends) early set lists, played at maximum velocity and volume. Sadly Trev Prellie unexpectedly passed away on 1st October 2018, but the Prellies continue to play, hopefully with the same energy and passion, as it seems the best way to keep his memory alive. Expect to hear forgotten gems like 'Shimmy Like Kate', 'Red Sails In The Sunset' and 'Talkin' About You', and classic rockers like 'Long Tall Sally' and 'What'd I Say' at the place where it all began for the Beatles (and for us!). The Prellies are Gaz Prellie, Jules Prellie, Ad Prellie and Dan Prellie (plus Chris Prellie in Australia!) Mach Shau! Love and Peas! Trevor Forever!
HAMBURG BEAT
Hamburg Beat are a 21st Century Beat Group, recreating the sounds of the early 60's Beat Clubs of Hamburg & Liverpool. Despite the band name, the band’s not from Hamburg at all, their three permanent members are from Lincoln in the UK.  The origins of the band go back as far as 1981, but the ‘Hamburg Beat’ era began in 2012. Since then, things have really taken off for the band, who have appeared at festivals in Belgium, Norway, Finland, Holland, France, Germany and of course in both Hamburg and Liverpool, including over 50 appearances at The Cavern Club, where they regularly cover for the Cavern’s resident bands. Hamburg Beat are a no-frills rock n roll band. No suits, no guitar effects and no wigs! They play the songs that were first heard blasting out from the beat clubs of Hamburg and Liverpool in the late 50’s and early 60s. The band performed at International Beatleweek in Liverpool in 2014, 2015 and 2017. It’s always been their long-standing ambition to play at The Casbah. Hamburg Beat are proud to be endorsed by Hofner Guitars.    Band line up: Mark Waldie: Rhythm Guitar, Vocals and Harmonica Nick McAndrew: Lead Guitar & Vocals Alex Waldie: Bass Guitar & Vocals Tony O’Keeffe: Guest Drummer (courtesy of The Shakers)
The Pre-Amps are a 4-piece 1960s Mod-influenced pop/rock band from Newcastle upon Tyne who have recently moved to live part-time in Liverpool, the home of Merseybeat, while studying Music Production at Edge Hill University in Ormskirk. They specialise in performing covers from the 1960s, covering the likes of The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Small Faces, The Who, The Kinks, The Hollies and The Monkees to name but a few, whilst combining distinctive 1960s-style vocal harmonies and retro Rock & Roll instrumentation to create a real nostalgic experience that’s sure to get you up dancing! Known locally for their impressive vocal harmonies, The Pre-Amps have made a big impression on the North East music scene since touring the local pub/club circuit and are currently furthering this in the North West. They gained great exposure after playing on the front stage at the world-famous Cavern Club, Liverpool for the first time in March 2018 and supported the Small Fakers in the Cavern Club Live Lounge in March 2019, subsequently being asked to return by the venue on several occasions. The band’s self-produced 2017 and 2019 ‘Covers’ albums have sold very well and have been highly praised worldwide for capturing the essence of the times and reminding people of “the good old days”.
THE PRE AMPS

Groups begin at 4 30 pm

MERSEYBEAT & THE BEATLES