The Liverpool Rock & Roll Society morph into The Birkdale Beat.
Formerly Liverpool Rock 'n Roll Society - Now based in Southport
Tony Bolland - Musician and published author.
Wigan’s No 1 music store for over 20 years.
One of the best musical instrument and equipment stores in the northwest.
Tuition also available in a friendly atmosphere.
Bill Harry - founder of the Mersey Beat music magazine has a million
stories to tell and merchandise for sale.
Photographer Gerard Fleming's early 21st century pictures of Liverpool life.
What the north of England can do - we can do too..
Is this the 21st century Cavern Club of the Southern shires?
Dave Ferguson was once a 1960's Merseysider in a band called The Bumblies -
and still is.. Now he runs Liverpool Beat telling the truth about that wonderful
but myth-ridden era of Mersey Sound.
The finest and definitive collection of Manchester
sixties bands, venues, people and places.
We all know Birmingham rocked in the 1960's too.. and on here they let you know it!
60's Pacific North-West USA Bands
Ever wondered how wannabe teenage American pop musician's responded
to the so-called British Invasion and takeover of US rock 'n roll in the mid-sixties;
even though they invented it?
Derby was as cool as the the rest of them when it came to 1960's rock 'n roll.
One great Beatles site..
Middleton- a tiny suburb of Manchester with very
little in the way of 1960's rock 'n roll?
Think again Buster!
A fresh new approach and a great slant on the Fab Four.
The home of the music, memories and magic of the most fun and
exciting decade in UK history!
The cafe at the road-side with the rock-side.
Bikers, hot-rods, live music and everything under the bun.
Keyboard player with a couple of local Wigan-Lankyland bands - then whhooosh!
Mott The Hoople and Dexy's Midnight Runners..
A Manchester musician of many talents..
and his new band: Phil Platt's 'Tin Of Snakes'
Readers Forums and Lankybands aplenty
Alastair Duncan & John Forster's Cumbrian Bands of the 60's
A site is dedicated to those mid to late 1960s bands and groups that
became known as the second generation Merseyside groups.
Small but beautiful:
Warrington Beat in the sixties by Brian Palfreman.