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June 22nd 2019
08:27:11 AM
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Tom

Date:  

22.06.2019

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Searched for the band

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Scotland

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Superb band I saw them many times, thanks guys for the most amazing music. I haven\'t see CryWolf for many years now as I live up in the Highlands. I have seen some top metal from Deep Purple, Robert Plant, ZZ Top etc but you guys are right up there! Thanks for the most amazing music. Rock On!:v:

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April 6th 2019
06:27:51 AM
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Richard Brighton

Date:  

06/04/2019

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Surfing

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yorkshire

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Saw Blackfoot Sue play at St Albans College in 1973, they always played \'Standing In the Rain\' so well

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February 5th 2019
07:18:13 AM
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Peter Checksfield

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Hi there,

I very recently published a book on \'70s music TV, and this includes a nice chapter on Blackfoot Sue. Details are below.

All the best,

Peter


PRESS RELEASE

It gives me great pleasure to announce today the publication of a new book, entitled ‘LOOK WOT THEY DUN!’ (The Ultimate Guide to UK Glam Rock on TV in The ‘70s).

Whether you’re a keen collector or just someone who wants a little more insight into the music, TV and culture of the ‘70s, this is the book for you!

Featuring nearly 300 glam-packed pages, profiled are all the 1970-1979 TV performances from 50 different artists, including Slade, David Bowie, The Sweet, T. Rex, Queen, Mud, Alvin Stardust, Roxy Music, ELO, Elton John, Suzi Quatro, The Bay City Rollers, The Faces, and many more.

Amongst the many UK TV shows featured are ‘Top Of The Pops’, ‘Lift Off With Ayshea’, ‘Supersonic’, ’45’ and ‘Crackerjack’, as well as such overseas shows as ‘Musikladen’, ‘Disco’, ‘Top Pop’ and ‘Hits A Go Go’.

Also featured is a giant bonus section on Pan’s People’s many ‘Top Of The Pops’ appearances. With a foreword by Pan’s People legend Dee Dee Wilde, this really is the ultimate guide to Glam Rock on TV in the ‘70s.

‘LOOK WOT THEY DUN!’ is available from Amazon for £12.95:

www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1795757310

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September 1st 2017
04:55:34 PM
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Tony Burnell

Date:  

02/09.17

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Looked on your site

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Pontypridd South Wales

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Checking out bands for our Gwyl Festival in Ynysybwl next August Bank Holiday Sunday.
Worked with you guys as The Spoilers in Early 80s..
If you are interested drop me an e mail.
Cheers,
Tony

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November 27th 2016
11:55:59 AM
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Steve

Date:  

27/11/16

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Google

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Tamworth

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Just a thank you for coming up to Tamworth to play Angie\'s 60th birthday bash everyone enjoyed your set and rocked out with the inflatable guitars the venue manager was also impressed how professional you were once again a massive thank you.

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June 12th 2016
07:41:12 AM
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Brian J

Date:  

June 2016

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Search for Red Lion Bands

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USA

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We welcome you to join the historic venue Red Lion Brentford. There are many great photos and videos and band members from the greats. Any pics you have when you played there would be so grateful for. Thank you

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October 9th 2015
06:17:12 PM
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Mark Easton

Date:  

15/10/2015

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Google

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Australia

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Standing in the road, is the song that got me started in a band, I was 14 and we rehearsed it until my mum screamed \"PLAY SOMETHING ELSE\"
I still love that song!
And I\'m still in the music biz
Thanks so much for the inspiration guys!
Cheers from Australia!

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December 15th 2014
03:28:44 AM
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Tony

Date:  

Dec 2014

How did you find this website?  

Google!

Where are you from?  

UK

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Managed to get \'Nothing to Hide\' LP great cover - more importantly I liked the music very interesting and different from the only single I remember (Standing in the road) \'Glittery Obituary\' and \'My oh My\' and Now we\'re three are my highlights.

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May 20th 2014
12:13:09 PM
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brenda mulhall

Date:  

20 5 14

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browsing

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shardend birmingham

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hi lads remember me? my husband was browsing and came across your site nice to see your all still going strong send us a line if you want to reminice brenda.

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March 6th 2014
11:32:18 PM
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David Gregory

Date:  

07/03/2014

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google

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Feltham

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Hi Mona Gregory passed away on the 04/03/2014 when we went to the house to find some info we found signed photos from when you were Blackfoot sue and lived across the road from us in the Windsor Castle. the funeral is wednesday the 12th at 14.20 it would be nice to see you all

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