Thursday, 26 January 2017

Monday, 23 January 2017

Ray Davies' first new album in 10 years


Tony Beesley reveals full artwork for his new book, Mojo Talkin'


I am extremely proud to - at last - unveil the whole cover for the soon-to-be published 504 page hardback book 'Mojo Talkin' - Under the Influence of Mod'. Thanks to the cover stars Darren Auzins and Scarlett Baylis and cover designer my great friend David Spencer here is the official draft cover for the book ... which I think perfectly complements the superb cover images of volume 1 'Sawdust Caesars: Original Mod Voices'. The book can also now be officially pre-ordered at the link below. All pre-orders will be received prior to the official publication (which is expected sometime around May 2017, possibly earlier?). I would like to sincerely thank all of those people involved with this huge project along with all of those who have supported me and the work throughout the last 2 and a half years. More updates to follow. 
http://www.tonybeesleymodworld.co.uk/…/products/show/7280143

Stunning photos reveal the rock and roll past of Beatles hangout the Cavern Club, which opened 60 years ago today


Paul Weller's birthday album goal - Paul Weller turns 60 in May 2018 and wants to have two new albums released by then


Friday, 20 January 2017

'Quadrophenia Night' review - the Witchwood, January 14, 2017


Did you see’The Who’ play in Magilligan in 1967?


VIDEO: The Who - from a U-Haul van to a B747


Author's book recalls The Who's performance in Auchinleck in April 1969


Mod revival band The Lambrettas to perform


Guitarist dies after collapsing on stage at Redhill pub gig


SHOW REVIEW: THE ENGLISH BEAT


Dave Davies - Tour Dates


2-Tone Thames Cruise - new date added

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Ray Davies: Surviving The Kinks, And A Bullet


Jam legend Paul Weller creates album with Tamworth and Atherstone musicians


The Who lived up to reputation by smashing up stage during Derby gig


Look Who's talking: Pete Townshend on solo re-releases and what the future holds for The Who


In Retrospect: Quadrophenia (1979)


Paul Weller sings on Stone Foundation song 'Your Balloon Is Rising'


Speakeasy, Deep Six & The Prince Regents play The Alley Club, Cambridge, on Saturday 4th February.

I’m not bothered about The Jam reforming says From The Jam’s Bruce Foxton ahead of Bury St Edmunds show


Monday, 16 January 2017

Paul Weller tickets landed me in a jam


Live At Hammersmith Palais - Exclusive Pressing THE JAM


British blues ‘supergroup’ is rocking up at pub


Year in music: Fires and love light up the world in 1967


Summer Reads: Return of The Breakaways


Mod version of Romeo & Juliet comes to the Lichfield Garrick Theatre in May


Oddsocks are delighted to be breathing new life into Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet by giving it a musical Mods & Rockers twist! There’s Nowhere to Run To for the Capulets and Montagues as violent confrontation stalks every meeting, even Down at the Tube Station at Midnight. 

Meanwhile, Juliet’s Nurse is looking forward to a good old Twist and Shout at the Capulet party, which Romeo’s mates are planning to gatecrash. Romeo has doubts about going to the Capulet Nite Klub but that is where he meets his Juliet, and It Must Be Love. Maybe, just maybe, The Power of Love will end the families’ violent feud.

WELLERMENTARY, WATSON Paul Weller makes surprise cameo appearance in Sherlock finale thanks to pal Martin Freeman


Friday, 13 January 2017

Jimmy Page on Plant, Zeppelin, The Yardbirds and his session work


‘Mary Quant: Fashion Icon’ at the Manchester Art Gallery


Cornwall photographer sees dream come true as his pictures of The Jam are used on new album cover


A return to the Swinging Sixties with the Caterham Seven Sprint


'In the Midnight Hour' tells 'real story' of Wilson Pickett


Mary Quant talks about her first job – fashion archive, 1977


The Subculture-less Generation: Extended Article


Bona fide music legend Georgie Fame picks Aylesbury church as starting venue for UK tour!


Interview: Kinks front man Ray Davies talks about Sunny Afternoon


The Creation, Lost UK ’60s Band, Gets Compiled


Walton author pens 'Tale of a teenage Mod' in nod to The Jam and his misspent youth


When Edwardian soap met the Swinging Sixties: how the Forsyte Saga made TV drama fashionable


Masters of Mod: The Desert Soul Club Convenes Once a Month to Celebrate at Tonga Hut


Looking back: When 'The Who' came to Harrow


Mods brought back to life by retro revival group