Listen to the ‘secrets of the 60’s’ unfold at this show featuring original legends from that exciting period.
Hosted by Steve Scruton, one of the regions top radio presenters, he reveals stories from his long career of interviewing famous people from pop stars to gangsters, plus how he re-created the sound of pirate radio off the Essex coast giving us the chance to live again those watery wireless days.
Local man Alan Goldsmith, last of the 60’s original pop promoters who worked closely with South Mill Arts in the 60’s (or the Rhodes Centre as it was known), will tell tales of promoting Elton John, The Who, Eric Clapton, Dionne Warrick and Small Faces along with many more. How much did he pay the stars? And why did he turn down Tom Jones and The Rolling Stones?!
And in conversation, the iconic rock star Dave Berry, with hits such as The Crying Game and Little Things. He’ll tell the truth about being on the road touring with the Rolling Stones and The Beatles, to mention just a few. Hear the true stories and memories from the original people who were there.
Ask those questions you always wanted to know and meet the stars after the show. Be amazed at the true stories of that magical musical era that changed Great Britain forever, and bring your 60’s memorabilia along for a free valuation