skiffle group


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The first band I was in was called The Beacon Wheelmen's Skiffle Group, which was a cycling team.
The film also contains the earliest known recording of a 16-year-old John Lennon's skiffle group, the Quarrymen, playing one of his hits in 1957.
The film exclusively airs the earliest known recording of 16-year-old Lennon, singing one of Lonnie's hits with his skiffle group in 1957.
Lennon started a skiffle group that was very briefly called the Blackjacks, but changed the name before any public performances.
A JAZZ musician who was the driving force behind the Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group has died aged 83.
When Mike learned the guitar, the family formed a skiffle group first named The Mariners, then The Folksons.
The New Theatre also played its part with such stars as Mel Torme, The Golden Gate Quartet and neo-jazz performers Lonnie Donegan and ths e Vipers Skiffle Group among others.
When skiffle came along, they started the Jack Elliott Skiffle Group.
Meanwhile, guitarist Bev Pegg's Railroad Skiffle Group found themselves competing with David Beck-ham and his chums as football fans switched on surreptitious radios to catch the action from Germany.
One year later he and some friends formed a skiffle group called The Worried Men and they were soon spotted by TV producer Jack Good playing in Soho.
Donegan's army buddy Chris Barber left Colyer's band in 1954 and recorded a 10-inch album, "New Orleans Joy," that included "Rock Island Line" and "John Henry" by the Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group.
ROD DAVIS, a former head boy of Liverpool's Quarry Bank School and a member of John Lennon's skiffle group, The Quarrymen, explains how he discovered an incredible link between one of his and the late Beatle's former teachers and the WWI Battle of Cambrai.
The Sportsman pub was playing host to the Poor Boys of Worcester, a folk-country-rockabilly skiffle group, ukuleles and all.
I started off playing the banjo when I was 15," he remembers, "and I was in a skiffle group and we would go around to places "I started off playing the banjo when I was 15," he remembers, "and I was in a skiffle group and we would go around to places and play for 20 minutes for nothing but a cup of tea and a biscuit.
SUPERB VOCALIST: (third from right) members of the The band was one of the first beat bands from the area and began as a skiffle group, known for their unique 'twin guitar sound'.