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Foxy wrote: "The Junco Partners at Whitley Bay last night........................fantastic!!!!!!!!"

 

Surely not the Rex Hotel ... if so, maybe there's a bit of a space time continuum going on.  I saw them a few times there in the late 60s and I've got some of their albums up in my attic.       

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No Symp,

                  they were at the Playhouse which hadn't been built in the 60s, however I'm going to the Toon  Friday next week to see them at the Tyne Theatre   One of the singers wears the same overcoat now that he wore on stage in the 60s so I may post some pics for the older members to reminisce. :)

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check this out from a band from the deep south, playing Soul Music like it use to be......

 

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It always was a catchy tune, from 1961. Dion is still growing strong and had a well received blues album (Tank full of blues) out in 2011. 

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