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British Pop Music - The 1960s - John O'Hara & The Playboys - London - 1966 Featured British Pop Music Print

British Pop Music - The 1960s - John O'Hara & The Playboys - London - 1966

Giving a pop group a push along the road to fame is Captain Brian Hart of the York & Lancaster Regiment (background). He is using his leave from his regiment in Cyprus to act as manager in Britain of John O'Hara and The Playboys.They are (from left): John O'Hara (of Glasgow), Bobby Campbell (Glasgow), Peter Campbell (Liverpool), David McHarg (Glasgow), Dennis Overton (Guyana) and Bill Mathieson (Glasgow)

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British Pop Music - The 1960s - The Beat-Chics - London - 1964 Featured British Pop Music Print

British Pop Music - The 1960s - The Beat-Chics - London - 1964

We've had everything else, it seems. Now it's the girls' turn. The turn of The Beat-Chics - six girl graduates of the Ivy Benson Band.All are professional musicians, who can read, write and score music and, judging by this picture, do all their own portering.They are to appear at The Cabaret Club in Manchester.Left to right: Moira Page, 23, saxophonist, from Dublin; Christine Lee, 21, drummer, she's from Colchester, Essex, Mary Cullen, 23, organist, from Limerick, Eire; Una Mellor, 23, bass guitarist, from Sevenoaks, Kent; Lesley Arden and Anne Bridgeman, 23 year old lead guitarists

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British Pop Music - The 1960s - The Family Dogg - London - 1969 Featured British Pop Music Print

British Pop Music - The 1960s - The Family Dogg - London - 1969

Their first disc, a single called "Way of Life", is a success for the vocal harmony group 'The Family Dogg', pictured today (Monday) at EMI House, Manchester Square, London.They are Mike 'Zac' Hazlewood (nearest to camera) and (from left) Zooey; Steve Rowland;, originator of the group, who is their lead singer and producer; Albert 'Laz' Hammond, and Doreen De Veuve.Mike (lyrics) and Albert (music) are a songwriting partnership. They wrote Leapy Lee's hit "Little Arrows"

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