Music - The Who - 1968
Eli, the baby elephant, joins The Who pop group and the girls Nicola Austine (left) and Toni Lee on a ride on the Magic Bus from the BBC's Lime Grove studios, to promote their latest single. Members of the group are, from left, Roger Daltrey (lead singer), Keith Moon (drums), Peter Townsend (lead guitar), and John Entwistle (bass guitar).
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The Monkees : 1967
JANUARY 19TH : On this day in 1967 The Monkees were at number one in the charts with 'I'm a Believer'. Library file of pop group The Monkees (l-r) Davy Jones, Peter Tork, Mike Nesmith and Micky Dolenz. The Monkees met in London today for the first time in 30 years to discuss their U.K tour in March. 14/09/03: Daydream Believer by The Monkees is Britain's top karaoke tune, according to a new survey. The singalong hit is the number one choice for would-be Pop Idols across the country. My Way by Frank Sinatra came second followed by the ladies' favourite, I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor. The survey asked 1, 000 people to name their favourite karaoke song. The poll was commissioned by the Hungry Horse pub chain to launch its new Karaoke Krazy competition.
British Pop Music - The 1960's - The Rustiks - London - 1965
"Switched-on" - that's how the Savoy Hotel directors describe their new policy in bringing this new Brian Epstein group to entertain clients in the Savoy restaurant.They play under the name of The Rustiks, and were photographed late this afternoon at the Savoy Restaurant.From left: David Gummer, Keith Taylor, Bill Covington and Robbie Ticcker
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