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Back To The Sixties, The Concorde Club, Eastleigh, Friday 1st November

An evening of pure nostalgia – celebrating the best decade ever.

THE LINE UP includes:
DSJ BAND
POKY
ZAC AND THE ZEROS
SOULMUNKY
And a JAM SESSION to end the evening.

The well established ‘Back To The Sixties’ is back for another great night and features the cream of classic 60s bands, singers and DJs from the best ever decade. Original artistes, who performed around the Southampton area and all over the country, provide some great sounds with over four hours of live music plus fills from the local ‘vintage’ DJs. The Concorde Club celebrated its 55th anniversary in 2012, looking back to its early days from a jazz club based in the old Bassett Hotel pub in Burgess Road at the top of Southampton Common in 1957. The new premises in Stoneham Lane were founded in the early Seventies and now transformed into one of the finest music venues in the UK featuring many top names- just take a look at their own website, which tells more of the legends that trod the old boards.

This ‘mini festival’ has become well established over the last few years and witnessed some amazing performances from local Southampton musicians, many of them performing from the late Fifties and early Sixties. Many of the guest artistes have flown in from all corners of the world and linked in with visiting family, friends and hooking up with old pals after several years away as well as making some great music. The Concorde audiences cover a wide age group but many of the ‘Baby Boomers’ hit the dance floor from the first note of the evening and keep it packed throughout the night- some 4 hours of classic 60s hits, laughs, surprises and much more. The door proceeds go to the official Concorde Charity Fund that helps local children’s’ charities, so we are hoping for another high turnout for this November show.

Every year has been so good and so different, thanks to the wide variety of singers, bands and the ‘vintage’ DJs who come along to play some terrific 60s music in the breaks- just like the old dance hall days with live bands plus the Jocks ‘spinning the platters’. A really nostalgic night that brings back the memories of a carefree age and sees the older generation dancing to the same groups as they did back in the Swinging Sixties! Also, the younger generations soak up the atmosphere as it gives them a taste of what it was all about- many of them wishing they had been born earlier!

Tel: 023 8065 1478 to book a table.

http://www.theconcordeclub.com/