The 76 Club
A Musical Heritage
Vocals – Chris Farlowe
Guitars – Albert Lee
Drums – Carl Palmer
Keyboards – Pete Solley
Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds at The 76 Club
at The 76 Club
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The group were formed in London in 1959. They became established by playing constantly in either London or Hamburg collecting fans on the way. In 1962 they had their first single release “Air Travel” and although it did not chart it helped in getting them noticed and Columbia records duly signed them.
They released 5 singles all of which were not successful although critically acclaimed. In 1955 Chris signed for Andrew Loog Oldham’s record label and cut the international hit “Out Of Time” which was written by Jagger / Richards and produced by Mick Jagger. He released a few singles after, this but only had chart success with “Handbags And Gladrags”. The group split in 1968.
Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds (1966)
14 Things To Think About (1966)
The Art Of Chris Farlowe (1966)
DID YOU KNOW?
Chris Farlowe is a big collector of war memorabilia.
Chris Farlowe’s real name is John Henry Deighton.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Chris still performs today usually backed by The Norman Beaker Band.
Albert Lee still plays today with his band Hogan’s Heroes
Carl Palmer is still touring.
Pete Solley was a founder member of Prog Rock band Paladin who played the 76 in the 70s. He later joined Procol Harum.
DATES AT THE 76 CLUB
Sunday 31st March 1968