THE BO-RAYNERS
Bury


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Dave arnold says...
The pub was called the Castle-the street was Wellington street (where I lived)
4th April 2016 8:35pm
David Weeds says...
The Bo Rayners were, I think, a Bury band; they started up about the same time or shortly after us (Ian Dean and The Brystals). The singer’s name was Bob Pollard, he had a good voice; his parents had a pub in Castle Street, Bury. I remember ... Read More
23rd January 2015 8:00pm
Alan Jackson says...
"The Bo Rayners" were an excellent group, I think, from the Oldham area. It was very sad when the singer died. At that time many clubs only had one socket on stage for us all to plug into so groups used to to take plugs off and push their ... Read More
13th January 2015 12:06am
Frank Garrett says...
Names?
The singer was electrocuted and died (1964/65) on stage at Heywood Labour Club.
11th January 2015 1:05pm
Norman Shields says...
The Bo-Rayners were definitely a Bury band. I cannot name the line-up for 1964/65, but I played bass 1966/67 and during that time the band members were: Vocals - Doug (Sadge)Sergeant; Lead - Steve Costello; Drums - Patrick (Paddy) Kirwin; Saxophone ... Read More
15th February 2015 1:04am
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