Manchester In Crowd

Formed from Bobby Dell and the Dellstars, the band took the name "Manchester In Crowd" because a group from London called 4+1, who played regularly in Manchester, grabbed the name first and so became ‘The Incrowd’

l-r: Fred Robert Shaw (roadie), Antonio (Toni) Bonacci (bass), Bobby Crossland (vocals),
Eddie crossland (rhythm), Les Farrel (lead), Tony Macdonald (drums, van driver)

Manchester In Crowd #1

Bobby Crossland  Vocals
Eddie Crossland   Rhythm Guitar
Les Farrell  Lead Guitar
Antonio (Toni) Bonacci  Bass Guitar
Tony Macdonald  Drums/ Van Driver.

Toni Bonacci eventually left to return to Italy with his parents to be replaced by a guy called Pasquale, a bass player from Hyde.

Manchester In Crowd #2

Bobby Crossland Vocals
Eddie Crossland  Rhythm Guitar
Les Farrell Lead Guitar
Pasquale Bass Guitar
Tony Macdonald   Drums

The fun was now going out of the group and the group eventually disintegrated and broke up in 1966.

In 1967 still with the showbiz itch Bobby and Eddie reverted back to their origins and went back out onto the road as a guitar duo called The Kalin Brothers.

 




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