Jeff Hanlon is now a major impressario with offices in London and New York.
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Hi Jef, We are so disappointed your show has been postponed. I was going to meet up with Loretta & Ray Weedall at the Arena. We have not see each other for more than 40 years. My move to Australia has also been postponed. If we are all still around next year we will rebook.
Scott, No luck yet with photos of Sean & Sum People. BUT i have not had time to clear my attic yet so still posible i might find some. I won't forget you if I do. I am very busy just now with a massive new project have a look at www.thesessionslive.com and you will understand.
Hello Jef. Thank you for the update on the pics request. Much appreciated. I took a look at the link you sent. Looks exciting. That'll keep you busy alright :-) Good Luck with the project. Thank you very much again.
I was the drummer from 1965 onwards. I did the 2nd trip to West Germany with replacement Bass player 'Ronnie Howard' who emigrated to Australia shortly after. I'm still in touch with Graham and also bumped into Jeff a few months ago at a Manchester beat convention that my son played at with The Emperors of Rhythm for Paul Wilde.
Hello. May i ask if there are any photos of Shaun and sum people. My dad Steve Jones was Shaun, who i believe was replaced with Mr SmithMy dad talked fondley of the group and it would be wonderful to see a picture of him in the band I his youth. Sadly he has since passed away. Thank you. Scott Jones
Scott,The answer re: photos of Shaun and Sum People is I am not sure - I am at my home in Spain presently until the end of September, but I promise I will have a look through my boxes when I get back to my house in UK and let you know either way. Likewise I was very fond of your Dad and only have good memories of our association, I was shocked and saddened to hear of your loss.