I worked at Pontins holiday camp in Morecambe, `73 and`74 and The Nobodies were the resident band there.
They released a single called (Oh how I love you)Alison/or Alice Ann. They were a good resident band and done quite a varied set of gigs.
My favourite was their version of Mcartneys Hi Hi Hi.
Not heard of them since but I did buy the single. Now,hmm where is it?
I was a child of eight and a half in 1969; I was then from Texas and quite proud of it.
I was on the Isle of Man and staying at the Castle Mona with Mum and Grandparents (all from Liverpool). I would stand outside of the Bar area to listen to the music, I was not allowed into the Bar Area. They played a few Beatles tunes and at that age I was gaga for the Beatles. One evening I was allowed in for one singular song and I believe it was Hey Jude. I got to sit up front and for a few moments I was treated like a little princess while they sang for me. I guess that was what started me on the road to loving Musicians. My dear departed was a Bass Player.
I always enjoyed out trips to England and our mini vacations over to the Isle of Man.
I think the Gentleman on the far right with the big grin stage name was Cass? That's all I can remember it was a long long time ago.
I have a 7" single on LIGHTNIN records (no date ).
The b-side is very good and sounds current ? ie: indie / 60"S beat etc.
Lost with the "Classical a-side tho ! ?
Thanks for the info, I suspect this record was released in 74" ?
I worked at Pontins in Morecambe in 1967. The Nobodies were the resident band at the time and very good they were. I sang a few times with them - they would always let me rehearse at lunchtime.
I saw them a couple of times in later years. Once at a nightclub in Mexborough in South Yorkshire. I went to talk to them,t hey were very friendly.
They were on New Faces - I think they might have even got through to the final. Happy memories.
I too worked at Pontins in 1967 and remember the Nobodies in the Sundowner lounge in the evenings. I'm afraid I don't remember George but I do remember Kathy who was from Manchester and often sang with them. I wonder where she is now. Happy times.