The Gog and Magog pub
London Road
, Manchester

The Gog and Maygog. This was a large pub on London Road Manchester near London Rd. railway station; now Piccadily station. They had local bands on a Fri and Sat in the early 60s.

Geoff Brannick
17/2/10

Both The Vincents and The Neutrons played at the Gog and Magog on London Road. We played there two or three nights a week for much of 1963/64. Can't remember the landlord's name but recall him being a jovial Irish guy. Used to have a regular following (small but cosy) in those very ealy days. Good memories!

The landlord's name was Mick!

Peter Royle
3/3/10

Played the Strangeways venue a few times myself. 

Tony Garcia
18/2/13

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Topic: Gog and Magog pub
Paul Mackie says...
Played regularly there in the early sixties I was the drummer in the Sleepwalkers from Blackley we gigged there on the night JFK was shot in Dallas
16th August 2015 3:27pm

 





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