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Edwin Starr’s September-October 1968 British tour

This was Edwin Starr’s third tour of the year, such was the demand for his music in Britain in the late 1960s.

Little is known about who provided support for the soul legend but it appears that The State Express, who’d backed him on his previous tour, did play some dates on this one (notably the Retford gig at the Broken Wheel Scene on 29 September).

Quite a few of the bookings also list a group called The National Hot House as the singer’s backing band. I’ve not been able to find anything on this group and we’d welcome any information from readers in the comments below.

Interestingly, an advert in the North Wales Weekly News from 3 October lists a band called The Pure Medicine which it says is playing at the Ritz Ballroom, Rhyl direct from their recent tours with Edwin Starr and Ben E King. It’s not clear if this means The Pure Medicine were the backing band or just happened to be on the same tours.

Melody Maker lists the group quite a bit in the latter half of 1968 and its 7 September 1968 issue has an advert which notes that they are France’s Number One group.

I have found the following gigs and would welcome any further information in the comments below:

10 September 1968 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, central London with Terry Reid (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

21 September 1968 – Twisted Wheel, Manchester (website: http://www.45worlds.com/live/artist/edwin-starr/uk/3)

21 September 1968 – Clockwork Orange, Chester, Cheshire with The National Hot House and Beryl Marsden and Sinbad (Cheshire Observer) Backed by The National Hot House

21 September 1968 – Civic Hall, Nantwich, Cheshire with The National Hot House and Benedict Arnold (Crew Chronicle) Backed by The National Hot House

23 September 1968 – Orchid Ballroom, Purley, Surrey (Chris Broom book: Rockin’ and Around Croydon)

24 September 1968 – Hatchetts, Piccadilly, central London (Poster at Jonathan Marks’ website: https://imgur.com/a/sWtBd#0)

29 September 1968 – Broken Wheel Scene, Retford, Nottinghamshire (Melody Maker) Backed by The State Express

 

5 October 1968 – Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, Norfolk with Music Hath Charms and Django’s Castle with The National Hot House (Julie Fielder book: What Flo Said Next) Backed by The National Hot House

5 October 1968 – Gaiety Ballroom, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire with Eyes of Blond (Cambridgeshire Times) Most likely backed by The National Hot House

7 October 1968 – Pavilion, Bath (website: http://www.45worlds.com/live/artist/edwin-starr/uk/3)

10 October 1968 – Assembly Hall, Worthing, West Sussex (website: http://www.45worlds.com/live/artist/edwin-starr/uk/3)

10 October 1968 – Hatchetts, Piccadilly, central London (Melody Maker/Mick Capewell’s Marmalade Skies)

12 October 1968 – Imperial Ballroom, Nelson, Lancashire (Steve Chapples research: www.lankybeat.com)

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Edwin Starr’s May-June 1968 British tour

Motown legend Edwin Starr’s growing popularity in Britain encouraged promoter Roy Tempest to bring the singer back for a second British tour in 1968. It appears that for most of (if not all) the gigs, The State Express were hired to back the singer.

John Ogden has written extensive about this obscure band at his excellent site on the Kinema Ballroom, Dunfermline.

Originally from the Midlands, Ogden lists the band’s personnel as John Crutchley (guitar), Jim Hickman (bass/vocals), Barry Fletcher (Hammond organ/vocals) and Johnny West (drums) plus two saxophone players.

It’s not clear how long the band had been around but there is a listing for The State Express for 21 May 1967 when they opened for The Troggs at the Starlite Ballroom in Greenford in west London (presuming this is the same outfit).

After working on this tour, The State Express apparently worked with other soul artists that Roy Tempest brought over and also gigged under their own name.

For example, the Buckinghamshire Examiner advertises The State Express playing at the Town Hall, High Wycombe on 28 September 1968 with The Wages of Sin, noting: “The Group that backed American singer Edwin Starr on his recent British tour 8-piece group includes gorgeous girl singers”.

Melody Maker has them also playing at the New Pink Flamingo in Wardour Street, Soho, central London on 6 September 1968.

I have found the following gigs for the Edwin Starr tour but I am sure others are missing.

I am pretty certain all of these are with The State Express but would welcome any comments from readers.

10 May 1968 – Impsella Club, Chateau Impney, Droitwich, Worcestershire (Redditch Indicator)

10 May 1968 – Tabernacle Club, Stockport, Greater Manchester (Melody Maker)

11 May 1968 – Twisted Wheel, Manchester (Melody Maker/Poster)

12 May 1968 – Ram Jam, Brixton, south London (Melody Maker)

12 May 1968 – Rasputin’s, New Oxford Street, central London (Melody Maker)

13 May 1968 – Carlton Ballroom, Warrington, Cheshire (Melody Maker)

14 May 1968 – College of Commerce, Manchester (Melody Maker) New Century Hall?

16 May 1968 – Assembly Hall, Worthing, West Sussex (Melody Maker/Poster)

16 May 1968 – Scotch of St James, Mayfair, central London (Mick Capewell’s Marmalade Skies website)

17 May 1968 – City Hall, Sheffield, South Yorkshire (Melody Maker)

17 May 1968 – Nottingham Tech College, Clifton, Nottinghamshire (Melody Maker)

18 May 1968 – Co-op Hall, Warrington, Cheshire (Fabulous 208)

18 May 1968 – Clockwork Orange, Chester, Cheshire with The Executives (Melody Maker/Cheshire Observer)

18 May 1968 – Civic Hall, Nantwich, Cheshire (Crewe Chronicle)

19 May 1968 – Sloopy’s, Manchester (Melody Maker)

19 May 1968 – Warmingham Grange Country Club, Warmingham, Cheshire (Fabulous 208)

20 May 1968 – Orchid Ballroom, Purley, Surrey (Melody Maker)

20 May 1968 – Bag O’Nails, Kingley Street, Soho, central London (Fabulous 208)

22 May 1968 – Pier Avenue Ballroom, Southampton, Hampshire (Fabulous 208)

22 May 1968 – Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire (Melody Maker)

23 May 1968 – Victorianna Club, Liverpool (Melody Maker)

24 May 1968 – Top Rank Plymouth Suite, Plymouth, Devon (Melody Maker)

25 May 1968 – Gala Ballroom, Norwich, Norfolk (Melody Maker)

25 May 1968 – Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, Norfolk with Kiss (Julie Fielder book: What Flo Said Next)

26 May 1968 – Starlite Ballroom, Greenford, northwest London (Melody Maker)

26 May 1968 – Frolicking Kneecap, Market Harborough, Leicestershire (Melody Maker)

27 May 1968 – Golden Torch, Tunstall, Staffordshire (Melody Maker)

28 May 1968 – Brave New World, Portsmouth, Hampshire (Melody Maker)

29 May 1968 – Hemel Hempstead Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, Herts (Fabulous 208)

29 May 1968 – Hatchetts, Piccadilly, central London (Melody Maker)

30 May 1968 – Mistrale Club, Beckenham, south London with The Evolution (Melody Maker)

31 May 1968 – South Bank Jazz Club, Grimsby (Melody Maker)

 

1 June 1968 – Leicester University, Leicester (Melody Maker)

1 June 1968 – Beachcomber, Nottingham (Melody Maker)

2 June 1968 – Redcar Jazz Club, Coatham Hotel, Redcar, North Yorkshire with Chicken Shack (Dennis Weller, Chris Scott Wilson and Graham Lowe’s book)

3 June 1968 – Queen’s Hall, Leeds, West Yorkshire with The Small Faces, Bill Haley & The Comets, The Fantastics, Gospel Garden, Clockwork Orange, The Herd, Alan Bown, The Amboy Dukes and Turquoise (Fabulous 208/Poster)

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Edwin Starr’s January-February 1968 British tour

In early 1968, promoter Roy Tempest brought American soul legend Edwin Starr back to Britain for another tour.

It had been six months since his last visit and rather than employ Glaswegian soul outfit The Senate to back Edwin Starr, it looks (from the gigs below) like a group called The JJ Sounds were hired instead, although there may have been other bands that helped out.

Also, Tempest was known for bringing over tribute acts and passing them off as the real thing, so it’s quite possible that some of the gigs below may not have been performed by the real Edwin Starr.

We’d be interested to hear from anyone who can provide more information in the comments section below.

Little is known about The JJ Sounds but it’s quite possible that this was, in fact, Errol Daniel & The JJ Sounds, who played at the popular Soho nightclub, the Bag O’ Nails in Kingley Street in mid-1967.

I have found the following gigs and would welcome any comments from readers. I’ve listed the backing band where it is known:

26 January 1968 – Assembly Rooms, Tamworth, Staffordshire (Fabulous 208)

28 January 1968 – Leofric Hotel, Coventry with Soul Express (Coventry Evening Telegraph) Advert says with Big supporting band

28 January 1968 – Rainbow Suite, Birmingham (Fabulous 208)

29 January 1968 – Orchid Ballroom, Purley, Surrey (Coulsdon and Purley Advertiser)

29 January 1968 – Bag O’Nails, Kingley Street, Soho, central London (Fabulous 208)

 

2 February 1968 – Queen’s Hall, Leeds, West Yorkshire with The Move, The Herd, Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds, Brian Auger, Julie Driscoll & The Trinity, The Accent and Chuck Berry (Concert flyer)

3 February 1968 – Twisted Wheel, Manchester with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds (Poster)

3 February 1968 – Floral Hall, Southport, Lancashire with Beechwoods (Formby Times) Advert says backed by J J Sound

4 February 1968 – Starlight Ballroom, Crawley, West Sussex with Gin House Blues (Crawley Advertiser)

4 February 1968 – Roaring 20s, Carnaby Street, Soho, central London (Fabulous 208)

8 February 1968 – Marquee, Wardour Street, Soho, central London with Robert Plant & The Band of Joy (Tony Bacon’s book: London Live)

10 February 1968 – Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, Norfolk with J J Sounds, Ivan & Danny Eaves with The Reformation and Django’s Castle (Julie Fielder book: What Flo Said Next) Most likely backed by J J Sounds who are one of the acts listed

11 February 1968 – Beau Brummel Club, Alvaston Hall Hotel, Nantwich, Cheshire with The Jaytree Organisation (Crewe Chronicle/Crewe Observer/Nantwich Chronicle) Crewe Chronicle advert says Edwin Starr was backed by The J J Sound

17 February 1968 – Tin Hat, Kettering, Northamptonshire with Motiv (website: https://garagehangover.com/the-tin-hat-kettering-1967-1969-gigs/) This was possibly a tribute act

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Edwin Starr’s May-June 1967 British tour

Due to the success of earlier British tours, notably the one in October 1966, promoter Roy Tempest brought American soul singer Edwin Starr over for a second British tour in mid-1967.

Led by singer Sol Byron (aka Billy Lochart), Glaswegian soul outfit, The Senate, who’d backed Starr on some of the dates during the October 1966 tour, were brought back to provide support on what looks like most, if not, all of the dates during this tour.

However, The Senate also backed Garnet Mimms during spring 1967, so other groups may have helped out with some of the tour dates. We’d be interested to hear from any readers who can provide more information in the comments section below.

It looks like Cool Combination, who’d provided backing on the early 1967 tour, weren’t involved for some reason.

In mid-1967, The Senate also featured Alex “Ludgie” Ligertwood (aka Alex Jackson) on lead guitar and vocals; Brian Johnson on keyboards; Bill Irving on bass; Bob Mather on sax; Antony Rutherford (aka Tony Mimms) on trumpet; and Tam Frew on drums.

However, later this year, Johnson left to join The House of Orange (The Fantastics’ backing band) and was replaced by Michael Brandon Fraser. Robbie McIntosh took over from Tam Frew on drums and Dave Agnew (aka Mark David) succeeded Sol Byron on lead vocals.

The Senate had just completed a tour with Garnet Mimms before taking up the offer to work with Edwin Starr again.

I’ve found the following dates so far but would welcome any additions:

31 May 1967 – Clouds, Derby (Derby Evening Telegraph) Billed as Edwin Starr & The Senate

 

2 June 1967 – Starlite, Greenford, west London (Melody Maker) Most likely The Senate

3 June 1967 – Clouds, Derby with The Headline News (Derby Evening Telegraph) Billed as Edwin Starr & The Senate

6 June 1967 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham with The Warren Davis Monday Band (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/)

8 June 1967 – Whisky A Go Go, Wardour Street, Soho, London (Melody Maker)

9 June 1967 – Beachcomber, Nottingham (Nottingham Evening Post)

10 June 1967 – Starlight Ballroom, Boston Gliderdrome, Boston, Lincolnshire with Manfred Mann, The Warren Davis Monday Band, The Darlings and Ray Bones (Lincolnshire Standard) Billed as Edwin Starr & The Senate

10 June 1967 – Nite Owl, Leicester (Disc & Music Echo/Leicester Chronicle) Most likely The Senate

11 June 1967 – King Mojo, Sheffield (The Star) Billed as Edwin Starr & The Senate

12 June 1967 – Atlanta Ballroom, Woking, Surrey with The Warren Davis Monday Band (Aldershot News)

15 June 1967 – Golden Torch, Tunstall, Staffordshire (Evening Sentinel)

18 June 1967 – Warmingham Grange Country Club, Warmingham, Cheshire with The Foundation and Life and Soul (Nantwich Chronicle)

18 June 1967 – Beat Centre Discotheque Club, Co-op Hall, Warrington, Cheshire (Liverpool Echo)

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Edwin Starr’s early 1967 British tour

When British promoter Roy Tempest brought American soul legend, Edwin Starr, over in January 1967, the popular singer had already toured Britain several times in the previous year, supported by bands like Bluesology (featuring future star Elton John), The Senate, The Noblemen and The Guests.

Tempest, however, was also well known for bringing over tribute acts and passing them off as the real thing, so not all of the following gigs (covering January-March 1967) may have been performed by the real Edwin Starr.

We’d be interested to hear from anyone who can throw more light on this tour, which may, in fact, have been two separate tours running from late January to mid-February and mid-February to mid-March.

Most of the gigs below appear to have featured Cool Combination as Edwin Starr’s backing band but there may have been other groups that helped fulfil the engagements. Again, we’d be interested to hear from readers.

According to the website on Nottingham’s Dungeon Club, Cool Combination (aka Kool Combination) were a West Indian group and we’d love to hear in the comments section below any further information on this fascinating outfit and its personnel.

The following is a list of gigs that I’ve found so far:

28 January 1967 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/)

29 January 1967 – Cavern Club, Liverpool with The Hideways, The Klubs, The Beechwoods, Cool Combination, Tyme & Motion and Crazy Chains (Liverpool Echo) Looks like Cool Combination backed him

 

3 February 1967 – Cue Club, Paddington, central London (Melody Maker) Billed as Edwin Starr Show

7 February 1967 – Whisky A Go Go, Wardour Street, Soho, central London (Melody Maker)

7 February 1967 – Klooks Kleek, West Hampstead, north London with C-Jam Blues (Geoff Williams’ research: Decca Studios and Klooks Kleek book/Melody Maker)

8 February 1967 – Stevenage Mecca, Locarno Ballroom, Stevenage, Hertfordshire (website: http://www.coda-uk.co.uk/60’s_music_scene.htm)

10 February 1967 – Starlite, Greenford, northwest London (Melody Maker)

11 February 1967 – Rawmarsh Baths Hall, Rotherham with The Omega Miners and The Strangers (South Yorkshire and Rotherham Advertiser) Billed as backed by Kool Combination

11 February 1967 – King Mojo, Sheffield, South Yorkshire with Mr Sweetman and Johnny O’Hara & The Playboys (The Star)

13 February 1967 – Victoria Ballroom, Chesterfield, Derbyshire (The Star) The Cool Combination played at the Dungeon Club in nearby Nottingham on 14 February so could have played this gig with Edwin Starr

Photo: Melody Maker. The Kool Combination play a gig between working with Edwin Starr

24 February 1967 – California Ballroom, Dunstable, Bedfordshire with The Unchained and Bluesology (website: www.california-ballroom.info/gigs/) Bluesology backed Edwin Starr for some dates in 1966 so may have backed him here

24 February 1967 – New All-Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, Liverpool Street, east London (Melody Maker)

Photo: Melody Maker. Cool Combination play two London gigs between working with Edwin Starr

26 February 1967 – Saville Theatre, Shaftsbury Avenue, central London with Garnett Mimms (Melody Maker) The Senate, who’d backed Starr on part of his October 1966 tour, worked with Garnet Mimms during 1967 so could have doubled up

 

2 March 1967 – Roaring ‘20s Club, Carnaby Street, Soho, central London (Melody Maker)

4 March 1967 – Dungeon Club, Nottingham (website: https://dungeonmods.wordpress.com/) Billed as backed by Cool Combination who are listed as a West Indian band

5 March 1967 – Hotel Leofric, Coventry (Coventry Evening Telegraph)

10 March 1967 – Gaiety Ballroom, Grimsby, Humberside (Grimsby Evening Telegraph) Billed as backed by Cool Combinations

12 March 1967 – Saville Theatre, Shaftsbury Avenue, central London with Duane Eddy (Fabulous 208)

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Edwin Starr’s October 1966 British tour

In October 1966, British promoter Roy Tempest brought over American soul singer Edwin Starr for an extensive tour. Judging by advertisements in Melody Maker and regional newspapers, Starr had already visited Britain at least twice before.

Melody Maker lists a gig at Count Suckle’s Cue Club in Paddington on 10 February 1966, backed by west London band, Bluesology, who featured a certain Reginald Dwight (aka Elton John) on keyboards. This was most likely part of a wider tour but it’s not certain whether Bluesology were the backing band on all of the dates. We’d be interested to hear from readers below in the comments section.

Fast forward to late September and Edwin Starr was advertised on a promotional flyer performing at the Twisted Wheel Club in Manchester (again with Bluesology). The date in question was 29 September. It’s not clear whether this was part of a wider tour, but, whatever the case, Edwin Starr was back in Britain about two weeks later for a full-scale tour.

Roy Tempest employed quite a few bands to perform backing duties for the soul artists he brought over (see Lee Dorsey’s January 1966 British tour as an example). More often than not, the groups weren’t mentioned in the advertisements.

For this reason, it’s been difficult to pinpoint exactly who supported Edwin Starr during this tour and subsequent ones throughout the rest of the 1960s, although the obscure group The State Express did the duties during May 1968 (and some later dates).

However, for the October 1966 tour, we do know that at least three bands backed Edwin Starr.

The most high-profile one was Glaswegian soul outfit, The Senate led by singer Sol Byron (aka Billy Lochart). At the time of this tour, the rest of The Senate comprised Alex “Ludgie” Ligertwood (aka Alex Jackson) on lead guitar and vocals; Brian Johnson on keyboards; Bill Irving on bass; Bob Mather on sax; Antony Rutherford (aka Tony Mimms) on trumpet; and Tam Frew on drums.

The Senate would back Edwin Starr on some dates during a May-June 1967 tour and there are quite a few gigs below which mention the Scottish group on the billing, so it seems quite likely that they fulfilled a large number of the engagements on this tour.

However, Roy Tempest also employed Beau Brummell’s former backing band, The Noblemen, led by Bognor Regis musicians Bryan Stevens (bass) and Mick Ketley (keyboards).

By October 1966, The Noblemen had been completely reshuffled and also featured west London musicians Jimmy Marsh (vocals) and Malcolm Tomlinson (drums), together with Birmingham players Chris Rodger (saxophone) and future Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre. The Noblemen had previously backed The Vibrations and The Drifters.

The final group that we know who definitely did back Edwin Starr was Dalston, north London group, The Guests led by singer Alan Chamberlain. This little known group also comprised guitarist Bernie Jory (who went on to The Mickey Finn); bass player John Towell; drummer Hans Herbert (who went on to play with Geno Washington) plus two saxophone players, one of whom might have been Kenny Power who’d worked with Herbert in The Flexmen and joined the drummer in The All Night Workers in late 1966.

Chamberlain remembers the band played with Edwin Starr over a week period. Although the group was working for the Charles Kray entertainment agency, he believes that Roy Tempest may have requested for them to fill in when the other groups couldn’t honour the Edwin Starr gigs. He remembers the band rehearsing over a pub on Tottenham Court Road opposite Kray’s offices, based at the Clark Brothers dance studio.

I’ve listed the gigs I have found for the October 1966 tour below and would welcome any comments from readers and any clarification on the bands that did the honours in supporting Edwin Starr. It’s quite possible, for instance, that there were other groups who helped out on this tour. There also likely to be some missing gigs from this list.

14 October 1966 – Domino Club, Openshaw and Princess Theatre, Chorlton, Greater Manchester (Manchester Evening News and Chronicle) This was billed as Edwin Starr & The Senate featuring Sol Byron

15 October 1966 – Cue Club, Paddington, central London (Melody Maker) Billed as The Edwin Starr Show – possibly The Senate considering last night’s gig

16 October 1966 – Beachcomber, Nottingham with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers (Nottingham Evening Post) The Noblemen were billed for this gig but Alan Chamberlain from The Guests insists they backed Edwin Starr as he got into an altercation with John Mayall

17 October 1966 – Queen’s Hall, Wolverhampton (Melody Maker) If The Guests played the previous night, this is most likely them again

19 October 1966 – Mecca Ballroom, Royal Pier, Southampton, Hants (Southern Evening Echo) Billed as Edwin Starr & The Senate featuring Sol Byron

21 October 1966 – New All-Star Club, 9a Artillery Passage, Liverpool Street, east London (Melody Maker) Most likely this was The Noblemen but could have been The Guests as Liverpool Street wasn’t far from their Dalston base

21 October 1966 – Midnight City, Birmingham with Timebox and Night People (Birmingham Evening Mail) As this was the same evening and close to Leicester, it seems most likely this was The Noblemen

21 October 1966 – Granby Halls, Leicester with The Ike & Tina Turner Revue with The Kings of Rhythm Band, Prince Albert, Jimmy Thomas, The Ikettes, Alvin Robinson and Family (Leicester Chronicle) Bryan Stevens, Mick Ketley and Martin Barre confirm this was definitely The Noblemen who switched to backing Alvin Robinson soon after

22 October 1966 – Rhodes Centre, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts with Rhythm and Soul (Steve Ingless book: The Day Before Yesterday/Herts & Essex Observer) This was billed as Edwin Starr & The Senate

22 October 1966 – Reading University, Reading, Berkshire (Melody Maker) Alan Chamberlain says The Guests played with Edwin Starr for a week, so this is quite possibly them but also could have been The Senate who played with Starr at the Rhodes Centre above on the same night

23 October 1966 – Starlite, Greenford, northwest London (Melody Maker) Possibly The Guests

24 October 1966 – Scotch of St James, Mayfair, central London (London Life/Tatler) Possibly The Guests

24 October 1966 – Tiles, Oxford Street, central London with Jeff Curtis & The Flames (Melody Maker) Possibly The Guests

28 October 1966 – Twisted Wheel, Manchester (Manchester Evening News) Judging by the gig below, this is most likely The Senate

29 October 1966 – Cavern, Liverpool with The Signs, The Times, The Fix, The B-Jays, The Prowlers and The Talismen (Liverpool Echo) This was Edwin Starr & The Senate

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Vintage Trouble Releases Video of Edwin Starr’s “War”

Vintage Trouble Releases Video of Edwin Starr’s “War”

War Los Angeles based rock n’ roll/soul band Vintage Trouble release their mighty cover and video of Edwin Starr’s “War”. Right from the opening drum roll, the band fuels this song with the power of a jet engine, led by electrifying vocalist/frontman Ty Taylor. In a time when the country is more divided [Continue]

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