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Rather a lot of Halloween stuff this month ... all month!

Artist Info

Jason Eddie and The Centremen

Powered by Audioscrobbler™This is Albie Wycherley the brother of Billy Fury. Albie appeared at the Olympia Theatre, Liverpool, on October 20, 2000 supported by Mike Berry and the Outlaws, Colin Paul and the Persuaders, Tommy Bruce, Terry Dene, Wee Willie Harris, and more great acts. For a copy of the poster, click here.

He also appeared at Worcester Park Club, Malden Terrace, Worcester Park, Surrey, on August 4, 2000. For Ann Clark's pictures and review of the show, click here.

He headlined a concert after the unveiling of the Billy Fury statue in Liverpool in April 2003. In the mid-60s, Albie adopted the stage name Al Trent and fronted a group called The Centremen, composed of John Kirk (lead guitar), Terry Barrett (rhythm guitar), Charlie Richmond (bass guitar) and Billy Conroy (drums).
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Joe changed his stage name to Jason (because he thought that Albie looked Greek) Eddie (from Albie's middle name, Edward).

Their first record, Whatcha Gonna Do Baby, backed by Come On, was released on Parlophone in December, 1965.


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