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The 70’s celebrated in Great Yarmouth!



This weekend saw me head back to the UK on a four day visit, taking in seeing relatives, friends, and musical associates (some of them a combination of all three!)  I saw my son Corey, who has played on my forthcoming Blue Odyssey album, and Jeff Christie, who I’ll be working with this weekend.I also spent some time with Saxon’s Graham Oliver, who kindly previewed the latest mixes of the forthcoming Oliver/Dawson Saxon album – and I can tell you, it’s all killer, no filler!

Spent a little time with my Dad and sis, and on the day of the gig in Great Yarmouth, met up with my old mate Stef Cybichowski, who also plays drums on several tracks on Blue Odyssey, and Nick Grice, brother of British R&B legendary vocalist Jess Roden – reminiscing about the ‘good old days’ of music, and exciting developments with his brother’s legacy.

The show was fun, and edgy, as we had Paul Bailey standing in for Mike on this particular show, but he did a sterling job. I came home with a killer of a cold, so I’m trying to keep myself ‘awake’ to run through the Christie show for this weekend!

Backstage with Gold Radio DJ Dean Martin (no really, that's his name)

Kev Moore

October 20, 2010 - Posted by | Blue Odyssey CD, Music, Rock, Touring, Writing | , , , , , ,


  1. Wow – love the white bass, Kev – is that new?

    Comment by Stef | October 20, 2010

  2. Yes mate, it’s a little known model made by the Japanese custom shop in fuki – nori – bal. It’s called the ‘fifty notes’ , which I can only assume refers to the long scale neck.


    Comment by kevmoore | October 20, 2010

  3. […] You can see some shots from the show by visiting moore:music HERE […]

    Pingback by A trip back home « Café Crem | October 21, 2010

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