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Friars Bedford

Friday February 6th 1970

 addison centre, addison howard park, kempston, bedford


Heavy Jelly
Farm  mick softley
related friars history (click on date)

The Prowlers (Bill Stallwood) Saturday October 2nd 1982  Thursday December 30th 1982 Saturday March 5th 1983

Farm  Monday February 16th 1970 Monday June 22nd 1970 Saturday 7th June 1975

Friars Bedford Friday September 11th 1970   Friday 19th February 1971 Friars High Wycombe Saturday 28th March 1970  Friars Watford Thursday 24th September 1970

Silverhead (Nigel Harrison) Saturday June 8th 1974

Blondie (Nigel Harrison) Saturday November 12th 1977

Mick Softley Monday February 23rd 1970 Monday March 16th 1970 Monday April 20th 1970  Monday May 4th 1970  Monday June 1st 1970 Saturday September 25th 1971

band line up
Heavy Jelly
Alex Dmochowski Barry Jenkins Jackie Lomax John Moorhead
Bill Stallwood (vocs) Nigel Harrison (bass) Mick Barnard (guitar) Paul Hammond (drums) Pete Tyson (sax/flute)
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)





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what happened next
Farm Mick Barnard went on to briefly join Genesis before being replaced by Steve Hackett. Nigel Harrison went on to huge success with Blondie
odds and trivia
There was more than one Heavy Jelly at this time (!)  - there were three versions, this was the one backing Jackie Lomax
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sound and vision
Heavy Jelly - Time Out 
Mick Softley - Caravan

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