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Monday July 14th 1969

friars aylesbury phase one - new friarage hall, walton street, aylesbury

exclusive friars interview with mick abrahams

Blodwyn Pig
 
related friars history (click on date)
Blodwyn Pig Saturday April 20th 1974 Saturday August 17th 1974

Mick Abrahams Band Saturday July 17th 1971

Mick Abrahams' Wommett  Friars Bedford Friday February 19th 1971

 
setlist
Unknown
 
band line up
Blodwyn Pig
Mick Abrahams (guitar/vocs) Jack Lancaster (sax) Andy Pyle (bass) Ron Berg (drums)
 
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)
 

 
ticket

 

memories

Mick Abrahams: "I do remember playing Friars on a few occasions but I really canít remember anything specifically with the exception that they were all good gigs. I am happy to say some good words about Friars for the website as I am a fairly local boy and played Aylesbury right from the age of 16!"

 
odds and trivia
Blodwyn Pig formed when Abrahams left Jethro Tull
 
what happened?
Blodwyn Pig  Mick Abrahams is still occasionally re-joining forces with Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson. He is still touring. Andy Pyle went on to play in Wishbone Ash and also in Ken Hensley (Uriah Heep)'s band.

Pyle, along with Ron Berg also played with Juicy Lucy and Savoy Brown (who later played Friars)

Mick still gigs and had his 65th birthday party gig in summer 2008 in Milton Keynes featuring the original Blodwyn Pig ! Mick has sadly been blighted by ill health but remains optimistic of gigging again

 
official web presence
Mick Abrahams and Blodwyn Pig official website
 
sound and vision
Blodwyn Pig - See My Way
 
 

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