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Saturday August 21st 1971

friars aylesbury phase two - borough assembly hall, market square, aylesbury

 

Hookfoot
Quiver
 
related friars history (click on date)
Hookfoot Saturday June 26th 1971 Saturday April 1st 1972  Friars Watford Thursday July 15th 1971

Sutherland Brothers and Quiver  Saturday September 21st 1974 Saturday December 28th 1974 Saturday July 12th 1975

Quiver  Friars Bedford Thursday January 28th 1971 Friars Watford Saturday August 24th 1971 Friars Dunstable Wednesday March 29th 1972

Sutherland Brothers Friars Dunstable Saturday June 16th 1973 Friars Watford Thursday December 28th 1972

Little Women (Tim Renwick)  Friars Bedford Thursday December 17th 1970 Friday June 25th 1971

Elvis Costello and the Attractions (Bruce Thomas) Wednesday November 2nd 1977

 
setlist
 
 
band line up
Hookfoot
 Ian Duck (vocs/guitar)  Roger Pope (drums)  Caleb Quaye (guitar) Dave Glover (bass)
Quiver
Gavin Sutherland (vocs/bass) Iain Sutherland (guitar) Tim Renwick (guitar) Peter Wood (keys) Willie Wilson (drums) Bruce Thomas (bass)
 
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)
 

 
ticket

 

memories
 
press cuttings

what happened next
Hookfoot  had called it a day by 1974. In addition to Elton John work, Quaye also worked with Hall and Oates. Today he is involved in the church and specifically for New World Music Ministries

Quiver  joined forces with The Sutherland Brothers and became very successful in the 1970s

 
odds and trivia
Caleb Quaye is Finlay's older brother. The band used to be in house musicians at DJM and played on early Elton John records.
 
official web presence
Caleb Quaye Official Site
 
sound and vision
 
Hookfoot - Bluebird
 
 
 
Quiver - Gone In The Morning
 
 

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