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Saturday December 9th 1972

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

stackridge nducted into the friars heroes hall of fame in 2009

exclusive friars aylesbury interview with mutter slater


related friars history (click on date)
Vinegar Joe  Friars Dunstable Saturday June 2nd 1973

Jody Grind (Tim Hinkley)  Monday July 7th 1969

Quicksand  Saturday 21st April 1973

Possible setlist:  Let Me Down Easy; Food for Thought; Talkin' About My Baby; Introduction; Giving Yourself Away;  Black Smoke From The Calumet; Proud To Be A Honky Woman
band line up
Elkie Brooks (vocs)  Robert Palmer (vocs) Steve York (bass) Pete Gage (guitar) Tim Hinkley (keys)
 Robert Collins (vocs/keys) Jimmy Davies (vocs/guitar) Phil Davies (bass) Anthony Stone (drums)
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)


 Additional ticket musings(!) by anon

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what happened next
Vinegar Joe had finished by 1973. Robert Palmer went on to have solo success and is remembered for amongst other things, one of the the most iconic pop videos of the the modern age with Addicted To Love. Palmer died in 2003. Elkie Brooks went on also to have considerable solo success and is still in the public eye today. Tim Hinkley lives in Switzerland and performs in a duo.
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Vinegar Joe - Take Me In Your Arms



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