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Welcome to Sixties City - it's great to see you here and I do hope you enjoy your visit!
Last updated 29th July 2018
Thanks for visiting, and to all of you who have mailed me with questions, comments, information and your own personal memories. I've now been doing this for over twenty years and, although I'm finding less time to create major new items, they will still rock up now and then as there are still a few things I'm working on. Of course, I'll keep adding and changing bits here and there on a regular basis and there will occasionally be new articles from Bill Harry and contributions from other generous people such as Danny, Paul and Glenn. So, if you have any interesting or unique memories, pictures or anecdotes from the Sixties, please get in touch and maybe we can share and re-live them here at Sixties City! There are now well over 500 pages of great 60s-related information, sounds and images, including many unique articles and graphics, and you won't find it filled with adverts as it is a non-profit interest, not a business, although there may be the odd one or two to help cover maintenance costs (feel free to enquire). Do please note that the pages now appearing at the old '.com' location are completely unrelated to this site and I cannot hold any responsibility for any content or links used there. Best wishes always,

Presented here, in his own words, is the definitive story of one of the Sixties' seminal music papers - a fascinating and unique personal insight into the early days of the 'British Beat Boom'. Bill Harry was the original founder of the Liverpool music paper that chronicled the groups and venues responsible for the 'Mersey Sound', the publication that was to give its name to the Sixties phenomenon that has since become almost universally known as Merseybeat. These pages also feature over 210 articles from the pen of Bill Harry, providing his unique and informative view on many and varied aspects of Sixties events, personalities, music and culture, and personal interviews with the stars.

Sixties Events, Sport and Trivia  
  Looking for something specific? Try searching Sixties City with this Google facility if you can't see what you want in the main menu. There are a great many items that I just didn't have room to list!


Channelling The Beat! by Peter Checksfield
The ultimate guide to UK '60s pop on TV is now available. Profiled are over 150 “British Invasion” artists and, amongst the 100’s of legendary shows featured are the UK’s ‘Ready, Steady, Go!’,
‘Top of The Pops’ and ‘Thank Your Lucky Stars’, the US’s ‘The Ed Sullivan Show, ‘Shindig!’ and ‘Hullabaloo’, Europe’s ‘Beat Club’, ‘Popside’ and ‘Twien’, and 100’s of more! So, whether you
have just a casual interest in ‘60s music and culture, or you're a more serious researcher and historian, this is the book for you! Click the image for more information on this and many more fantastic books and magazines currently available about aspects of the 60s.

Paul Gabor's MONUMENT project Paul Gabor's 'Monument' project is rock music, evoking the moods and sounds of the sixties, enhanced by the use of symphonic orchestration and several unique forms of expression. It has a vision; an overall concept, a message, a theme: the passing of a generation and era that has had a profound impact on the whole world, The Sixties. The music is visual by nature; ready for a following video-version, and has a well-planned continuation: full album; following albums; full catalog. The EP is essentially ready as a "glorified demo" as it was designed to be. The project's goal is to elevate an already great music product to fully professional levels and make it available for large audiences using the best talent, production techniques and technology, combined with lots of work and financial support. Click on the image for website and more information.   'The Funny Fools' - 1960s Hungary   lll

In memory ....
of significant or
notable Si
people who have
recently left us
list of recent deaths)
Grahame Dangerfield
Paul Madeley, Grahame Dangerfield, Tab Hunter
Alan Gilzean, Roy Carr, Peter Firmin Harlan Ellison
Joe Jackson, Deanna Lund, Peter Thomson
D.J.Fontana, Paddy Feeny, Maria Bueno
Eunice Gayson, Danny Kirwan, Peter Stringfellow
Teddy Johnson, Allan Harris, Baroness Mary Wilson
Rodney Bewes, David Cassidy, Charles Manson
Warren Moore, 'Dik Mik' Davies, Ferdie Pacheco
Keith Barron, Edith Savage-Jennings, Tim Gudgin
Karin Dor, Paul Buckmaster, Scott Fredericks
Robert Knight, Richard F. Gordon, Paddy Russell
Jack Bannon, Fats Domino, Rosemary Leach

    Can you help with these enquiries?

The two images on the right (enlargeable) are silk screens purchased from an art gallery in the Kings Road in the 60s. The owner cannot recall the artist or the gallery. If you can help her by shedding any light or suggestions on this,
Please mail me with any information.
22 Did you work in the Casserole in the King's Road in the Sixties?
Yoshihisa Ito worked there during his stay in London, around 1966 and is looking for information about one of his colleagues called Carlos, a Spanish guy from Madrid. They were really good friends and they spent a great time together, working and enjoying London during that time. Also pictured is 'Amelia'. Can you help? If so, please
mail me
Kings Road and Carnaby Street
Do you have any information on the occupants of the various premises in these locations during the Sixties? Please check out the street maps and, if you can help, please mail me

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