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BRUCE HARRIS

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THE CAVALIERS

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 Ralph Hornby: Lead Guitar. Tony Jenlon: Bass Guitar; rep by Ken Taylor.
Alan Fletcher: Drums. Brian Booth: Rhythm Guitar. Bruce Harris: Lead Vocal.

 

Michael Anthony Jenion - better known as Tony Jenion - was the drummer with

Bruce Harris & The Cavaliers.

 

"I am currently trying to put together a scrap book of pictures and other bands he worked with for our family history. I know he did play at the Cavern, more than once I think, although I am not 100% sure. As we are in Australia, its a little difficult to get to the areas he worked in with the bands. These were Wigan, Leigh, Warrington, Manchester etc."

 

  If you have anything that you can share with me, information or links to other sites which maybe helpful I would really appreciate it." Kind regards..

Tammy Augostin: September 2010

 

"I remember the group well. In 1961-1962 they played regularly at our youth club dances in St Michaels Youth Club, Runcorn. Great group for jiving and smooching to. Ralph Hornby was a local Runcorn boy like me - he was really good lead guitarist. They were fantastic days to be a teenager."
David Musgrave: August 2014

 

"I remember Bruce Harris & The Cavaliers well. My sister went out with Tony for quite a while. I was friendly with Alan Fletcher.  They used to get us into quite a few of the local dances for free.
I remember Alan coming up to my friends on the bus and bringing his guitar. He serenaded us for an hour or two and then missed his bus home. My friend's dad was non too pleased when he had to run him home.

  Also, when they were appearing at Northwich Memorial Hall, probably February 1963, accompanying The Brooke Brothers  the group invited us back to Ralph Hornbeys where they were having a bit of a party.  The Brooke Brothers didn't show up. They were an excellent group - Sounding very much like Cliff Richard & The Shadows.  Great to jive to.
Christine Osborne: November 2014

 

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