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Bonjour Mike and Fabulous Fellows, Your fan club has grown again!! – With the outstanding success of our July event in Montebello, Quebec. You exceeded all expectations. Through the process of booking to the final curtain it was a pleasure working with you. As I am unable to act as your personal PR person please allow this letter to speak to others who are considering booking British Beat 66. Your repertoire, vocals, musicianship and stage show are top drawer and I recommend you highly for any occasion. Personally, I so enjoyed listening and dancing to the tunes and my guests had difficulty letting you leave the stage! -- for a very good reason. You are great! CAROL PRIEST ENTERTAINMENT
To everyone in or to do with British Beat `66 I want to thank you all for keeping the music and the spirit alive. As pioneers of the British Invasion back in the Sixties we (The Searchers that is) have such great memories of our tours in the U.S and Canada and the amazing support and welcome from our audiences. It was a great time to be young. Keep the flag flying. Good wishes and success for the future. Frank Allen, bass player and front man with The Searchers.
Hi Guys- great to jam with you at Windsor Rocks in July, Cheers. Jim McCarty -Yardbirds
Michael and his band-mates vocalist Johnny Bo, guitarist Ricky Domino, Drummer Matthew D and bassist Larry C, had a plan. They would offer something a little different, which in BB66's case was rock and roll from the 60s. It was actually not out of place, considering most of the music played in the 60s can trace its roots to blues and in particular the work of the Rolling Stones, Animals and the Yardbirds to name a few of the bands covered during the BB66 set which had the audience dancing or simply tapping their feet to the beat. Robert Tuomi / Eyes On Windsor