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[1 Apr 2010 | 2 Comments | 5,967 views]
DAVE LEWIS DIARY: QUADROPHENIA/EASTER

Above: The Who and guests – March 30th 2010   photo Gary Foy.
On Saturday November 3rd 1973, I went into Harlequin Records in Bedford and purchased the just released double album by The Who titled Quadrophenia.
Getting it home and glancing through the bleak sleeve booklet with it’s stark black and white images depicting the life of Jimmy the Mod, I knew this was no ordinary record. The music throughout the four sides captured The Who with power, compassion and intensity. Back then the Quadrophenia themes of adolescent isolation, despair and redemption resonated …

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[1 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 3,256 views]
TEENAGE CANCER TRUST CONCERT HIGHLIGHTS ON ITV2

On Easter Monday (April 5th) at 6pm ITV2 are screening an hour long special of highlights from the week of  Teenage Cancer Trust shows.  For backstage snippets and comments on the week of concerts visit   
www.teenagecancertrust.org/what-we-do/royal-albert-hall/2010/.
* It was reported that Jimmy Page was in attendance with his children at the JLS Teenage Cancer Trust concert last Sunday.

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[23 Mar 2010 | 8 Comments | 9,035 views]
JOHN PAUL JONES BACK IN TRIUMPH AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL WITH THE VULTURES ON THE TEENAGE CANCER TRUST OPENING NIGHT

John Paul Jones made a triumphant return to the scene of one of Led Zeppelin’s greatest performances as Them Crooked Vultures stormed the Royal Albert Hall in London last night.
Patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust Roger Daltrey set the tone for this tenth series of admirable shows with an impassioned speech regarding the charity’s achievements over the past decade. Acknowledging the musical feast ahead he commented ‘’I know Them Crooked Vultures are going to be great with somebody who was once in Nirvana and John Paul Jones who everyone knows …