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In this section you will find some of the comments kindly sent to us by the people who graced the Apollo stage.

Watch out for contributions from Chris de Burgh, The Groundhogs, Martha and the Muffins, Gary Numan, Sham 69 (Sham-Pistols), Krokus, OMD, Stiff Little Fingers, Wishbone Ash, Graham Parker, SAHB, ABC, Gordon Giltrap, Y&T, Secret Affair, Ralph McTell, Joan Armatrading, Howard Jones, Tom Paxton,The Jam, The Anti Nowhere League, Shakin' Stevens, DEVO, Ultravox, Howard Jones, Hazel O'Connor, Steeleye Span, Tom Robinson, Fagin, 10cc, Heavy Pettin', The Clancy Brothers, Big Country and Whitesnake.

More to come including.... Magnum, Spider, Rab Noakes and Shakin' Stevens.

If you played at the Green's Playhouse the Apollo or at Satellite City please email Band Memories.


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williams "..My name is Robert Williams and I used to plat drums for Capt.
Beefheart. We played the Apollo in the fall of 1980.

I remember the stage being something you wouldn't want to fall from.

I was really up there..."
 
"..My name is John Naismith and I had the pleasure of playing the hallowed stage as a 17yr old in March 1980 with the band I was in called The Elite we supported Stiff Little Fingers on the final date of their Nobody's Heroes Tour alongside Another Pretty Face who as we know had Mike Scott as vocalist

My memories a very clear it was a Sunday evening we were all cacking ourselves but got a great reaction from the audience just the buzz of being on that stage took all fears away and I really enjoyed myself, the end to the evening was superb back to SLF's hotel for a huge party and too many tequila sunrises, yip memories are made of this.

http://www.evangeline.org.uk.."
John
 
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