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Pictures show Bay City Roller Les McKeown recording his final number one track

POIGNANT pics show Bay City Roller Les McKeown recording his final ever number one.The late singer recorded Goodbye in 2016.But it surged to the top o

Today in Music History

Today in Music History for May 6: In 1859, John Bayley conducted the Victoria Philharmonic Society in the first concert given in what now is the British Columbia capital. Bayley also is reported to have played a clarinet solo that was "enthusiastically encored." In 1918, Canadian composer and teacher Godfrey Ridout was born in Toronto. During his association with the University of Toronto's Faculty of Music from 1948 until his retirement in...

Behind The Vinyl – Alan Longmuir of Bay City Rollers "Saturday Night" | boom 97.3


Behind The Vinyl – Alan Longmuir of Bay City Rollers “Saturday Night”
Alan Longmuir of The Bay City Rollers graced our studios a while back to tell us about their massive 1974 hit “Saturday Night”. Alan was graceful, kind and giving during his visit and we appreciated his visit with us.

The Bay City Rollers story that remained a well-kept secret for 47 years


The Bay City Rollers story that remained a well-kept secret for 47 years
The boys gave up their Christmas dinner with their families to play a full gig for the Scottish orphans who didn't have a mum or dad
Found in the archive after Paisley Daily Express approach. Quarriers Director Dr James Minto with the late Les at gig (Image: Quarriers Village, Bridge of Weir)
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Rear View: Remember live music? It's back at INXS tribute show at Kate in Old Saybrook

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Rear View: Remember live music? It's back at INXS tribute show at Kate in Old Saybrook
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Remember live music?
While many world-renown musical acts are cautiously optimistic about announcing tours for late summer and definitely fall, the key word is cautiously.
It is important to keep the word “tentative” in the back of your mind while purchasing tickets, even if the date promoted on a given venue’s website might not be so bold as to place it there.
The safer bet as we emerge from the darkness that is—was the pandemic seems to be the tribute act. They are an ambitious lot, often playing as close to 365 days a year as possible and, that being the case, are the perfect guinea pigs. For some it is supplemental income working in a tribute act — even a labor of love. For others, though, being the lead singer in a Tom Petty tribute band or Bon Jovi is the day job, and it’s been a lot of days since they got to play.

LETTER - Bay City Rollers and Les Mckeown extremely brave

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File photo dated 26/11/75 of The Bay City Rollers (left to right) Stuart Wood, Alan Longmuir, Leslie Mckeown, Derek Longmuir, and Eric Faulkner on board a jumbo jet at London's Heathrow Airport before leaving for Perth and a tour of Australia. Bay
IT WAS quite a shock to read that former lead singer of the Bay City Rollers, Les McKeown, has died at the age of a mere 65 years.
A couple of friends and I use to run a busy mobile disco in the early 1970's and during that era the Bay City Rollers were a huge hit with the teeny-boppers.

The Week in Light & Sound


The Week in Light & Sound
Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Silent Spaces - Venues and spaces that have remained largely unused due to the pandemic feature in a new series of films in which performers and musicians take over the spaces. The series of films, called
Silent Spaces, is described as a “creative lockdown response driven by a pervading sense of Covid-induced personal and professional loneliness”. It has been created by musician and composer Soumik Datta and directed by his brother Souvid Datta.
Featuring a team of British Asian, black and ethnic minority musicians and dancers, the film-makers and performers create works in the British Museum, the Royal Albert Hall, Depot Mayfield in Manchester and Sage Gateshead, alongside Hawkwood College and London King’s Cross station. The six films explore “resonant themes in keeping with the choice of venue”, the producers said, and tackle issues around mental health, activism, the environment, colonisation and identity.

Bay City Rollers Les McKeown's wife tells of moment star confessed gay affairs


Bay City Rollers Les McKeown's wife tells of moment star confessed gay affairs
Speaking from her London home days after the singer died on Tuesday, aged 65, Peko Keiko paid tribute to her late husband.
Peko Keiko paid tribute to her late husband Les
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Letter to the Editor: Life can be cut short too soon

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IT WAS quite a shock to read that former lead singer of the Bay City Rollers, Les McKeown, has died at the age of a mere 65 years.
A couple of friends and I use to run a busy mobile disco in the early 1970s and during that era the Bay City Rollers were a huge hit with the teeny-boppers.
They were one of the bands you could not dislike, even if their music was not quite to your own taste.

Top of the Pops, nostalgia, and lockdown


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Top of the Pops, nostalgia, and lockdown
Suddenly back at her childhood home during the pandemic, one writer explores how old Top of the Pops clips got her through lockdown – and closer to her parents
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There is too much rosé (the Graham Norton brand your mum likes, because all mums love Graham Norton). There is your mum crying while Elvis sways his hips on TV and your dad snoring upstairs, long gone to bed because he thinks you’re both acting too drunk and loutish, screaming at Elvis on the TV and talking about death. Mum cries around this point, because Elvis makes her think of her dead mother and that makes her think of her dead father.

Bay City Rollers star Les McKeown wanted to move back to Scotland before death


Bay City Rollers star Les McKeown wanted to move back to Scotland before death
The Edinburgh-born vocalist, who passed away on Tuesday, revealed his tongue-in-cheek epitaph during an unpublished interview.
Bay City Rollers frontman Les McKeown who sadly passed away at the age of 65 (Image: hipimages)
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The Bay City Rollers: Billy Sloan pays tribute to Les

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THE night of my 60th birthday in 2015 turned out to be a little bit special.
I celebrated this milestone by going to see The Bay City Rollers play live at Barrowland in Glasgow.
During the concert, I got the surprise of my life when I was inducted into the Barrowland Hall of Fame … becoming the first music journalist to receive such an accolade.
On stage – before the 1500-capacity, tartan clad audience – singer Les McKeown presented me with a handsome trophy.
Minutes later he was singing a song whose chorus went:
“Well we sang Shang-A-Lang/As we ran with the gang/Doin’ doo wop be dooby do ay.”

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 23 April 2021

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Injuries in Jerusalem clashes
Dozens of people have been injured in violent confrontations in East Jerusalem after hundreds of far-right Jewish activists shouted “Death to Arabs” as they confronted Palestinian demonstrators. The Palestinian Red Crescent said at least 100 Palestinians were injured. Al Jazeera says nightly clashes between Palestinians and Israelis in Jerusalem during Ramadan have “laid bare simmering tensions in the holy city”.
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Postmasters await appeal news
A group of 42 sub-postmasters and postmistresses will discover today whether convictions for stealing money will be quashed. The convictions came after the Post Office installed the Horizon computer system in branches. The BBC says the system was “flawed”, leading to false allegations of fraud which in some cases resulted in conviction and imprisonment. Some postmasters say they have been shunned by their communities and are still struggling to secure new work.

Bay City Rollers: your memories of Rollermania in York

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THE sudden death of Bay City Rollers' frontman Les McKeown last week sparked memories of Rollermania among York fans.
Several Press readers recalled seeing the Scottish pop band play the Cat's Whiskers club which was at the Rialto venue in Fishergate.
Gavin Craft, Michael Hodgson, Rob Stagnell, Sheila Gomez, Linda Jones and Kay Fawcett all remember seeing the tartan-glad pop stars at the Cat's Whiskers in the mid 1970s at the height of Rollermania.
Michael Hodgson posted: "Saw the Rollers at the Cat's Whiskers 1974 I believe. Cost £1 a ticket to get in."
Rob Stagnell added: "Saw them in the Cat's Whiskers in York, the place was packed."

EXCLUSIVE Bay City Rollers frontman Les McKeown's widow Peko Keiko breaks silence after his death

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'It was a terrible shock – but now he's at peace': Bay City Rollers frontman Les McKeown's widow Peko Keiko breaks her silence after his death 'from a heart attack' aged 65 and remembers their often turbulent 30 years together
Bay City Rollers frontman Les McKeown, 65, died from suspected heart attack
His widow Peko Keiko, spoke for the first time about their 30 years of marriage 
Couple met at London Japanese sushi restaurant where Leslie was the manager
Overcame several obstacles, including drug and alcohol addiction and affairs 

Bay City Rollers legend Les McKeown now 'at peace' after struggling with 'demons' says widow

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At the height of the Rollers’ fame Les fronted the famous tartan-clad boy band.
They topped the UK charts in 1975 with Bye Bye Baby and Give a Little Love, while Saturday Night was a US No1 in 1976.
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Roller legend Les Mckeown met his wife at a Japanese sushi restaurantCredit: Getty Images - Getty
But Peko revealed she did not know the Edinburgh-born singer was a pop heart-throb when she first met him in a London sushi restaurant where she was working as manager.
The mum said: “Many things surprised me after we were married. I had never seen him sing before that.

Reliving the fun the Bay City Rollers brought to Whitehaven and Carlisle

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FOLLOWING the death of legendary singer Les McKeown, The News & Star has been looking back at some of the occasions The Bay City Rollers rocked Cumbria.
Back in 2012, the band waved Bye Bye Baby to Whitehaven as part of Whitehaven Festival’s Best of the Seventies night.
The Rollers, with Les as the charismatic frontman, thrilled the audience and Les vowed to return to the town - and he did later that year.
2013 Whitehaven Festival - Sunday. pic MIKE McKENZIE 21st June Bay City Rollers in action. pic Mike McKenzie 50049893W029.JPG
The band performed once more later that year with the Bay City Rollers Story, this time at Whitehaven Civic Hall.

Tributes to Weymouth Pavilion regular Les McKeown

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The former teen idol passed away suddenly at the tender age of 65.
Tragically Les was booked in to be one of many acts returning to Weymouth Pavilion for its big post-pandemic reopening later this year.
Les McKeown's Bay City Rollers were due to play on September 15.
I have some great memories of interviewing Les five years ago ahead of one of many gigs he played at Weymouth Pavilion.
Honest to a fault, he didn't shy away from talking about the many dark times he'd experienced and when I asked him what advice he'd give to to today’s young heart-throbs who are by-products of an ever-fickle record industry, he said: “I would tell them that I think they should back off so that I can sell more records!”

Les McKeown Troubled Last Days Revealed in Bombshell Interview: From Addiction, Womanizing To Rape Trauma

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Early this week, it was announced that Bay City Rollers front man Les McKeown has died.
He was 65 years old. His family revealed that he died suddenly at his home.
The Scottish pop singer led the Edinburgh band in the 1970s, becoming instant pop stars with hit tracks "I Only Wanna Be With You," "Bye Bye Baby," "Shang-A-Lang," and "Give A Little Love."
McKeown's life has been in the public eye for so long, so many things are known about him whether it'd be good or bad.
In an interview just before his death, he revealed that his wife Peko Keiko, who he married in 1978 that "She could have kicked my a-right out the door a long time ago."

Bay City Rollers frontman dies at 65 | News, Sports, Jobs

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Apr 24, 2021
LONDON (AP) — Les McKeown, the former lead singer of the 1970s Scottish pop sensation Bay City Rollers, has died suddenly at the age of 65, his family said Thursday.
A statement from his family posted on social media said: “It is with profound sadness that we announce the death of our beloved husband and father Leslie Richard McKeown.” The Scottish singer died at home on Tuesday, it added.
Formed at the end of the 1960s, the Bay City Rollers enjoyed huge success in Britain and abroad with their tartan outfits and pop tunes like “Bye Bye Baby,” “Shang-a-Lang” and “Give a Little Love.”

Thanks, Jim Steinman and Les McKeown, for reminding us that the best pop is pure fantasy | Pop and rock

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Both spoke to the inner drama queen we all possess
‘Tartan keeper of the true teen spirit’: Les McKeown, second left, with the Bay City Rollers, April 1975. Photograph: Getty Images
‘Tartan keeper of the true teen spirit’: Les McKeown, second left, with the Bay City Rollers, April 1975. Photograph: Getty Images
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Aw, no, Jim Steinman and Les McKeown gone in the same week! Steinman, 73, composer extraordinaire of Meat Loaf’s
Bat Out
of Hell, had deep roots in musical theatre and the dark blood of rock’n’roll bombast squirting through his veins. McKeown, 65, singer with 1970s phenomenon the Bay City Rollers, was the strutting, half-mast trousered tartan keeper of the true teen spirit.

Les McKeown, lead singer in 1970s pop band Bay City Rollers, dies at 65

The Scottish group had a No. 1 U.S. hit in 1976 with “Saturday Night.”

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