Library Rock's Backpages

Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers

Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers

15 articles

List of articles in the library

By date | By writer | Most recently added

New to You: Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers

Interview by June Harris, Disc, 1 July 1961

'You've Got What I Like' ...

'Dig My Killer Hair?' — Asked Jerry Lee Lewis

Interview by uncredited writer, Record Mirror, 12 May 1962


I'm Much Happier Says Cliff Bennett

Interview by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 28 September 1963

"A GROUP'S group" is just one of the apt descriptions tagged on to Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers, the highly rated London team just ...

Newcomers to the Charts: Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers

Profile and Interview by Ian Dove, New Musical Express, 2 October 1964

FOR CLIFF Bennett it's seventh record lucky! Cliff has finally made it with 'One Way Love' at No. 29 in the NME Chart. ...

Worldwide Audiences for Searchers, Says Frank Allen

Interview by Bill Harry, Mersey Beat, 22 October 1964

BRAND NEW Searcher Frank Allen described to us some of the excitement he felt on his first worldwide trip with the group shortly before he ...

Roy Orbison, the Rockin' Berries, Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers, Marianne Faithfull: Adelphi, Slough

Live Review by uncredited writer, Record Mirror, 27 February 1965

SO HIGH is the esteem in which Roy Orbison's fans hold him that they made him do an encore of 'Running Scared' and 'Goodnight' at ...

Reigning Cats And Dogs

Report and Interview by Sylvia Stephens, Fabulous, 27 March 1965

Switched on people are definitely animal lovers, and dogs and cats top the pop stars own hit parade... SYLVIA STEPHEN has done some vetting on the subject. For ...

The Fabulous Hallowe'en Party

Report by Nancy Lewis, Fabulous, 30 October 1965

Spooks, spirits and all sorts of scary things — that's what Hallowe'en is made of. Best way to avoid these frights is to get together with friends and have a party! So that's just what ...

The Beatles, Small Faces et al: New Singles

Review by Peter Jones, Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 6 August 1966

Wonderful new Beatles, and 2 versions of America's 'Napoleon' hit. Very good Small Faces & old Righteous Bros & Ike and Tina. Slower Nancy and ...

Cliff Bennett First To Cover Revolver

Report by Tony Barrow, KRLA Beat, 13 August 1966

WHENEVER A new album by THE BEATLES goes on the market, we know to expect a flood of cover-version singles from different parts of the ...

Cliff Bennett: Paul McCartney Produced Hit Disc For Happy Cliff Bennett

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 26 August 1966

CLIFF BENNETT, that well-known Cockney about Uxbridge, has made a welcome return to the NME Chart, courtesy of Lennon and McCartney's 'Got To Get You ...

Cliff Bennett

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 16 September 1966

AS CLIFF Bennett and the Rebel Rousers rocket their way up the NME Charts courtesy of Lennon and McCartney we questioned the leader about his ...

Blowing their TOPS! The Four Tops, Easybeats, Cliff Bennett: Saville Theatre, London

Live Review by Penny Valentine, Disc and Music Echo, 19 November 1966

The 'Reach Out, I'll Be There' boys hit town and cause a sensation among the stars and fans at their concert ...

The Four Tops: Saville Theatre, London

Live Review by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 19 November 1966


Joe Meek: Recording Wizard

Obituary by uncredited writer, Disc and Music Echo, 11 February 1967

JOE MEEK, man behind the mammoth-selling 'Telstar' and many other hits, who was found dead with shotgun wounds in his Holloway, London, flat on Friday, ...

see also Roy Young Band, The


back to LIBRARY