A-Z of the Radio London Fab 40
Bands an
d Artists
This alphabetical list is not a definitive compilation of names of every act to feature in the Radio London playlist, but concentrates mainly on bands, artists and singles that have had Fab 40 features and mini-features devoted to them, their films and the shows and venues at which they have appeared.
There are also reviews of more recent concerts.
(A-Z of the entire Radio London website here)

Check 'What's Happening' for recent amendments.

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A David Anthony, Rey Anton and the Peppermint Men, Rey Anton and Pro Forma (in Dateline Diamonds), Anglos, Rod Argent, Artistics, Artwoods, Brian Auger, Cliff Aungier (see Daemon Dee)

B David Ballantyne, (A) Band of Angels, The Bats, George Bean, Beatles - lyrics, Beatles - memorabilia, Bean and Loopy's Lot, Beatstalkers, BBC bans 'Day in the Life', Bee Gees, 'Bend It' – DDDBM&T – the 'cleaned up' version, Barry Benson, Birds Birds, Ritchie Blackmore (Pall Mall contract), Roger Bloom's Hammer, Colin Blunstone, Daniel Boone (aka Peter Lee Stirling), Boys Blue, Bo Street Runners, Boston Crabs, David Bowie, Alan Bown Set,
Boz, Roy Budd, Byrds, Bystanders

C Cannon Brothers, Chances Are, Chantelles, Chantelles (in Dateline Diamonds), Chanters, Chanter Sisters the Chapters, Manny Charlton, Cheetahs, Cherokees, Clockwork Oranges, Tony Colton, Craig, Craise Finton Kirk, Lou Christie, Cyrkle,

D Daddy Lindberg, (The Knees Club) Deep Purple Connection, Neil Diamond, Kenny Damon, Dateline Diamonds – special 2-page supplement, Blossom Dearie, Daemon Dee, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich, Kiki Dee, Kiki Dee (in Dateline Diamonds), Des and Dave, Charles Dickens, Double Feature, Ronnie Dove, Julie Driscoll,

E Ebony Keyes, Jimmy Echo, Elvis in 'Frankie and Johnnie', Ray Ennis, The Escorts, Eurovision entry 1965, The Eyes of Blue,

F Fairies, Barry Fantoni, Wayne Fontana, Falling Leaves, Chris Farlowe, Dean Ford and the Gaylords, Fingers (in the Fab 40), Fingers feature, First Gear, The Fool, Foresters, Fortunes, Four-Evers, Dallas Frazier, Funk Brothers Concert, London, Jan 04

G Gaylords, Gibsons, Gidian, Gidian and the Universals, Golliwogs, Guess Who

H Dora Hall, George Harrison tribute 2001, George Harrison tribute concert 2002, William Hartnell, Jimi Hendrix Boxing Day Show, Hendrix Art Exhibition, Robert Henry, Herbie's People (aka Herbies People), Herbie's People (aka Herbies People) full-page feature, Bruce Holland, Hollies, Honeycombs, Mary Hopkin, Engelbert Humperdinck's Euro-hit, Mike Hurst

I In Crowd

J J & B, The Jewels, John's Children, Jon and Robin, Paul Jones

K Karlins, Bill Kenwright and the Runaways, Richard Kerr, Jonathan King, King George, Kathy Kirby, The Knack, The Knees Club - a potted history, The Knees Club Deep Purple Connection, Koobas, Koobas 'You'd Better make up Your Mind', Billy J Kramer

L Lady Godiva, Lois Lane, Mary (Perpetual) Langley, Jackie Lee, Left Banke, Gary Lewis & the Playboys, Mia Lewis, Stevie Lewis, Living Daylights, Lollipops, Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds.

M Magic Lanterns, The Majority, Marquis Of Kensington, Jimmy McGriff, The McKinleys, Manfred Mann, Mark Four, Marmalade, Marquee Club, Beryl Marsden, Mascots, Brian Matthew, Mebo III,
Tony Merrick, (The State of) Micky and Tommy, Mindbenders, Mirage, Mockingbirds, Billy Moeller, "(The ) most astonishing record of 1966", Moody Blues, (The) Mustang

N Napolean XIV, New Formula, Martin Newton, New York Public Library, Colin Nicol, Nirvana, Nordenay

O Oscar, Odyssey, Otis Redding at the Upper Cut Club

P The Pack, Carl Palmer, Paramounts, Pathfinders, Patterson's People, Ged Peck (see James Royal), Lance Percival, Peter and Gordon visit the Galaxy, Peter, Paul and Mary, Gregory Phillips, Ray Phillips, Pinky, Gene Pitney, Ray Pollard, The Poor Souls, Alan Price, Viv Prince, P J Proby, Procol Harum, Pussyfoot

Q Caleb Quaye

R Lynne Randell, The Real McCoy, Mark Richardson (in Fab Forty), Mark Richardson (in Dateline Diamonds), Rick & Sandy, Rockin' Berries, Jim Rodford, Steve Rodford, Rokes, Normie Rowe,
James Royal, James Royal and the Hawks, The James Royal Set

S Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Crispian St Peters, Sandy (Roberton) , Mike Sammes Singers, Seeds, The Settlers, the Shiralee, Silkie, Nick Simper (see James Royal), Sixties Music Festival 1999, Sixties Music Festival 2000. Small Faces (in Dateline Diamonds), Ken Smart (aka Brindley D Spender), 'Smile' review, Sons of Fred, Sorrows, Spectrum, Spellbinders, Neil Spence, Verdelle Smith, Peter Lee Stirling (aka Daniel Boone), Studio Six, Swinging Blue Jeans, The Shiralee, Shotgun Express, Whistling Jack Smith, Soft Machine, Stax/Volt Tour March 1967, The Style, Sundowners, Terry Sylvester, Syndicats

T Sharon Tandy, Howard Tate, Sue Thompson, Tony's Defenders, Traffic, Trekkas, Jackie Trent, Troggs, Tuesday's Children, Twice As Much, Twilights

U Unit 4 + 2, Chris Lamb(e) & the Universals, The Untamed

V Lee Vanderbilt, Vanilla Fudge, Bobby Vinton

W Waikikis, Walker Brothers, Phil Wainman, Frenesi Watson, Ways and Means, Geno Washington, West Five, Keith West, Brian Wilson (three Royal Festival Hall gig reviews), Wimbledon Palais, Wimple Winch, Wishful Thinking, Art Wood, Ron Wood


Y Yardbirds, Young Idea, Johnny Young (aka Johnnie Young)

Z Zombies, Zephyrs


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