Official Website of Sixties Mix band. "You don't stop playing when you get old -you get old when you stop playing" Confucious Clark 2021
Showing bands from the past which have featured one or more of the members of Sixties Mix
1967: Terry (second left) with the popular and successful local band ‘The Caldaires’
Caldaires again taken in the late 1960s. Terry is second from right.
We include this photo as a memorial to original Caldaires bass player Roy Hodgson who was tragically killed on Friday 17th May 1968 at the age of 21.
Caldaires performing live in the 60s.
Very early shot of Terry. We think this was taken just after he put his train set away.
The Pete Kelly Four. This is 1973. Brian’s the one on the right with all the hair! Just visible is Drummer Dennis who made a couple of appearances with SM in the 1990s
1973-yes all that hair did actually belong to Brian
Brian with Bradford based trio ‘Strides’ circa 1982
1986 at The Poplar. Very nearly the start of Sixties Mix. This band was known as ‘The Over The Hill Gang’. Left to right: Ernie (drums), Terry, Brian, Dave Stead (bass player and Poplar landlord) and Ricky Brooks (bass player)
On holiday in the USA, Brian sings with the house band at the Nashville Palace 1998
The Rising Sun Whitwood 1988
Former SM drummer Ernie. He played with us in the late 1980s and early ’90s. This picture was taken at The Rising Sun at Whitwo from right
1976: Brian goes solo
Not really a ‘past band’, Biff with Dennis, Stuart and Johnny form The Collier Dixon Line
Early shot of Biff.
John (left) with the Doncaster band ‘The Tony Shane Trio’ circa 1965
Sixties Mix bass player Dave (centre) in this 1968 photo of the band ‘The Ramblers
This 1995 photo shows SM bass player with daughter Leigh who would occasionally join us on stage.
This 1986 shot from The Poplar shows our mate, the late Pete Hartley on drums.