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Back to 1957 and the London Palladium for a No1 hit by Lonnie D. If you could jive to this you could jive!
My husband tells me his first away trip was in 1952 to see Hull City beat Manchester United at Old Trafford in an FA Cup match and remains the...
My father in law was a pianist around the club circuit in Hull from the 50's to the late 60's and met Norm Collier many times. My husband also saw...
Not forgetting my husband and 'canadatiger'. Excuse for my husband is that he has always had some colour blindness problems!
More comments on the livery history and the Beverley Bar bus.
EYMS bus colours confirmed in that period as you state tc. My husband sometimes used an EYMS bus to take him from Marfleet to the city centre....
That was up to just under a fortnight ago but a trio of losses has them on 8 now. My first husband was a Sunderland fan and my current one has...
Loved Series 1 which was really watchable. Series 2 was not as good and Series 3 was a struggle to stay with it. Understand there is no Series 4.
Time for Ella and a nostalgic return to the cowboy days of Roy Rogers and Trigger and many others.
Sounds like the person who wrote that was inspired by the writer/poet Max Ehrmann ("Desiderata")
From my observation of over 10 years of fans comments on here I think Ella's song title hits the nail on the head!
Back to the 40's and 50's for one of my husband's favourite players. Also when I was in a mixed choir in my early 20's we sang this.
I wonder how many posters checked the thread to see if you had made a prediction. I know thee DMD - even more closed than a closed book!
My husband's grandfather was at that game and a little over 40 years later was with my husband and his dad to watch Hull City play their first...
"Love is Strange" was the B side of his No 1 hit single "Cumberland Gap".
Although loving every thing that Buddy sang, my favourite rendition of this is by Lonnie D. which was on one of his early LP's and which we still...
Back to 1954 for this great hit for KK which charted at No1 in both the US and UK. Performing at the London palladium in 1955 she lost her voice...
Back to the late 50's/early 60's when this lady had great chart success particularly in the UK. Today she is in her early 80's.
Just started with the most prevalent being Astrazeneca. We have licence to manufacture it here and that has already commenced. Also limited...
Last survey done on this in Aus. about 3 weeks ago found that 76% would be willing to be vaccinated.