- The Casbah: Birthplace of Merseybeat Part 2 of 2 on BBC
- Cryin' Shames Nantwich/Chester Tonight!
- 55 Years of Rockin' with The Dominoes!
- Keep Rockin' and a Rollin'
- Come Together 2012 Merseysound
- The Dominoes Celebrate 55 Years
- Cats at The Cavern this Sunday!
- Rockin' at the YPC 3
- Lankykats Hall of Fame
- Telstar: The Joe Meek Story
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What Lynny Does for Liverpool Beat
Lynny is our webmistress and patiently follows Fergy round to gigs taking video footage and photographing what she sees. Lynny saw the need to develop Liverpool Beat in a way that would allow for sturdy content management and chose Joomla. She's not an expert in the field of the music, but will be happy to answer any technical questions or put right bad links, incorrect information etc.
Not a born 60s fan, her era was Donny Osmond, David Cassidy and the Bay City Rollers which filled her with such an intense revulsion that she went all classical on us. Lynny played Bassoon at school and was in much demand, playing with Trafford Youth Orchestra, Lymm Concert Band and many other groups - it wasn't her talent that kept her busy but very few people used to play Bassoon. After leaving school, she missed her music and joined the choir of St Peters Church in Hale, Cheshire where she sang, beautifully, through to her mid 20s. The choir were of a high standard, singing in four part harmony - Lynny is an alto. For those thinking that Lynny must be some kind of religious zealot, let us assure you that her interest in the high church was purely down to the excellent benefits which included the local pub with the rest of the choir.
When she married Dave in 1989 she liked listening to his wide range of music - he introduced her to the 60s and 70s and in turn this led her into discovering a whole new world of the mersey beat.
"I'm not in this shot, but looking at the line up it's around my time as I recognise a number of the adults. I stood in the 2nd choir stall, very close to the vicar, Rev. David Ashworth. They were golden, happy days and I loved the music we made"