In late 1974, Melody Maker journalists Chris Welch and Steve Lake conducted an interview with Dave Dee, Alvin Stardust, manager Hal Carter and Marty Wilde.
Once leader of the hugely successful Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich group who took the British charts by storm with every record.
Now head of A&R at Atlantic Records in London.
Again a chart topper after Sixties success as Shane Fenton. He ‘retired’, travelled, got involved in business then a sensational image switch created a new star to a new generation.
Manager and promoter who co-promoted a Rock Revival tour that got things going again.
Star of the pre-Beatles age of British rock-n-roll. Recently made a comeback to live performing on a rock-n-roll package tour. His son Ricky, is now making inroads into the pop market.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Dialogue:
Why should anybody want to be a star?
The pages of this interview have been kindly provided by RL Daly.