Cafe Racers [Rock / Blues, 3 piece]
In loving memory of Doogy Bradford4 Jan 2021In loving memory of Doogy Bradford It is with great sadness that we have to tell you Doogy passed away on New Year’s Eve 2020 from complications, after battling COVID for 3 weeks.He was a force of nature who was without exception the most sociable and enthusiastic person on the planet. We will look back to many happy times making some great music with Doogy across hundreds of gigs, rehearsals and get-togethers and we will miss him dearly as a friend, a brother and drummer.Dom and Tony, Café- Racers xx
London beat scene in the 60s23 Mar 2018London beat scene in the 60s For all those who were part of the London beat scene in the 60s and that memorable concert in Hyde Park on 7th June 1969 - here we have Blind Faith's hit song 'Cant Find My Way Home' performed by the Cafe Racers BandVideo
The good, the bad and the ugly5 Mar 2018The good, the bad and the ugly Café Racers are: Dominic Buck: lead guitar & vocals Tony Caesari: bass guitar and Doogy Bradford on drums. The partnership goes back over 3 decades, having originally been involved in the 70s and 80s rock & beat scene. More recently they've contributed to the revival of 'old-school' R&B playing their unique interpretation of many standards and classics along with original material to make up the power trio.*** Demo Videoclip YouTube ****** Free Demo Disc on request Caferacersbookings@gmail.com ***
Southern Belle, Fulham Palace Road4 Dec 2016Southern Belle, Fulham Palace Road We had a great gig last night at Southern Belle in Fulham Palace Road!Thanks to everyone who came along! This venue was once the Greyhound Fulham Palace Road, home of all the big London and UK bands who emerged from the 70s. It's great to hear live rock and roll back within these walls.Hope to see you at our next gig, which is on Saturday 31st December 2016 at Southern Belle, Fulham Palace Road - details on Lemonrock at:http://www.lemonrock.com/gig.php?id=493983Tony
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