The New Amen Corner [60s Covers]
The New Amen Corner have emerged in the last couple of years as arguably the hottest band on the 60’s circuit. The band has an unrivalled ability to recreate so perfectly the sound and atmosphere of that momentous period 50 years ago when music sent good vibrations across the world.The original Amen Corner was one of the biggest influences on the sixties pop scene to ever come out of Wales. Creating their own unique brand of music, a mixture of mod, psychedelic power pop, heavy horns, swirling Hammond organ and distinctive voice of Andy Fairweather-Low, their power house live show made them one of the most exciting bands around at the time.With million seller hits like “Gin House”, “Bend Me Shape Me”, “If Paradise was half as Nice”, “High in the Sky”, & “Hello Suzie” they soon became a household name in the late sixties. Unfortunately, due to the bands premature demise at the end of 1969, the legacy of this truly great band had become somewhat forgotten.The musicians of the New Amen Corner have a musical pedigree second to none and have been band members with the likes of Screaming Lord Sutch, The Symbols, Jeff Beck, Alexsis Korner, Roy Wood, Robert Plant, Alvin Stardust, Ruby Turner, Mike Oldfield and Jaki Graham to name but a few!!!!!The reputation that the band has built of the past ten years has seen them take the stage with such sixties icons as Wayne Fontana, Steve Ellis, Cliff Bennett, Mike Pender, Brian Hyland, Chip Hawkes, Tony Crane, Peter Noone, PP Arnold, Chris Farlowe and Mike d’Abo.
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