The Good Old Boys [Rock & Roll, 5 piece]
The Good Old Boys were originally formed as a vehicle to play live Rock 'n' Roll whenever the members were free from touring with their own bands. The astounding response they received has led them to become a successful band in their own right and as a result the combined talents of Alan Barratt, Nick Simper, Peter Parks, Simon Bishop and Richard Hudson provide a perfect blend for the 50s 60s Rock 'n' Roll / R&B enthusiast.An evening with the Good Old Boys is an exhilarating experience and one not to be missed. The coming together of five great musicians on one stage cannot fail to excite, and excitement, after all, is what Rock 'n' Roll is about.
- The Horns, Watford, 17 December 2023
Love this Band they are an inspirational outfit that proves that you can play music and rock the joint at any age, Dance, sing, drink and be happy
- The Oddfellows Arms, Hemel Hempstead, 19 November 2023
The Good Old Boys was formed over 30 years ago as a vehicle to play live Rock n Roll and Rhythm n Blues whenever the members were free from touring with their own bands. They have changed their line-up recently but the Good Old Boys experience will be as exhilerating and exciting as ever.The Good Old Boys now are originals Alan Barrett, Lead Singer (Jo Jo Gun, Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers plus he supported Jimi Hendrix in 1967!) and Peter Parks, Guitar/Vocals (Warhorse, Fandango, recorded with BB King, Paul McCartney and Simple Minds).New members are Lee Haggerty on guitar (currently the guitarist from The Ruts), Bill Phillips on bass (Glitter Band, Ali Mac Band. Bob Pearce on drums (who has worked with many bands worldwide, including Albert Lee'sHogans Heroes).
- Eel Pie Club at The Patch, Twickenham, 4 August 2022
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Band Contact Details
|Band name||The Good Old Boys|
|Based in||Uxbridge, London|
|Tel||0118 970 6760|
This band/artist page is jointly maintained by Lemonrock and Bill. Last updated 27 January 2023.