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Google Inc

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Lifetouch Inc


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The Nashville Teens

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These included an unexpected failure by at least three of the band to end the Rock'n'Roll Medley on time - but Ray sang on for an extra delivery of the last verse and the rest of the band recovered almost instantaneously so I don't expect many in the audience actually noticed.

Nathaniel is the grandson of Ray Phillips of The Nashville Teens. and it is fairly evident that singing ability in that family is an inherited gift, because Nathaniel is brilliant.
This is because not only does the club hold nostalgia for Ray because it is one of the first places where the original Nashville Teens were paid for performing back in 1962; but because it is "local", the audience tends to be mainly friends and relations, plus the core club members (many of whom are also friends).
When we arrived Spud Metcalfe, Simon Spratley and Ken Osborn were standing outside in the cool evening air (it was very hot indoors) while Colin Pattenden was inside tuning the PA equipment and Ray Phillips was in the bands dressing room.
Punk flavoured Progressive Rock wasn't my favourite genre, but these were more musical than most, performing their own songs and as I watched with Jackie Lynton and Ray Phillips, we all agreed that The Room were a good band.
It was encouraging that as we wandered around a seemingly endless stream of people were congratulating Ray on a brilliant performance.
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It is a long trip and I had the privilege of chauffeuring Ray and John which was almost ten hours of banter, memories, anecdotes and jokes.
Ray Phillips and Wesley turned up just before the band started. Skeleton Crew played two sets and during the break Colin Pattenden, Ray Phillips and myself managed to sort out the basic logistics for next weekends Nashville Teens gig (a trek to South Devon next Saturday).
During the second set Paul called Ray up to join him on stage for a few numbers, which were great.
Ray improvised the "Guinness Blues" and sang three or four other songs before he left the stage to let Skeleton Crew do their finale.
Paul King, Colin Pattenden, Ray Phillips and Chris Bryant
I have taken Ray Phillips to a couple of "Tales From The Woods" shows - where the impresario Keith Woods provides a house band and "names" from the fifties and sixties appear to reprise some of their music.
Ray Phillips was chatting with his partner Melanie and her friend Olga, and Colin Pattenden was at the club bar talking to Graham, the club chairman.
Ray & Colin enjoying singing on Saturday night T he Nashville Teens at Pyrford Spud in his new "Who" jacket
with guest artists Wee Willie Harris, Dave Berry, Ray Phillips, Cliff Bennett and P.P. Arnold
The event started for me at lunch time, I drove over to Addlestone to collect Ray Phillips and his son Wesley, then on to Chertsey to collect Cliff Bennett - after which we all trekked into London to get to The Borderline Club about two o'clock in the afternoon.
Ray was next up - he too was excellent. The band taxed him a bit with the speed and key of the first number - Rockin' On The Railroad - but he sang it well and then drove the band for the rest of the set. The performers all loved the session, as did the audience. I only saw a part of Dave Berry's act because Ray and I were backstage recording an interview for a Liverpool based radio station - but I had watched all of his sound check - Dave is one of my favourite performers from the sixties scene.
Spud and Colin Pattenden were setting up equipment on stage when we arrived, and I found Ray Phillips, Ken Osborn, Simon Spratley and guest harmonica player Adam Russell in the changing room behind the stage.

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Ray Phillips guesting with The BLUESBLASTERS

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Ray Phillips with Bogdán Gomilko - the driving force behind the GastroBlues Festival

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