I met East 17 and Robbie Williams - but didnt real

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I have always been hip to the beat and used to know the number ones of the hit parade in the 1960s. I still have a collection of 45rpm discs and even some 78rpm records which I stacked on my radiogram and did the twist, the mashed potato and other rebel dances at home. I was too ill to take my 11-plus exam so was sent to a Secondary Modern School where we had formal dance lessons. I am still the master of the waltz but usually resort to something resembling a man receiving an electric shock .

Over the decades I have met many pop starss motion asks for Toronto Police Chief James Ramer to look into creating a, starting with The Beatles at the ATV Studios in Borehamwood in 1963 when they were guesting on The Morecambe And Wise Show. I met Paul again at Elstree Studios 20 years later but have told that story. Paul kindly signed a photo for me when we last met in about 1988 when he was rehearsing for his world tour on the massive Star Wars stage just before it was demolished. For several years Paul hired the old stage five for rehearsals with his group Wings. It was used as the depot in the On The Buses films and for The Avengers television series. Alas, they were all demolished to make way for TescoThe virus is shed in human waste. RELATED: To get the wealthy to pay more tax, first we need to work out why they avoid it

I have told you before about my meeting with Cliff Richard and why I ignored Michael Jackson on his visit to Elstree Studios. I am not sure I have told you about a couple of errors I made. I was introduced to a band called Garbage but thought they were called Cabbage or vice versa. Then I bumped into East Seven or something similar at the Studio and when they asked directions I assumed they were helping clear the underground car park when they were actually rehearsing on a sound stage.

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