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    Posted: April 24 2011 at 19:44
 I have some information about the UK prog band Strange Days that i wanted to share with fellow PA members.
       I recently received a very nice e-mail from former keyboardist for the band Eddy Spence, who now plays keyboards for The Glitter Band.
          Strange Days were quite popular for a very short time in the mid-seventies in the universities in Britain and The Netherlands.
          Eddy  Spence is still in touch with band members Phil Walman and Graham Ward, but they lost touch with drummer Eddie McNeil a long time ago.
            Just before they became famous, The Sex Pistols supported Strange Days at the 100 Club in London! Talk about different types of music.
          Mr. Spence considers Strange Days to have been one of the highlights of his long musical career.


Edited by presdoug - April 24 2011 at 19:55
"and what music unites, man should not take apart"--Helmut Koellen                               
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