THE CLYDEBEATS,THE 60S

by BRUCE SINCLAIR
  • THE CLYDEBEATS

A short lived group of the early 60s performed in the D.A Halls and the Ritzs cafe Millport from left to right--Robert Mcdowell, Fleming Smith , Jimmy Fraser, Allan Sinclair


Alistair Smith says

Where are they all now?

william burns says

I believe the drummer was Walter Chalmers. he was excellent. Walter lived at the Quayhead above the chippie.

Billy

BRUCE SINCLAIR says

Jimmy Fraser is in Rothesay Allan sinclair ,Linwood , Walter Chalmers , Millport , Robert and Fleming / any info would be great as to thier whereabouts !

Alistair Smith says

I believe Fleming runs a cafe in Aberdovey, Wales. I do not know about Robert, but He had a sister whose name was Joan, she was the year above me at school.  I wondered if anybody knew where she is?

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