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The Manfreds: Hits & More in ‘24

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Turn Up The Volume! is The Stables' monthly podcast series. You can listen to Paul Jones of The Manfreds looking back on his long and glorious career on our April episode. Just follow this link to access. The interview starts at 32 minutes, 4 seconds into the podcast.


Following the huge success of their 60th anniversary tour in 2023, The Manfreds will, once again, be making their way to The Stables on Saturday 20th April 2024.

They are considered one of the finest and most respected bands from the 1960’s era. Their numerous hits were not just ‘pop’ songs, many were R&B based with an undercurrent of jazz - a very unusual but winning combination of playing style and substance.

As a result, their records have a timeless quality and, some 60 years on, The Manfreds, with original front man Paul Jones, will be performing many of their hits, including Do Wah Diddy Diddy, one of the most popular and instantly recognisable songs of the ‘60’s, and still the biggest audience pleaser at their concerts, along with a mix of jazz and blues covers and tracks from their individual solo albums.

Paul Jones, with his unique harmonica sound, will be joined by Tom McGuinness on guitar, Pete Riley on drums, Mike Gorman on keyboards, Marcus Cliffe on bass, and Simon Currie on saxophone/ flute.

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