Bay City Rollers Fan Club Related

Bay City Rollers Fan Correspondence

Reference number:

BCRFC4
POA

Description:

Bay City Rollers original 1970s fan club correspondence / offers / flyers / posters / photos & correspondence

Certification:

NA

Size:

Various

Condition:

Average. View Image

Bay City Rollers Cards

Reference number:

BCRFC3
POA

Description:

Various original 1974-77 Bay City Rollers Fan club Best Wishes & Christmas Greetings cards all with PRINTED signatures of the group

Certification:

NA

Size:

Various

Condition:

Average. View Images

Bay City Rollers Membership Cards

Reference number:

BCRFC2
£45.00

Description:

Two rare original 1975 and 1976 Bay City Rollers Fan Club Membership Cards with Tam Paton welcome letter

Certification:

NA

Size:

10x7cm Sized Cards

20x20cm Sized Letter

Condition:

Good. View Images

Tam Paton

Reference number:

BCRTPA1
£45.00

Description:

An original circa 1974 autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoint by the manager of the Bay City Rollers Tam Paton d2009

Certification:

AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

12x10cm Sized Autograph Book Page

Condition:

Good. View Image

Bay City Rollers Fanzines

Reference number:

BCRFA1
£275.00

Description:

A rare full set of all 43 Bay City Rollers Fanzines Numbers 1-43

Certification:

From a wonderful collection of vintage Bay City Rollers items collected by young superfan Diane F of Wakefield. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

21x15cm Sized Fanzines

Condition:

Generally Good. All complete no pages missing and no tears. Some have neat writing (an address) on the front covers in ballpoint.

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Bay City Rollers Fan Club Related

BAY CITY ROLLERS. Scottish tartan-clad teeny-bop group who created "Rollermania" hysteria in rising to worldwide fame with a string of hits during the 1970s. Their first single "Keep on Dancing" (1971) reached No9 in the charts and was produced by Jonathon King. It was however two years later in 1973, before the classic line-up of the group ; (Les / Alan / Derek / Woody and Eric) were to repeat success with hits ; Remember and Shangalang. 1975 was to become "their year" with the classic "Bye Bye Baby" No1 for six weeks in the spring (selling over 1 million copies) and "Give A Little Love" becoming No1 in the summer. They also scored a rare US No1 hit for a British group in 1976  with "Saturday Night". Between 1973-1978 the Bay City Rollers sold over 100 million records (including having eleven UK Top 10 singles). The strain of success started to take its toll on various group members by 1976 (original founding member Alan Longmuir left the group) being replaced by 17 year old Ian Mitchell. The group slowly and controversially imploded, finally splitting in 1978 when both Les and Eric left (supposedly to pursue solo careers). During the following decades, there has sadly remained continued acrimony between the group members over rights issues and various court cases concerning unpaid royalties (thought to be worth in excess of 30 million pounds). The original members as of 2007 finally agreed to try to resolve these and fight together in an attempt to recover "the lost Rollers millions" ............

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