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Teddie Palmer's Collection

Teddie Palmer should be no stranger to any one who was around in the showband era. He fronted a number of bands, including his very successful stint as Teddie Palmer and the Rumble Band during the 70's. Teddie started his career back in 1962 and played with quite a few beat groups before joining the ballroom scene around 1970. He played continuously until he retired from live performing in 1985. Today, he is still involved with the industry and manages several acts through his company, Entertainment Unlimited. He has been kind enough to scan and contribute his collection of bands of the 60's and 70's with us. We appreciate his support and hope you enjoy sharing his collection. In additiona to photos of other bands, Teddie has been kind enough to provide many photos from his own career which you can visit by clicking here.

Click on a photo to see a full size image. 42 Photos so far!

50'S AND 60'S SHOWBANDS

Green Angels Grenadiers Showband Exiles -1966 Teddie & the Tigers 1967 College Boys - 1968

Spectres - 1965

College Boys - 1968 Hoedowners George Kaye Capitol Showband
 

Oliver Kane

Vanguard Six Joe Lowry Nevada - 1971 Coming
POP, COUNTRY & FOLK BANDS
Teddie Palmer & The Rumble Band Tina and Real McCoy Dickie Rock & The Miami New Rascals 1983 Rosie from Sunshine
The Clouds Cahir O'Doherty TP Band with Gina Dee-1986 Kaye Twins Joanna of Tequila Sunrise
Rascals - 1981 Rascals - 1985 Teddie Palmer & The Rumble Band-'74 Teddie Palmer & The Rumble Band - '79 Joanna Farrell of Tequila Sunrise
Teddie Palmer Band - 1981 Teddy Bears - 1983 Suite 2CU Rumble Band - 1970 Rumble Band - 1973
Dreams Weaver Folk Rockabilly Rebels (TP) Harry's Gang Mary Lou-1982
   
Rockets Royal Flush Barnbrack Coming Coming


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