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Lee writes.......

Well we think you've just about recovered from last Saturday/Sunday morning's Shindig so here we go again. I can't put into words how pleased I am to announce that the man that has put together one of the top three books ever written about the Mod scene has chosen The King Bee to officially launch it. The September King Bee will see Tony Beesley author of Sawdust Caesars Original Mod Voices be there in person to chat to about his journey putting the book together. If you have a copy bring it down, if you want to buy one on the night pm me, Tony will be more than happy to sign it for you. From the scenes origins right up to the present day it's all covered in the people that were there's own words. The King Bee Club itself gets covered in depth and there are photo's of and pieces from King Bee regulars Ben Stone, Kris James, and Vicky Walsh

Knightley amongst others. So who could we possibly have as guest DJ on such a night..........well in my opinion only one person could do the night justice. I've known him longer than I care to remember and to me he sums up everything great about The Mod scene. He invented the genre New Breed R'n'B almost single handed, helped create one of the greatest clubs we've ever had, epitemises the cross over that The King Bee represents with the rockin' crowd and Mods Jiving and doing the block hand in hand.......the one and only Mike Warburton

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Heard so much about King Bee that I popped into the outdoor dayer at the Shakespere in August for a taster. Music was awesome and I have been eagerly waiting for the September event to come around. Youtube clips look great and cant wait to go to my first ever King Bee night.

Terry Lee

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Definitely not disappointed. Great night. Really nice friendly atmosphere and people. The music was top drawer. Being a northern fanatic I usually make one venue each weekend but it was great to go somewhere where I knew almost none of the tracks but still spent half the night on the dance floor. A "definite" on the list for future months. Terry

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