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The Highliners Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Ginger
March 20th 2016
Top night out for all
London, United Kingdom@
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About The Highliners

The Highliners is a British rock and roll / psychobilly band formed in London in 1984 by Luke Morgan, lead singer and Chris Finch on saxophone having met at The Central School of Art and Kev Feeney aka Stretch on bass. The name The Highliners came from the Mk2 Ford Consuls and Zephyrs they all owned and early line-ups included members of The Cropdusters and Simon Collins the Dean of Fashion at Parsons School New York. In 1985 Morgan, Finch, Feeney and new drummer Tim Potter took a pink split screen VW bus to France for a 3 month tour of the Riviera. Later drummers included Dean, Andy and Mikey Stafford until Roy Williams of Nervous Records introduced Ginger (Steve Meadham) from The Meteors, Ricochets and Guana Batz in 1986. By 1987 this four piece had a TV residency on the channel 4 show Comedy Wave Length with Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence They were then joined by Ben Blakeman of The Cocteau Twins on lead guitar and regularly topped the bill at John Curd’s legendary psychobilly club, the “Klub Foot” in Hammersmith where their pink van became a landmark with the surfing skeleton on its roof. They were recorded live at The Klub Foot on Saturday 16th Jan 1988 for the album series “Stomping at The Klub Foot” appearing on “Stomping at The Klub Foot 5” released in March 1988, their final head line show at the Klub Foot on Sunday 26 June 1988 formed part of the 13 night farewell to the club known as "The Final Curtain" before The Clarendon Hotel Ballroom was demolished. Luke and Ginger have now been joined by Lilit Clockwork on bass and Andy Kandil on guitar and are bound for glory with new gigs, new tracks and new merch all at www.thehighliners.co.uk a band
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Band Members:
Lilit Clockwork - Bass, Ginger Meadham - Drums, Luke Morgan - Vocals, Andy Kandil - Guitar

No upcoming shows in your city
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Concerts and tour dates

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Past
All Concerts & Live Streams
The Highliners's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Ginger
March 20th 2016
Top night out for all
London, United Kingdom@
Water Rats

About The Highliners

The Highliners is a British rock and roll / psychobilly band formed in London in 1984 by Luke Morgan, lead singer and Chris Finch on saxophone having met at The Central School of Art and Kev Feeney aka Stretch on bass. The name The Highliners came from the Mk2 Ford Consuls and Zephyrs they all owned and early line-ups included members of The Cropdusters and Simon Collins the Dean of Fashion at Parsons School New York. In 1985 Morgan, Finch, Feeney and new drummer Tim Potter took a pink split screen VW bus to France for a 3 month tour of the Riviera. Later drummers included Dean, Andy and Mikey Stafford until Roy Williams of Nervous Records introduced Ginger (Steve Meadham) from The Meteors, Ricochets and Guana Batz in 1986. By 1987 this four piece had a TV residency on the channel 4 show Comedy Wave Length with Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence They were then joined by Ben Blakeman of The Cocteau Twins on lead guitar and regularly topped the bill at John Curd’s legendary psychobilly club, the “Klub Foot” in Hammersmith where their pink van became a landmark with the surfing skeleton on its roof. They were recorded live at The Klub Foot on Saturday 16th Jan 1988 for the album series “Stomping at The Klub Foot” appearing on “Stomping at The Klub Foot 5” released in March 1988, their final head line show at the Klub Foot on Sunday 26 June 1988 formed part of the 13 night farewell to the club known as "The Final Curtain" before The Clarendon Hotel Ballroom was demolished. Luke and Ginger have now been joined by Lilit Clockwork on bass and Andy Kandil on guitar and are bound for glory with new gigs, new tracks and new merch all at www.thehighliners.co.uk a band
Show More
Band Members:
Lilit Clockwork - Bass, Ginger Meadham - Drums, Luke Morgan - Vocals, Andy Kandil - Guitar

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