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This changed our lives forever and a refreshing change from the previous dance band days that catered for the 'Baby Boomers' parents.

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Around the same time as I was getting into the music scene during the last part of the Fifties, a young couple and their two young daughters moved down from Yorkshire to make a better life for themselves in Southampton.

They moved down from Huddersfield to Southampton, and lived for three years in an old bus that Reg had converted into a caravan.

Too soon he feels trapped by marriage and children.

Dorothy wants stability and Reg wants freedom but he needs Dorothy as his anchor.

When Reg first hears Bill Haley's, 'Rock Around The Clock,' he has a dream to bring Rock 'n' Roll to England.

Reg is like the Pied Piper as young musicians and singers give up their jobs to follow him as he creates a new way of providing entertainment for teenagers.

Reg had a vision and set about managing local pop singers and groups around the Southampton area as well as promoting his novel 'Lookalike' pop stars who were billed as 'Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Cliff Richard' and other big stars- sometimes hoodwinking the public that the real stars were performing at their local teen hop as the posters were often ambiguous with the small print hiding the fact that these were actually 'tribute' acts!

Some thirty odd years later in the Eighties did we see the rise of these 'tribute' acts thanks to TV shows such as 'Stars In Their Eyes' that featured 'ordinary' people as big name stars with great production.

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Reg and Dorothy Calvert started out with a little sweet shop and later into popcorn which accompanied the US influences of the music, Coca Cola and part of the fairground culture.