Tony Dangerfield - Rock & Roll Journeyman
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Tony in 1964 recorded and managed by Joe Meek

 

Screaming Lord Sutch & the Savages with Tony on bass play ‘Jack the Ripper' click here

See Tony play guitar at a Blues Jam - click here

Watch the short film ‘Fish Eye’ starring Tony Dangerfield here
Listen to Tony’s Spanish radio interview
here

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Tony Dangerfield bass player with Screaming Lord Sutch and the Savages, on and off since 1963, and a most collectable – if infrequent – recording artist in his own right.

Solo stardom was not to be and Anthony Stuart Dangerfield continued along the same road he'd been travelling since his birth in Wolverhampton on August 31st 1944. Yet he has clung onto the good looks that led Joe Meek to produce his first single during 1964's sunny autumn.

Tony has shared the stage with such notables as Gene Vincent, Billy Fury, Carl Douglas, Carlo Little
, Ritchie Blackmore, Wee Willie Harris, Heinz, Matthew Fisher, Mike Berry, Ricky Valance and many more.

(Extract from an interview with Alan Clayson)



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Saturday 6 December 2008 1 PM

St Mary’s Church Hendon NW4

 

Internment of the Ashes and laying of a memorial stone

All Tony’s friends are welcome

 

A poem ‘For Tony’
by Janice Brett
here
 

August 2008 - Tony’s memorial bench in place more  
 

Obituaries here

Tony Dangerfield
31 August 1944 - 20 July 2007

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