money The Bachelors steal the show. John Stokes, after a long search has teamed
up with Jonathan Young and Kevin Neill to form a new group and create a more
upbeat sound. All the old favourites are there, Diane, Charmaine, I Believe,
but there's a new and vibrant presentation which makes the old sixties sound
a very pale comparison. Jonathan's voice is powerful yet easy on the ear and
Kevin's excellent guitar playing bring a new dimension to the group's repertoire.
I can't help feeling that The Bachelors are the real stars and I'll swear
there wasn't a dry eye in the place with their splendid interpretation of
the love theme from 'Titanic.'
their second successive season are the John Stokes Bachelors. Closing the
show as special guests they are exactly right for the start of the season.
The line-up also features former Karl Denver Trio guitarist Kevin Neill and
the strong vocals of Jonathan Young. They mix selections from their back catalogue
of almost twenty hit singles with newer material and come across as a stronger
performing act than the original trio.
featured John Stokes' Bachelors and the performance was very professional
well delivered and as good as the original 60's recordings. A mixed audience
gave them a tremendous ovation and brought them back for two encores. I would
recommend John Stokes' Bachelors to anyone. An entertaining and Harmonious
Returning from Australia, on their sixth visit in five years, the promoter declared this was their most successful tour, which opened up parts of the continent they have never appeared before. They will be returning there in 2006.
On the recent appearance at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, for a record fifth time, Brian Goddard, the Chief Executive stated "The reason I book John Stokes' Bachelors, is because they are the most entertaining act I have seen."