1960s group, The Move, lined up for Nantwich show

Original members of The Move, Trevor Burton and Bev Bevan, will play with the group in Nantwich.

Original members of The Move, Trevor Burton and Bev Bevan, will play with the group in Nantwich.

First published in News

LEGENDARY 1960s band, The Move, play in Nantwich this month.

The psychedelic group, which had a number one single with Blackberry Way in 1968, will play at the Crown Hotel on May 23.

The Move’s Flowers in the Rain was the first song every played on Radio 1, and members of the band went on to form ELO, as well as touring with the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd.

Other hits included Fire Brigade, Night of Fear and I Can Hear the Grass Grow, during an eventful career in which they were sued by Prime Minister Harold Wilson for depicting him naked in promotional material.

Tickets plus meal and accommodation packages available from the Crown Hotel on 01270 625283 or www.nantwichjazz.com

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