Review by Donna Jackson
|John Duff Lowe (on piano), Len Garry and Rod Davis|
However, Rod Davis, Len Garry and John Duff Lowe, with the support of two members of the Trembling Wilburys on drums and bass, kept the crowd enthralled as they shared their memories of the early years of the band as well as the great music that they had played all those years ago.
|Len seems to be enjoying Rod's reminiscences|
as much as the rest of us!
Len Garry and John Duff Lowe having fun on stage
As they often do, the Quarrymen invited members of the audience to join them for the skiffle songs. They probably hadn't expected 'John Lennon' to be able to join them on washboard, but Valentine Pelka, who plays the part of John in And In The End couldn't resist the opportunity and was clearly delighted that he'd played alongside the members of John's first band.
Also joining in was Brian Barry (on washboard) and the writer, producer and director of And In The End, Sandy Marshall (on tea-chest bass).
Rod Davis is serving as a consultant for And In the End, and encouraged everyone to go to see it. Well, if a Quarryman says it's worth it, then that's good enough for us! To buy tickets, and for more information on the play, the cast and the crew visit the website at http://www.andintheend.com/
|Rod Davis, Quarryman, and Consultant for And In the End|
Thanks, fellas, for another very special and unforgettable night!