DJhistory presents... The Original Mods

DJhistory presents... The Original Mods The Horse & Groom
Tuesday 10 November 2009

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With Jeff Dexter, Lloyd Johnson and Mickey Modern

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Tuesday 10 November 2009

The Horse & Groom

28 Curtain Road
London EC2A 3NZ
United Kingdom
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Tel: 020 7247 9291
Web: www.theHorseAndGroom.net

DJhistory presents… The Original Mods
Horse & Groom, 28 Curtain Road , London , EC2
7pm - 2am, Thursday November 12th.
Free entry
Nearest tube: Liverpool St
Horse & Groom press Neil 07806 288331
www.djhistory.com

The night will be aided by alcoholic refreshments, bar snacks and vigorous dancing prompted by original 60s sounds from Shindig Hugh and Jeff Dexter, ably support by our residents Jonny 5 and Benoit & Namedrop.



They were the original working class rebels, post-war Britain ‘s first dandies. The mods went from East End Jewish roots in the late 50s to to ska, soul, parkas, scooters and scrapping in Brighton in the early 1960s. We’ll be discussing their origins, the fashions, the music and where it all went wrong (and right).

In the first of DJhistory’s two-monthly Smart Chats, we’ve drafted in a stellar cast of dandies to sift through the crap and nail just how many buttons one should have on a well-made whistle.

The panel consists of Paul Gorman, author of the brilliant book, The Look; Jeff Dexter the celebrated DJs at Tiles and, later, Middle Earth; Lloyd Johnson owner of Johnsons, in Kensington Market and Kings Road and Mickey Modern, reputed to be the first mod in south London.

They will be aided by alcoholic refreshments, bar snacks and vigorous dancing prompted by original 60s sounds from Shindig Hugh and Jeff Dexter, ably support by our residents Jonny 5 and Benoit & Namedrop.


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DJhistory presents… The Original Mods
Horse & Groom, 26 Curtain Road , London , EC2 7pm - 2am, Thursday November 12th.
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