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Retrospective by Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, August 1970

THE MOST influential singer of the last 25 years was Roy Brown. ...

Roy Brown Part 1: Good Rockin' Tonight

Interview by John Broven, Blues Unlimited, January 1977

ROY BROWN became one of R&B's first stars when his seminal recording of 'Good Rockin' Tonight' hit the charts in 1948 and 1949. In this illuminating ...

Roy Brown Part 2: Hard Luck Blues

Interview by John Broven, Blues Unlimited, March 1977

The second part of this interview with Roy Brown takes his story from 1950, with his time at King Records, through the rock'n'roll era and ...

Roy Brown: New London Theatre

Live Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, March 1978

HALFWAY through, this chaotic gig had all the makings of one of the Great Disasters Of Our Time. ...

Roy Brown: 100 Club, London

Live Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, August 1978

AT ABOUT 3 pm the Sunday before last, one American rhythm 'n' blues pioneer and six British beer 'n' peanut-circuit musicians got together for the ...

Roy Brown: Cheapest Price In Town

Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, November 1978

ALTHOUGH AT 53 going on 25, Roy Brown is relatively young for an R&B star who first recorded just after the war, there's no getting ...

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