We interrupt your broadcast to advance to August 17, 1969
The City of Nottingham has had an inauspicious history in the field of popular music over the decades. Certainly for a conurbation of it's size, it has consistently punched way below it's weight. With respect to the many fine pub bands I've seen over the years in the area, the musical output of the city has seen little success. Apart from in terms of selling units, nominally the likes of the poppy
Paper Lace in particular plus one-hit wonders KWS, it's difficult to detect any great additions to rock and pop's back catalogue. Nottingham's rock heritage remains of a lowly order to this day, that is apart from one shining light, the great Ten Years After.