Konvention 2010

Boston Arms, Tufnell Park. 28 November 2010


Videos courtesy of WhyKinks.




Photographs courtesy of Carrie Gooch, John Higham, Kelly Hockley, Sharon Iles, Brigitte & Steve Jeffs, Bruce MacQueen, Olga Ruocco, Simon van den Bergh

The 2010 Official Kinks Fan Club Meeting at the Boston Arms saw the largest number of Kast Off Kinks yet. 

There were three keyboard players - Ian Gibbons, John “The Baptist” Gosling and, for the first time, Mark Haley; two bass players - Jim Rodford and John “Nobby” Dalton, two drummers - Mick Avory and Bob Henrit, as well as Dave Clarke on lead guitar and vocals and Debi Doss, backing vocals. In addition, they were augmented by an excellent brass section from Norway.

Set 1: Mick, Baptist, Nobby and Dave plus Debi and brass section 

Where Have All The Good Times Gone?


Skin and Bone (for Ray)

Berkeley Mews

David Watts

Sitting in my Hotel

Supersonic Rocket Ship

Waterloo Sunset


Celluloid Heroes

Have A Cuppa Tea


Days (for Pete)

Milk Cow Blues


Set 2:  Bob, Jim, Mark Haley and Dave plus Debi and brass section 

Gotta Move

Soimebody Stole My Car

Stop Your Sobbing

Sunny Afternoon

Death of a Clown (for Rafi)

Come Dancing

Still Searching

Big Sky

Dedicated Follower Of fashion (Mick)

Louie Louie (Nobby & Ian)

Better Things

Support : Pete Watkins.

Set 3: Mick, Baptist, Nobby, Dave plus Debi and brass section and Ian, Jim and Mark 

Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues

Til The End Of The Day


God's Children


Village Green Preservation Society

Ducks on the Wall

Tired Of Waiting

You Really Got Me / All Day And All Of The Night


Thanks and congratulations are due to Bill Orton and his team at the Official Kinks Fan Club

See two fan events which took place the previous day :      Pete Quaife Memorial            Kinks Jam at the Clissold Arms

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