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Official Kinks Fan Club Meeting 28 Nov 2021


It is with great sadness that we have to report the sudden death of Ian Gibbons. Deepest sympathy to Nadia and all Ianís friends and family.
Sadly there will be no more gigs (except OKFC) until further notice.

 Video by Daniel Wright

John Dalton sends a message to everyone :

On retirement, John and the Daltons would to thank all the musicians, Kast Off Kinks, Bill and The Official Kinks Fan Club, Geoff and The Kast Off Kinks fans, The Dutch Fan Club, The Norwegian Fan Club, and all the Fans/Friends that have supported us over 26 years, and help us raise money for Leukaemia Research Fund.


We have had a wonderful time doing the gigs and meeting wonderful people along the way. We have lovely memories of all the places we played.


We are hoping that Bill does do another Konvention as it would be lovely just to come along and get a chance to see and chat to everyone.


We look forward to seeing you all soon.

Best wishes,


John & Eileen & all the Daltons xx

The iconic British rock band, The Kinks, are often cited as one of the most important and influential rock bands of all time.

Their first hit, You Really Got Me, in 1964, broke new ground with driving power chords and Dave Daviesí distorted guitar sounds, and created a template for many bands to follow in a rock and roll development which led variously to heavy metal, new wave and grunge.

Later work saw the bandís style change to more melodic songs, highlighting Ray Daviesí lyrical and observational skills in songs like Sunny Afternoon, Dead End Street and Waterloo Sunset.

Although the bandís popularity in the UK waned in the 1970s, they found new commercial success, particularly in the USA, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and returned to the UK top 20 in 1983 with Come Dancing. The Kinks continued as a recording and gigging band until 1996, when the Davies brothers went their separate ways with solo careers.

During the bandís 32-year career, there were some changes in personnel, Pete Quaife, the original bassist, was replaced by John Dalton in 1969, and keyboard player John Gosling was added in 1970. Following the two Johnsí departure in the late 1970s, Jim Rodford became the Kinksí bassist (after a short tenure by Andy Pyle) and Ian Gibbons took over on keyboards. Original drummer Mick Avory left the band in 1983, to be replaced by Bob Henrit. Mark Haley played keyboards for a period in the late 80s/early 90s.

The Kast Off Kinks formed in 1994 to keep the music playing on, and it is what the name implies - the original line-up consisted of the band that played Lola (apart from Ray and Dave) - Avory, Dalton and Gosling - together In 2009, the line-up became the band that played Come Dancing - Avory, Gibbons and Rodford (respectively the Kinksí longest-serving drummer, keyboard player and bassist) - still with Dave Clarke covering for the Davies brothers. Jim then became very busy playing with The Zombies and Argent, so John Dalton was persuaded out of retirement and now plays very regularly with The Kast Off Kinks .

 Almost every other ex-Kink has guested with The Kast Off Kinks, including Ray Davies.

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