Global Modernism – The respectful and friendly group for both traditional Modernists and Revivalists, the full spectrum of Mod sounds are covered.
My website and blog is called ‘Zen and The Art of the Sixties Mod novel’ (https://johnknightnovelist.wixsite.com/mysite/blog)is one source of information about my novel: ‘Jimmy Mack – Some Kind of Wonderful’. The blog is also also about many aspects of writing a novel about Mods and the Sixties, updating progress on follow up novels as well as looking at Mod as “a way of life” through images and music.
You can also follow me on Facebook: John Knight @ FN Jimmy Mack Two Hearts Books
Looking back is a Facebook group for lovers of the 1960s mod scene. Post your tunes, pictures up and coming events etc..and most of all enjoy.
Modernistas – The group for people that realise there’s far more to the scene beyond a flag, The Jam and far too many bits and bobs on the front of your scooter. Style and detail are key. xx
The Dungeon was open between 1964 and 1968, playing soul, Motown, jazz, blues, r&b featuring live bands and artists from America and the UK, such as Little Stevie Wonder, Wilson Pickett, Inez & Charlie Foxx, the Who, Small Faces, Steam Packet and many more. This is both a website and blogsite containing listings and information about those who played there, the music played and the people who went – who were they? What clothes did they wear? Where did they buy the clothes? Where are they now? An attempt to define and document everything about those times.
This website is the official source for all of the in-print books by Tony Beesley. All copies are signed and personalised dedications are available on request.
Mods: Shaping A Generation chronicles the stories of the 1960s Mods in Leicester and Nottingham. In addition it also celebrates the 40th anniversary of Quadrophenia, based on the novel by Alan Fletcher. The Mods: Shaping A Generation exhibition can be seen at Soft Touch Arts, 50 New Walk, Leicester LE1 6TF
from April 13th 2019 – June 30th 2019.