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Richard Harding and ME! Richard was playing at a R&R reunion show in Leeds/Bradford which I was really pleased to be able to go to. Blast from the past or what? Gawd, we both changed so much!
Artefact added : 19th May 2011
by allanrm
lorna Says –
I read your comment about Richards guitar, yes you're right, he loved that thing, and it was indeed unique,and when he played it, it was absolutely mind blowing stuff, gawd ! he sure could play, and apparently still does....would love to hear him again. We have a great guitarist here in Oz, his name is Tommy Emmanuel, he reminds me very much of Richards style and talent.

As I've told John, I am on facebook if you want to find me, I'm under Lorna Helby nee Cameron, sorry John, I forgot to mention that in my last post to you :-)

Regards
Lorna
COMMENT ADDED 20th May 2011
ebow60 Says –
My name is Steve Sagar and Richard has known me longer than I have, he can remember me before I developed a memory. My father is Mike Sagar and I possibly know more about the life of this band "The Cresters" than most. I have a picture of Richard, Ian Banister (Bass), Malcome Clarke and Archie the drummer at the time if anyone would like to see it I will upload it. I still see my known uncle Richard to this day 28th March 2018 and i going to see him this Saturday the 31st.
Regards
Steve
COMMENT ADDED 28th March 2018
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