Rock Back The Clock - Jive, Stroll, Boogie Woogie and a touch of Rockabilly


Magazine Maggie’s Blue Suede News

Event ….. Yesterday Once More Southport

Rock Back the Clock were next and Im not sure if I’ve seen this band before but I was very impressed by them and especially the variety of songs they covered. They did a brilliant cover of ‘High Class Lady’ which is no mean feat and also ‘There’s a Guy Works Down the Chip-shop’ – very refreshing and effective – nice one. Will definitely keep my eye out for this group again.
Christy Farah Leamington Spa

The last band of the afternoon were Rock Back the Clock and a good set from them.
Glynis Richards Halifax

Next on were Rock Back the Clock. A new line up and a great choice of songs and like the previous band always nice to have a girl vocalist!
Jeanette Johns Altrincham


Jukebox Jive Magazine - Halifax Rock ‘n’ Roll Club

Their name says it all - Rock Back the Clock!! - and that’s exactly what they did at the Halifax Rock ‘n’ Roll Club, with two sets of truly memorable rock ‘n’ roll tunes to suit everybody’s taste, including Jive, Stroll, Boogie Woogie, and a touch of Rockabilly.

The six members of the band all hail from the Manchester and Stockport areas of Cheshire, and include the two founder members, Brian on rhythm guitar and Des on bass guitar. Adding to the line­up there’s Paul on keyboards, John who plays drums, Les on lead guitar, and finally, Lisa on vocals and harmonies, and she’s a lovely mover too...


Melksham Rock and Roll Website Review 16th April 2006

It was a while since I had been to the BAWA club in Bristol but I set off in glorious sunshine to see Rock back the Clock playing at the club for the first time.   I arrived at about 20:30 and there were already about 100 or so people.   A very respectable turnout considering that the Eddie Cochrane Cherised Memories weekender was also playing in Chippenham, but as I soon found out there was still more to come... 


Maggie's Blue Suede News Magazine Review

It’s 3 years since we were at this club and it’s nice to see completely refurbished. It’s a lot brighter than it used to be and more livelier with a full dance floor all night.

Wacko Jacko got everybody in the mood with mostly standards by the time Rock Back the Clock did their first set...