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Radio One DJ "Diddy" David Hamilton front left with Miss Wigan Casino Norma Leyland front centre and runners up on Friday 27th of July , pictured with Wigan Casino manager Gerry Marshall.
Long John Baldry on stage at Wigan Casino in the late s. Blues singer Baldry was 6ft. Tom Jones' "You Can Keep Your Hat On" was dedicated to this dancer.
SOUL SURVIVORS THE WIGAN CASINO: Wigan Casino Story: Amazon. PSFK posted this article on a great underground movement that took hold during the 70s in the north of England.
Two Casino Classics compilation albums were also released. The Casino wasn't an records-only venue though. It also played host to many live acts, including R.
Dean Taylor, Martha Reeves, Junior Walker, Gloria Jones, Edwin Starr, Billy Butler, The Marvelettes, Jackie Wilson, The Detroit Emeralds, The Elgins, Archie Bell and the Drells, Betty Wright, and of course, Tommy Hunt.
Tommy Hunt, an ex-member of The Flamingos, first appeared at the Casino on the Second Anniversary night. This performance helped Tommy enter the Top Forty with a cover version of Roy Hamilton's "Cracking Up Over You", and earned him an appearance on Top Of The Pops.
The follow-up "Loving On The Losing Side" was an even bigger success. A quirk of the Casino was the proliferation of badges that were produced.
Every anniversary, a new badge was produced. Every occasion warranted a badge. Granted, it was the thing to sport a badge on your shirt, on your bag, even on your bri-nylon vest I had a red one coverd with badges but it would be impossible to wear all of the available badges in one go.
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Please feel free to bookmark www. Home Wigan Casino Golden Torch Twisted Wheel Catacombs Northern Soul Tamla Motown Artists Badges Books Films About Us Contact Us Links Comments Northern Soul Top Part 2 Edwards, Jackie — I Feel So Bad San Remo Golden Strings — Festival Time Spellbinders — Help Me Get Myself Back Together Again Jones, Gloria — Come Go With Me Starr, Edwin — Agent Double O Soul Valentinos — Sweeter Than the Day Before Barnes, JJ — Real Humdinger Charades — Key to My Happiness Woods, Billy — Let Me Make You Happy Smith, Otis — Let Her Go Local DJ Russ Winstanley and Wigan Casino manager Mike Walker approached lease owner Gerry Marshall to run all-nighters.
Walker brought Winstanley, who had a DJ set at the local rugby club, to the Casino Club. After Winstanley and his helper Ian Fishwick, Kev Roberts was the third DJ at Casino all-nighters, who was quickly joined by Richard Searling  Soul performers that performed there include Jackie Wilson , Edwin Starr and Junior Walker.
Young people from all over the UK regularly attended Wigan Casino to hear the latest northern soul artists and to dance. There were long queues to get in.
All-nighters generally ended with three songs that became known as the '3 before 8': "Time Will Pass You By" by Tobi Legend , "Long After Tonight Is All Over" by Jimmy Radcliffe , and " I'm on My Way " by Dean Parrish.
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Pitching To The Skinny Subscribe to The Skinny! A brief history of Wigan Casino The first of a new series taking a cheeky look at the most influential clubs throughout the ages.
Where better to start than Wigan Casino? Russ Winstanley and Dave Nowell wrote a history of the club, Soul Survivors, The Wigan Casino Story , which was published in A stage play by Mick Martin about the Wigan Casino years, Once upon a time in Wigan , debuted in February at the Contact Theatre in Manchester, and has since toured nationally.
Wigan Casino was the name of the last incarnation of a Wigan ballroom called the Empress. Local DJ Russ Winstanley and Wigan Casino manager Mike Walker approached lease owner Gerry Marshall to run all-nighters.
Walker brought Winstanley, who had a DJ set at the local rugby club, to the Casino Club.