Famous band from 60s marks reforming with memory lane publicity shoot at Multiflight
British band The Applejacks visited Multiflight today to replicate a publicity shot from years ago to mark reforming.
Back in 1990 The Applejacks visited Leeds Bradford Airport to have a publicity shot taken in front of a plane. Today the newly-reformed band visited Multiflight on the South Side of Leeds Bradford Airport to replicate the early picture.
“You’ve made us all very happy here today and given us a day to remember and treasure,” said lead vocalist Stuart Jackson.
Stuart contacted Multiflight to say he was reforming the band with a view to doing charity shows. He has done much fundraising in the past for Leeds General Infirmary, Yorkshire Air Ambulance and more.
Stuart visited Multiflight with bass player and entertainment agent Tony Barry, guitarist and former member of Freddie and The Dreamers Eamonn Carr and drummer Nigel Wood.
The four band members are now going to be rehearsing and getting a show ready to perform.
It was lovely having the band and their partners at Multiflight – they were so very thrilled to replicate the 1990 picture, which you can see here, together with some of the pictures from today.
The Applejacks reached the Top 10 of the UK Singles Chart and the band is perhaps best known for first single “Tell Me When”. After the group met the Beatles, John Lennon and Paul McCartney provided The Applejacks with a second single – “Like Dreamers Do”. “Three Little Words (I Love You)” was another hit.
If you want to find out more about the band, or make a booking, contact Eamonn Carr on 07873 322152.
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