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Worleys at The Swan

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Worleys at The Swan
56 High Street
Stourport-on-Severn
Worcestershire
DY13 8BX
 


Worleys at the Swan

Worley’s is a bespoke music themed venue with a real passion towards that golden era of music, known as the 60’s! The walls are dressed with thousands of rare photos and articles from the 60’s as well as old vinyl and of course, guitars a plenty. We host live music every night of the week in the bar and it’s all completely free to come in.

Enjoy 6 Real Ales with top write ups from CAMRA, a Gin bar that hosts no fewer than 22 Gins and a selection of Artisan Tonic with a few interesting twists! You will also find a great selection of 15 Single-Malt Whiskies and Champagne.

Next-door is our own guitar shop, Worley’s Strings & Things. Stocking top brands, a repair workshop, setups, and tuition and general friendly advice.

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Worleys at The Swan

“On This Day”

1975 - Minnie Riperton went to No.1 on the US singles chart with the Stevie Wonder produced song 'Loving You' (a No.2 hit in the UK). It was the singers only US chart hit.

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On this day 2020- digging a flower bed into my lawn, cause everything's closed!

That song still gives me chills, not only the high notes, her voice was so smooth. Gone too soon....😔

Great song; great voice.

Lalalalala lalalalala lalalalala do do do doooooo ahhhhhhhh Love that song

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Happy Saturday people of the Shire.

“On This Day in Music”

1967 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience,The Walker Brothers, Engelbert Humperdink and Cat Stevens played two shows at Bournemouth Winter Gardens, England. The Jimi Hendrix Experience were also the special guests on the first edition of the UK BBC-TV's 'Dee Time', along with Kiki Dee and Cat Stevens.
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Happy Saturday people of the Shire. 

“On This Day in Music”

1967 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience,The Walker Brothers, Engelbert Humperdink and Cat Stevens played two shows at Bournemouth Winter Gardens, England. The Jimi Hendrix Experience were also the special guests on the first edition of the UK BBC-TVs Dee Time, along with Kiki Dee and Cat Stevens.

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One of my work friends, Graham Legg (now retired), went to this show and gave me his ticket stub. I told him that it was worth quite a few quid, but Graham knew how passionate I am about my music and absolutely refused to take any money for it. You're a true gent and I'm forever grateful mate.

Two days earlier, on 2nd April 1967, the tour hit the giddy heights of 'The Gaumont' at Worcester in sunny old Worcestershire. The Jimi Hendrix Experience only played four songs on this tour, and they were: 1. Hey Joe. 2. Purple Haze. 3. Like a Rolling Stone. 4. Wild Thing. Incredibly, a camera was situated on the stage that very night in Worcester to capture the Jimi Hendrix Experience performing 'Purple Haze' ... Enjoy >>>> www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDPiHLiTChw

Loved Cat Stevens..... Matthew and Son was a favourite 😊

That concert was also in Wolverhampton. At th civic I think

Stay safe and well Matt and family x

You are welcome are you still working

Didnt Didn't the Californians come from Wolverhampton im sure one of them still runs a guitar shop in Wolverhampton city centre

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“On This Day in Music”

1964 - Bob Dylan made his first appearance on the UK charts with 'The Times They Are A-Changin''. Dylan wrote the song as a deliberate attempt to create an anthem of change for the time. In January 1984, a young Steve Jobs recited the second verse of 'The Times They Are a-Changin'' in his opening of the 1984 Apple shareholders meeting, where he famously unveiled the Macintosh computer for the first time.
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