The Merseybeats official Fan Club
Fan Club Social News for June
Internet Fan Club Members:
Rose, Ken, Mairi, Rob, Donna, Nadia, Sandy, Trish, Robert, Patricia, Edith, Maureen, David, Maureen, Victoria, Betty, Alec, Lou, Jane, Janet, David, Norman, Mike, Terry, Sam, John, Diane, Mike, Dave, Rosamund, Mick, Marian, Davida, Sarah, Cara, Catherine, Janice, Mo, June, Ron, Jeanne, Peter, Angela, Valerie, Linda, Dave, Nicky, Pauline, Lin, Paul, Joanne, Dave C. Karen, George, Barbara, Sue, Rachael, Steve, Bernard, Ros, James, Mary, Joanne, Bob, Michael, Jari, Sue, Beryl, Kerry, Sally, Maureen, Sheila, Betty, Wendy, Marion, David, Axel, Jon
Hello, I’m Jenny
Welcome to The Merseybeats NEW Internet Fan Centre.
In 2011 The Merseybeats Official Fan Club ceased, since then, understandably, devoted fans of The Merseybeats have missed the interaction the fan club brought. With Tony Crane’s full approval, we are opening up an online fan centre, club membership is your ticket to staying close to the group you love, and open to all the fans, who appreciate the music of, or have supported The Merseybeats over the years. The club will be fully operated by myself, on behalf of the group. I will hold the right, to refuse any image or material, I feel is inappropriate for our healthy website. The Merseybeats care very much about their fans, and with interest, will be watching developments on the fan page. Many artistes interact with their fans through online fan clubs, with a fee charged, with fans receiving benefits, newsletters, and discounted show tickets, backstage pass. Although, The Merseybeats fan club will be FREE, there will be no benefits available. This fan club page will be purely the hub, a central point of interest for genuine fans of The Merseybeats. We are excited to put this NEW idea into practice and have you as a member. Once registered, you can send in images, reviews, interesting stories, and archive photos would be a great one for the page! Or just be a member and share in other people’s memories. All articles received will be credited to the sender. NOTE: Your surname or email address will not be advertised on line. Sample credit: photo sent in by Jenny from Hampshire.
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