Ronnie Gernarder playing Grimshaw Revelation 1933

5 comments

  1. back then niether
    Gibson, Fender, or any of main
    Makes we know of
    existed then
    Because
    Of the import controls that
    Were in force.
    But these axes got used by
    Bruce of the shadows

    Also
    Joe brown.
    Eric ford
    Bert Weedon
    Alan Caddy (The Tornadoes)
    Ken Street (Emile Ford and The
    Checkmates)
    Chas Macdavit
    Ivor Marants

    And others

  2. back then niether
    Gibson, Fender, or any of main
    Makes we know of
    existed then
    Because
    Of the import controls that
    Were in force.
    But these axes got used by
    Bruce of the shadows

    Also
    Joe brown.
    Eric ford
    Bert Weedon
    Alan Caddy (The Tornadoes)
    Ken Street (Emile Ford and The
    Checkmates)
    Chas Macdavit
    Ivor Marants

    And others

  3. back then niether
    Gibson, Fender, or any of main
    Makes we know of
    existed then
    Because
    Of the import controls that
    Were in force.
    But these axes got used by
    Bruce of the shadows

    Also
    Joe brown.
    Eric ford
    Bert Weedon
    Alan Caddy (The Tornadoes)
    Ken Street (Emile Ford and The
    Checkmates)
    Chas Macdavit
    Ivor Marants

    And others

  4. Errr… try to get yer rappers or Winehouse copyists to put on a show like that!!! Not to mention – who, today, could afford to put a band that size on the road?

    Watch and weep for extravagances such as well never see again!

    Ah, well… back to introspective Indie-Rock …

  5. Thank you for this posting! My Great Uncle was Ronnie Genarder (stage name). His actual name was John Gardner. My brother and I here in Canada, along with my dad (“Ronnie”‘s nephew), thanks to the Internet, have tracked down some of his videos when he played with the Nitwits. Interesting…especially since my son(age 6) is interested in starting guitar lessons.

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