Sixties sounds fill the dance floor
"You will have to go a very long way to see a better night's entertainment of 60s music and rock n' roll than we had on Saturday night."
That was the verdict of Councillor Ian Tucker, the Mayor of Glastonbury, following the sold out musical extravaganza at the Glastonbury Town Hall.
The charity ball raised £250 for the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.
The mayor added: "There might be a few tired legs and bodies on Sunday morning, but I wouldn't mind betting they won't complain.
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"It certainly didn't stop any of them from filling the dance floor."
The event saw 60s cover-band Monopole and Beatles tribute act The Moondogs supporting headliners The Salvos.
The Salvos – playing without the now retired Eddy Dark for the first time – looked and sounded great and the faithful followers of the group were not disappointed.
This was rock n' roll at its very best, with the group as good as ever, and enjoying themselves immensely.
Mike Argent's guitar playing was brilliant, with the instrumental sounds of the Shadows quite breathtaking.
Singer SteveE blended in superbly with the vocal sounds alongside original members Brian Mapstone, Nik Ponsillo and John Lacey.
After a successful night of music, there are plans for The Moondogs to return to Glastonbury Town Hall in December.
The Salvos and Monopole will be returning to the venue in 2013.