Alf I.Veber Loves The Kinks In Norwegian price-winning author Jan Kjærstad's last novel "TheKingofEurope" themaincaracter Alf I. Veber is a passionatedkinks-lover: "In Alf's ears the last albums, Face to face, Something Else and The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, where revelations of the same inscrutible nature as the Holy Trinity."(The King of Europe, p.52)
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David Watts with brassline
On the 25th.october "David Watts" played a great concert on the pub "Per på hjørnet" Oslo, Norway. During the night they where joined by a brassline of three. The music of The Kinks was put into new dimensions. You can have a look on the pictures here. (also a video and some soundtracks) kaa 07.11.05
You can get an exclusive clip about the making of Ray Davies's forthcoming album "Other Peoples Lives" by clicking here.
is proud to announce that the director of the movie from last years convention Tom Visscher has asked us to give a helping hand on getting the movie out to the Kinks fans around the world. kaa /at 29.09.05
HERE IT IS: "THE MOVIE" a film from The Official Kinks Fan Club Convention 2004.
THE KAST OFF KINKS THE KINKY2 PETE WATKINS BILL ORTON
THE CLISSOLD ARMS ALL STAR BAND
Director: Tom Visscher
If you have never been to The Konvention, this movie will make you rush for a ticket! Read what Henny and Herman of The Kinky2 has to say:
"..THE MOVIE..gives a very good impression of this one and only kinky London-weekend. I think of it as a unique experience. Very friendly, every year. That's why I'm glad more people can watch now, thanx to you, how things are happening on a Sunday Afternoon in November. And see for themselves what a special treat it is." go to the the movie and the interview kaa /at 29.09.05
Man, they're still rocking the place.
The Kinky2 about THE KAST OFF KINKS: "Just watch this movie and see for yourselves. Man, they're still rocking the place. It's the cream on the scone!"
John Dalton: "NEW SONGS AT THE CONVENTION" "- We hope to have two or three new songs for the convention, but we dont think about the songs we are going to do until a couple of weeks before the gig.", says John Dalton to WhyKinks.net.
So, everybody: Prepare for a spectacular sunday in november! at 29.09.05
New dawn for Sunset songwriter Reviewed by John Aizlewood, Evening Standard (29 September 2005) link to review kaa 29.09.05
Ray at Royal Albert Hall: 'a surprise the roof is still on' By the time he gets to "Days", taken a cappella like a hymn, the wonders are overwhelming. By "Waterloo Sunset", it's a surprise the roof is still on. link to the review kaa 29.09.05
KINKS CLOSE TO REUNITING? Ray:"If me and my brother sat down and played together and if we felt that any of the music that came out of that was relevant and had a reason to it, then we'd make another record. I wouldn't do it for a golden oldies tour though" look here - and here kaa 29.09.05
In The Viking-town York "Ray brought the house down" "DEDICATED followers of Ray Davies filled the Grand Opera House at York last night and witnessed something quite sensational. It was the first gig of his latest UK tour and this inspired icon of British popular music brought the house down." Review: Ray Davies, Grand Opera House, York by Jon Butler link to the review kaa 27.09.05
"The hidden side of Mr. Davies" interview with Ray Davies on icWales. "'I think the reason is that we were the original DIY rock 'n' roll band. With the greatest respect to The Beatles and the Rolling Stones, The Kinks made it by being a ragamuffin outfit." link to the interview kaa 25.09.05
It's up to you: "He never will forget at all The day he played at the Albert Hall." Take your friends with you, make your friends take pictures of each other, outside or inside the Royal Albert Hall, and send it to and we will get you on the air. And be sure that all of your friends are there, and of course all of their friends too.