Contacts and Links

Web Site and Mailing Lists

This site is written and administered by Keith and Monika Domone of

The International Barclay James Harvest Fan Club
Hamble Reach
Oslands Lane
Lower Swanwick
Southampton
SO31 7EG
UK

Tel: 01489 572787
Fax: 0870 915 6409

e-mail: ibjhfc@bjharvest.co.uk


Mailing lists provided by Yahoogroups: (for more info, see the Mailing Lists page.


Management

John Lees and Woolly Wolstenholme

Mark Powell
Esoteric Arts Ltd.
Building Three
Chiswick Business Park
566 Chiswick High Road
London
W4 5YA

e-mail: jlwwbjh@aol.com
Contact: Mark Powell


Concert Bookings

John Lees' Barclay James Harvest, Woolly Wolstenholme's Mæstoso

Mark Powell
Esoteric Arts Ltd.
Building Three
Chiswick Business Park
566 Chiswick High Road
London
W4 5YA

e-mail: jlwwbjh@aol.com
Contact: Mark Powell


Other Web Sites

John Lees' Barclay James Harvest:

JLBJH MySpace site, with exclusive audio and video clips: www.myspace.com/jlbjh


Barclay James Harvest:

Barclay James Harvest web site, 1967 to 1997: www.bjharvest.co.uk

Barclay James Harvest MySpace site: www.myspace.com/barclayjamesharvest


Woolly Wolstenholme:

Woolly Wolstenholme and Mæstoso web site: www.woollywolstenholme.co.uk

Woolly Wolstenholme MySpace site:
www.myspace.com/woollywolstenholmesmaestoso


Radio Stations:

Link to Planet Rock radio station    www.planetrock.com

Planet Rock is a UK-based national digital radio station that is dedicated to playing nothing but classic rock music. Presenters include Alice Cooper, Gary Moore and Rick Wakeman. Planet Rock access all areas of rock’s aristocracy with interviews and concerts as well as special features. They reach over 428,000 listeners each week and can be heard by via DAB digital radio, Sky channel 0110, Cable channel 924 and at www.planetrock.com.


Radio Caroline logo    www.radiocaroline.co.uk

A long-time supporter of BJH and other classic rock, the one-time pirate radio station is still going strong on the web and on digital satellite.


The Rock Doctor: http://www.therockdoctor.co.uk/

Mainly 60s and 70s album rock, including BJH, of course!



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