NOVEMBER 1995, seventies sentiment and Shang-a-Lang nostalgia made a welcome return to Bradford as the Bay City Rollers played the Queen's Hall Cellar Bar, Bradford.
The Scottish lads who conquered thousands of teenage hearts in the 70s, played a great set, giving the audience a night to remember.
November 1995: Bay City Rollers-Queen's Hall, Bradford.
Many of the concert goers may have also remembered their 1992 visit, where they played a sell-out gig at Bradford’s Maestro nightclub, Manningham Lane.
1992: Bay City Rollers playing the Maestro nightclub.
Waving their tartan scarves in the air, the audience sang along to pop favourites Give A Little Love and Bye Bye Baby.
A fantastic party night was had by all and many people went home knowing they had relived their teenage dreams.
RARELY mentioned today, but by 1975, the Bay City Rollers had become a huge success unleashing a torrent of teen screaming known as "Rollermania."
Are you a Bay City Rollers fan. Did you ever partake in Rollermania?
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