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Celebrating the past, present and future of the legendary Welsh rock band MAN

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Recent/Current Gigs:

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wales flag 13/12/2014 - 2014 Micky Jones Memorial Concert, Son of MAN and many more guests at The Garage Music Venue, Uplands in Swansea.
 
wales flag 23/1/2015 - The Evolution of Man 1965-2014 - Acid Rock from Wales, Exhibition of Man memorabilia from the collection of John Bannon at The Museum (until 21/03/2014) in Swansea.
 
wales flag 23/1/2015 - Son of MAN at The Scene in Swansea.
 
england flag 22/2/2015 - Man at The Half Moon, Putney in London.
 
germany flag 10/4/2015 - Man at Downtown Blues Club in Hamburg.
 
germany flag 11/4/2015 - Man at Blues Garage in Hannover.
 
germany flag 16/4/2015 - Man at Steinbruch in Duisburg.
 
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Celebrating the past, present and future of the legendary Welsh rock band Man who, this week are: Martin Ace, Phil Ryan, James Beck, Josh Ace and René Robrahn.

With roots firmly planted in the fertile ground of the South Wales rock scene, Man were formed in 1968 and, pausing for a brief intake of breath in the late 1970's, continue as a recording and gigging band to this day.

Man's forthcoming album, 'Reanimated Memories', is expected from Esoteric Antenna in February 2015, followed almost immediately by re-mastered and extended editions of Deke Leonard's first two albums, 'Iceberg' and 'Kamikaze'. Not that Deke's been resting on his laurels, as the third volume of his autobiography, 'Maximum Darkness' was published by Northdown in December 2013.

Along the way many have swung their kit bags on board, leapt into their hammocks and joined the ship's crew. Some have stayed, while some have left and several have done both. Repeatedly. This site contains many articles on the band's history, memorabilia, recorded works and those of the various friends and relations whose paths have been crossed at some point. It's a work in progress and perhaps, now the Forth Bridge has at last received a decent lick of paint, one of the few remaining continuous labours.

For the latest Manband news, mixed in with all the scurrilous gossip, rumour and general tom-foolery, please do come and join us on the Manband Forum (see the Forum link in the left menu).

While the band continues, some elements of its past can never be repeated. RIP: Ray Williams; John Cipollina; Micky Jones; Clive John; Vyvyan Morris, Ken Whaley. Never forgotten.

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