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Dear Con and Dec 

I would just like to thank both of you for such a great concert last Sunday at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, my friend and I really enjoyed it.  I also enjoyed my little dance with Dec and thank you for the CD which is of course excellent. I am sorry to say that it is many years since I last heard you in concert, in the early 80s I think when we lived in Cheshire and before that back in the late 60s when if my memory serves me right, you were opening a shop in Liverpool, all too long ago! 

I hope that you both continue in good health, I understand that you were very poorly a while back Con, so all the best for a healthy future. 

Kind Wishes to you both and if it’s not too early have a lovely Christmas. 

Julie 

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Fantastic show in Bury St Edmund's yesterday. My mum and I enjoyed every minute. Thanks x Hazel Gough

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 The Bachelors

The greatest Trio We ever produced, for songs Thanks for the smiles.

You came in to our rooms in the 60s and 70s and lifted people's hearts up. You done the job that you were put on earth to do.well done lads you deserve every bit of success.

John Tyrone

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  ...I have hundreds of songs on my list, and my finger goes straight to your icon, and I never get tired of it!!!!  Regina Dufree  

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 My friends and I saw your show at The Viva in Blackpool last Wednesday night and were so impressed and entertained.

We were on a five day break from Cornwall.

I love your music! You have an amazing talent. Thank you for sharing!  Drew 

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We can't wait to see your show again.

Maybe you could do a mini tour of the west country??

 Cheers for now ....  Cleon.

 PS. We like playing your Our Show cd as well.

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Once again you guys were amazing! Thank you so much for last night and making my mums party an unforgettable one ???? xx  Caroline Batchelor

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 Finally got to see the lads at Blackpool with my mum. They certainly are busy.......inspirational.

Regards ..... Andrew.

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 Hi, 

Saw you at Birdwell Take 2 Theatre, Barnsley, and just thought I’d thank you for a great night. All the hits and more.  Kenneth Bruce

 

Date: 29 Apr 2013 07:57
Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website
To: <
contact@thebachelors.co.uk>
Cc:
 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:
Dear Mr Con and Dec,

It was so interesting to see all the website gallery, and family gatherings. Thank you for allowing me to feel so part of it, even though I'm a stranger to you!

I was taken to some of your shows by my aunt when
I was younger, and enjoyed them. I am approaching my 60th birthday in December, and was getting a little curious about people I'd been entertained by over the years, hence my browsing your website!

Yours was the most fascinating by far, and made me feel a part of family life I never knew as a child. It touches me to see how you have been blessed by many years of close family life. Thank you for letting me be encouraged by this. My health has deteriorated gradually over the years with arthritis, diabetic on insulin, and continue to have clinical depression now for 28 years, so being encouraged is no mean feat!! My husband and I have been blessed with nearly 38 years of marriage, and he has helped me so much.

A big thanks again, and may you continue to be blessed with good things.

Sincerely,

Maggie Lovell.

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From: ROBERT ROGERS

Sent: 25 March 2012 21:05
To: con@mistral.co.uk
Subject: Saturday night at Barking

 

Great Show, hope Dec`s cough gets better.

 

I must be getting old as I first saw you life at Eastbourne about 30 years old!!

 

Hope you come back to the area again, sadly not at Barking as it would seem it will be closing down in July, still there is always the Queens at Hornchurch. Bought two CD`s, including the Irish one, well I consider myself quite an expert on Irish Music, but I have never heard `The West Awake` before, it is fantastic.

 

I also love the Green Fields of France (My Grandfather fought in the Great War, and although he survived, he lost his hearing because of the Big Guns and would never talk about the war because of the slaughter he saw of both Men and Horses), and I must admit I had heard Davey Arthur sing it live (at Barking) and thought that could not be bettered, but you have managed that.

 

Read about John Stokes on the site, well Victoria is much better looking!!

 

One disappointment on Saturday, no Sound of Silence (well you cannot sing all of your hits or we would have been there all night, no problem for the Audience, but I think Dec might not had made it, especially if you make him dance anymore)!

 

Thanks again, 

Robert

 

----Original Message-----

From: bstobytwirl04@gmail.com [mailto:bstobytwirl04@gmail.com]

Sent: 15 July 2011 21:10

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest: Hi Con, how the hell are you both after all these years, I just wanted to thank you both again for giving me one of the greatest highlights of my FORTY years ‘on the boards’, I’m sure you won’t remember me, but around 1991 at Butlin’s Southcoast World, you were finishing off that particular tour at the Manhattan showbar in Bognor, I was the dj/compere and at the end of your brill performance, you personally asked me from the stage, what my favourite Bachelor’s song was, I responded ‘I Wouldn’t Trade You For The World’and to my complete shock, you said, quote, well why don’t you come up here and sing it ‘WITH US’ unquote, BLOODY NORAH! I thought, and I did just that and believe me boys, it was one of the greatest honours bestowed upon me, I will NEVER forget that time! So as you can see, I was a Bachelor too! For one night only. I remember saying to a ‘blonde’ lady in your entourage, Hell, how did I do? and she replied, that I was too loud, was she serious? what a lovely lady! Once again, to two of the GREATEST guys I have ever worked with, Thank you both SO MUCH! I will ALWAYS carry ALL my respect to you both, I hope that you are STILL wowing your audiences and will continue to do so, for many years to come, Best wishes and fondest regards... Bryan S (ex Manhattan Showbar).

-----Original Message-----

 

 

From: bstobytwirl04@gmail.com [mailto:bstobytwirl04@gmail.com]

Sent: 15 July 2011 21:10

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest: Hi Con, how the hell are you both after all these years, I just wanted to thank you both again for giving me one of the greatest highlights of my FORTY years ‘on the boards’, I’m sure you won’t remember me, but around 1991 at Butlin’s Southcoast World, you were finishing off that particular tour at the Manhattan showbar in Bognor, I was the dj/compere and at the end of your brill performance, you personally asked me from the stage, what my favourite Bachelor’s song was, I responded ‘I Wouldn’t Trade You For The World’and to my complete shock, you said, quote, well why don’t you come up here and sing it ‘WITH US’ unquote, BLOODY NORAH! I thought, and I did just that and believe me boys, it was one of the greatest honours bestowed upon me, I will NEVER forget that time! So as you can see, I was a Bachelor too! For one night only. I remember saying to a ‘blonde’ lady in your entourage, Hell, how did I do? and she replied, that I was too loud, was she serious? what a lovely lady! Once again, to two of the GREATEST guys I have ever worked with, Thank you both SO MUCH! I will ALWAYS carry ALL my respect to you both, I hope that you are STILL wowing your audiences and will continue to do so, for many years to come, Best wishes and fondest regards... Bryan S (ex Manhattan Showbar).>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

 

 

----Original Message-----

From: Sean De Cleir [mailto:seandecleir@eircom.net]

Sent: 08 November 2010 21:36

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject:

Hi Con,

Congratulations on a superb show in NCH last Thursday. I was sorry not to be able to wait and meet ye after the show, but I was under pressure to make another appointment and had to run. I spoke to Bert Cotter at the interval. Congrats to Dec and Vicky also for a super evening. It brought back many happy memories for me of years gone by. I remember ye were performing in the Pavilion (I think) in Dundalk and Noel and myself and a gang from Inchicore travelled up to see ye. The hall was packed and warm and I collapsed in the crowd and the Inchicore gang had to carry me out on their shoulders. They thought I had swooned like the kids were doing at Beatle Shows, but the truth was I was coming down with the flu! On Thursday it was pity ye di0 not get to sing Gortnamona as you do a terrific interpretation of that one. Incidentally years ago on a compilation album you did "Low the Valley and High the Mountain" to the tune of Kerry Dances. To me it was a great number and actually at weddings of nieces and nephews I get to sing it (Not as good as The Bachelors), but it suits the occasion. Anyway, Con, it was great to see you and Dec back on the auld sod bringing the house down still after all those years. Delighted to see you are both well and as talented as ye ever were. Best regards.

Sean Clear 

-----Original Message-----

From: Toni & Stephen Downs [mailto:handsdownprod@optonline.net]

Sent: 06 November 2010 18:38

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors

Hi Con,

I am not reporting to reporting bogus Bachelors; I happened to stumble on the webpage "JohnStokesTheTruth" while doing research for a book my wife Toni and I are writing on another infamous trial. It was very interesting reading the preamble bio on you and Dec, especially the cold winter of your discontent. I shared many of those lean meals with you -- although I remember them as curried rice and sausages heisted from a machine. I also remember that cold morning when you were in bed keeping warm with newspapers between the covers when the phone rang and someone from the Melody Maker told you that your single had entered the charts. Anyway, I hope you are well and happy. My memories of you are fond ones and I posted photos of us on our webpage.

Good wishes,

Stephen Downs aka Steve Perry

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Just to let you know thoroughly enjoyed the show on

Thursday last -- I don't need to tell you that the entire audience did also! Any time I have been at the Concert Hall recently, I have never seen it fully booked until your show -- it takes the 'grey brigade' to turn out for something worth attending!!

You never told me about that lovely daughter! She is a stunner, and also has a fabulous voice -- she must be related to you two somehow!!! Please tell me her name, as she will repay watching in the future!

My only complaint was that you did not sing the Unicorn song, but now I have it on the CD so I can listen at home, though not quite the same thing.

I was hoping to have a chat with you, but there were so many people looking for autographs that all I could do was join the queue.

Nice that we got a snatch of the harmonica in memory of old times.

Once again, congratulations, and thanks for a first class show -- my feet were twitching under mu seat when you did the Twist, and if I had been near the aisle I would have joined in!!

All the best,

Mabel Gargan

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Hi Con,

Enda Cullen writing with a special request from Dublin. I'm looking forward to your Dublin concert in the NCH later this week and I'm conscious that I've left this very late so please forgive me!

By means of background, my mother is Bella Cullen. She is 84 this year and she wouldn't like me telling you that! She is a fan of The Bachelors for almost as long as I am alive! When I saw the concert advertised I just had to book it for her. She hasn't stopped talking about it since! Bella actually recalls you as a kid coming into her in Byrne's butchers shop in Chatham Street. You were apparently getting meat and sausages for your mom or aunt I think?

I don't know if there is any possibility for a quick meet and greet or a photo with you and Dec or maybe even a dedication of a song? I just know that it would mean so much to her. In any event, I'm certain that she is going to love your singing and playing Thursday evening.

Break a leg etc!

Warm regards

Enda

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Dear Con

This Thursday I'm taking my mother back to Dublin with my two sisters. She grew up there in the 1930's and hasn't been back for 15 years - she's 79 and we want her to see her childhood home while she can still get around. She's always been a great fan of the Bachelors - recently when I played a Youtube file of you singing 'I believe' she cried buckets - so when I saw you were playing in Dublin this Thursday I got some tickets. I saw these mentioned just two people and I thought there were three so I looked this up on your website.

I got your email address from your website on the page dealing with John Stokes - and the reason that I'm emailing you is could you please give a big Irish welcome to my mum, Cynthia Caplan who has come over from Manchester - it will make her day.

If you do, I'll go round to John Stokes house (assuming it's still in Warren Drive, Hale Barns where some friends lived near to him several years ago) and throw eggs at his door. I read the section on him and it's disgusting... though I'm not sure how it can be stopped. But if I see any evidence I promise I will let you know.

I'm really looking forward to Thursday.

Kind regards

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Hi Con,

Thank YOU and please pass on my thanks to Dec, Victoria and your crew for putting on a fantastic show last Friday evening.

Many who were there have come in to the Centre over the weekend to tell me what a great night it was and todays Over 50's Club is buzzing!

It was a pleasure and honour meeting you,

Regards,

Steve

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 09 August 2010 20:55

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors

Hi

We have just spent three days at a Warners Hotel - NIDD HALL - in Yorkshire, 200 miles from where we live, which we had booked especially because we had thought that we would be seeing The Bachelors as we knew them in the '60's and onwards (but older, of course) - i.e. Con and Dec especially, plus John Stokes.

We did, at the time, wonder why the show was advertised as John Stokes Bachelors but didn't think too much about it.

We soon found out why!! As soon as they came on stage we recognised John Stokes straight away (much older, of course, and with white hair) but we also could immediately see that the lead singer in the middle of the trio was definitely not an older Con Cluskey; and the little guy on the right playing the other guitar was definitely not an older Dec!

We enjoyed the show because, after all, they were playing all the great Bachelors songs and the lead singer did have a good voice but we, nevertheless, felt cheated as we were not seeing Con and Dec, who really are the Bachelors. We chose, for that reason, to not buy any CD's or DVD's after the show. Our dining neighbour, though, over breakfast, told us that she had purchased both, having not realised that the lead singer was not Con. When we told her what we had read on your website after the show, she expressed her annoyance, felt she too had been cheated, and wished she hadn't purchased the discs.Hopefully we will see the real Bachelors before too long; until then,

Regards to you both

Val and Derek Phipps

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 13 September 2009 6:48

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Sat at Hoburne

Just to say many sincere thanks to Dec Con & Victoria for the lovely way you mentioned Mum for her birthday last night. She may be 85 and frail now but she loved every minute. Heres hoping she will be still with us and well enough to see you in Ferndown next year in May.

Again cheers guys...you are all something special

Michael

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Sent: 21 April 2009 17:35

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: enjoyed your concert

Hi Con & Dec,

Hope you and your Families are well enjoyed meeting you at the asturias venue in costa blanca,i will treasure the photo for ever,im now back in bridlington waiting for the sunshine .ive still got your autograph from the 1960s when my late parents would travel all over to the english seaside resorts to see you in the theatres,even in my then home town in west yorkshire we were close to the batley variety club.i do hope you perform at the spa in bridlington or even scarbourgh.if not will have to play my cd of your music.ive sent the photo to yours magazine the current issue of meeting place they have published it.

Regards sylvia

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19 July 2008

THE BACHELORS WERE HERE

Wow... we had the Bachelors in the studio for a chat about their work and the new CD that hits the shops on Monday.

Brothers Dec & Con Cluskey make up the BACHELORS, these guys had 18 hit records in the UK charts throughout the 60's and sold millions of records around the world.

In 1964, the Bachelors had more records in the top ten than the Beatles. They were in the charts for an amazing 77 weeks compared to the Beatles with 50 weeks....

posted by the mike mendoza show @ 8:22 AM

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 18 January 2009 8:20

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

Hi Con

We met a few years ago at a Golf Celeb do at the Oliva Nova Hotel in the Costa Blanca. Hope you are well, I am in the food business.

I was just reading the local paper and see that you are going to perform in Spain, the website just says Mar Menor and Parador (a chain of hotels). Do you have any more details as to the venues as I would like to bring my wife (Australian) to see you guys perform

As a matter of interest she did not have a great image of the Bachelors but I believe I know why. I was reading your statements re. John Stokes (what a stressful time that must have been) and note that he has been performing in Oz over the years as the Bachelors and, of course, is nothing like the Cluskeys original sound. I want her to see the real thing, I bought a CD recently to illustrate my point, she said it was a different group entirely.

Take care and hope your health is holding up, as we get older that is the most important thing,

I see frost outside this morning, we live in Javea, I thought global warming was coming not global cooling.

Take care Con

David Franks

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Date: 13/10/2008 16:36:13

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Just to say what a brilliant night we had at Penketh Tavern, Warrington on Saturday.

An absolutely brilliant show from start to finish !

Regards

Alan

Date: 09/17/08 22:43:07

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors..

Dear Con and Dec,

How I so wish I`d done my homework before booking to see who we thought were going to be yourselves last night in Blackpool. As a birthday surprise for my mum I booked us a night in a hotel (we drove up from Leicestershire during the day) and were so excited at the prospect of seeing you both again. I`d even managed to get second row seats (now I know why!!) and when we realised we`d been duped we were in tears. At the interval we decided not to sit through anymore of the poor imitation of our idols and left the theatre with quite a few other clearly upset fans.

We met you many years ago in our home town of Loughborough at the Town hall where you kindly spent time with us after a fantastic performance.

Please let me know if you have any performance dates planned in the UK, mum is now in her seventies and I`d love for her to see you just one more time.

God bless you and your families,

Ms Tina Cooper and mum Janet.

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Date: 19/09/2008 11:03:00

To: con@mistral.co.uk; bachelors.condec@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say:

Hi to you both! I am a forty-something lawyer living in Oxford and the other day on a Radio 2 quiz I heard ‘The Bachelors’ being mentioned. It immediately took me back to my childhood when I was completely mad about your Group. So I have now dug out my old LPs, purchased some new CDs and bought myself a ‘record player’ (how I’ve missed having one of these!) and am once again enjoying your music. I have also now introduced your sound to my four children! I was a huge fan as a youngster, owning many of your World of… and Best of…LPs which I listened to constantly, poring over the album covers (as you do when you’re young). I even used to dream about meeting you one day and being asked to join your Group! And then one day when I was about 16, I was walking with my family in Brighton (I think it was) and suddenly I realized that the guys walking towards me were you both! It brought all those memories flooding back but I’m sad to say I never said a word as you passed (being too British!). Well, I am writing now just to thank you for all the great music you brought into my life, particularly as a child. I have very fond memories of sitting on my Grandma’s knee and singing ‘Cecilia’ to her (her favourite as she was called Cicely) and your versions of ‘Well Respected Man’ and ‘Elusive Butterfly’ have always been absolute favourites of mine. In fact, because I heard your versions of many songs you have done before hearing other artists’ versions, your versions will always to me be the versions. So there you are! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I wish you all the very best and hope one day to catch you live.All best wishes

 

Date: 04/20/07 13:36:58

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Lydon's Restaurant Photos

Hi Con, Dec, Victoria and all the band,

just to let you know that the photographs of your performance at Lydons Restaurant in Wimbledon Village, appear in this weeks Irish World newspaper Issue 1050 20th April 2007.

REGARDING BOOKINGS

The club I do various work for are STRONGLY interested in booking your goodselves. (We don't want fake cowboy Bachelor wannabees!!!) Can you please advise me the best way for our music bookings manager to contact you regarding securing your services.

Wishing you all the best,

John Carabine

Photographer Irish World

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 11 August 2008 21:32

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject:

Is this the real one and only Con Cluskey? My goodness!!

Well my name is Jen, and I have been a fan of the Bachelors since I was a very small girl. I remember seeing you all at a charity Molten bike ride thing in Great Yarmouth area many years ago and crying because I managed to get the autograph of the love of my life, Con..so I hope this is truly you here on this email.I am honoured.

All through my teenage years and my marriage and the upbringing of my 7 children, you remained my true heart throb. I left England in 91 to live in Australia but am back home now in London. I went to see The Bachelors in Australia and was most disappointed to see only John Stokes + 2 and not you. I dragged my youngest daughter with me and she now at 19 is happy to listen and sing along to your songs. She thinks I am a tragically nutty Mum, but I love you still.

I just bought a copy of the new cd and love it..I have a cd in Aus and had started to irritate my young grandchildren with it before I left.

Well Done and I hope one day to see you sing.

xxxx jen simpson

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 08 August 2008 11:12

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Hi there,

I have just bought the CD, the very best of the bachelors. I have enjoyed listening to it and remembering where I first saw them. Not sure of the year but must have been about 47 years ago. The venue was the Webster Memorial Hall in Arbroath, Scotland and it was a summer show. They were called 'The Three Harmonicords' at that time. The rest of bill was great also. Patrick O'Hagan, Jackie Fearn, Elaine and Derek, Hal Roach, Steve Perry and John Mulvaney. I remember saying to my husband these lads, the Harmonicords, will go far.

Thank you for the music lads

Maisie Johnston

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-----Original Message-----

From: lynne hayes [mailto:lynne.hayes2@btinternet.com]

Sent: 03 August 2008 14:51

To: dec cluskey; Con Cluskey

Subject: Album Sold Out!

Date: 19/09/2008 11:03:00

To: con@mistral.co.uk; bachelors.condec@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say:

Hi to you both! I am a forty-something lawyer living in Oxford and the other day on a Radio 2 quiz I heard ‘The Bachelors’ being mentioned. It immediately took me back to my childhood when I was completely mad about your Group. So I have now dug out my old LPs, purchased some new CDs and bought myself a ‘record player’ (how I’ve missed having one of these!) and am once again enjoying your music. I have also now introduced your sound to my four children! I was a huge fan as a youngster, owning many of your World of… and Best of…LPs which I listened to constantly, poring over the album covers (as you do when you’re young). I even used to dream about meeting you one day and being asked to join your Group! And then one day when I was about 16, I was walking with my family in Brighton (I think it was) and suddenly I realized that the guys walking towards me were you both! It brought all those memories flooding back but I’m sad to say I never said a word as you passed (being too British!). Well, I am writing now just to thank you for all the great music you brought into my life, particularly as a child. I have very fond memories of sitting on my Grandma’s knee and singing ‘Cecilia’ to her (her favourite as she was called Cicely) and your versions of ‘Well Respected Man’ and ‘Elusive Butterfly’ have always been absolute favourites of mine. In fact, because I heard your versions of many songs you have done before hearing other artists’ versions, your versions will always to me be the versions. So there you are! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I wish you all the very best and hope one day to catch you live.All best wishes

 

Date: 04/20/07 13:36:58

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Lydon's Restaurant Photos

Hi Con, Dec, Victoria and all the band,

just to let you know that the photographs of your performance at Lydons Restaurant in Wimbledon Village, appear in this weeks Irish World newspaper Issue 1050 20th April 2007.

REGARDING BOOKINGS

The club I do various work for are STRONGLY interested in booking your goodselves. (We don't want fake cowboy Bachelor wannabees!!!) Can you please advise me the best way for our music bookings manager to contact you regarding securing your services.

Wishing you all the best,

John Carabine

Photographer Irish World

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 11 August 2008 21:32

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject:

Is this the real one and only Con Cluskey? My goodness!!

Well my name is Jen, and I have been a fan of the Bachelors since I was a very small girl. I remember seeing you all at a charity Molten bike ride thing in Great Yarmouth area many years ago and crying because I managed to get the autograph of the love of my life, Con..so I hope this is truly you here on this email.I am honoured.

All through my teenage years and my marriage and the upbringing of my 7 children, you remained my true heart throb. I left England in 91 to live in Australia but am back home now in London. I went to see The Bachelors in Australia and was most disappointed to see only John Stokes + 2 and not you. I dragged my youngest daughter with me and she now at 19 is happy to listen and sing along to your songs. She thinks I am a tragically nutty Mum, but I love you still.

I just bought a copy of the new cd and love it..I have a cd in Aus and had started to irritate my young grandchildren with it before I left.

Well Done and I hope one day to see you sing.

xxxx jen simpson

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 08 August 2008 11:12

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Hi there,

I have just bought the CD, the very best of the bachelors. I have enjoyed listening to it and remembering where I first saw them. Not sure of the year but must have been about 47 years ago. The venue was the Webster Memorial Hall in Arbroath, Scotland and it was a summer show. They were called 'The Three Harmonicords' at that time. The rest of bill was great also. Patrick O'Hagan, Jackie Fearn, Elaine and Derek, Hal Roach, Steve Perry and John Mulvaney. I remember saying to my husband these lads, the Harmonicords, will go far.

Thank you for the music lads

Maisie Johnston

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-----Original Message-----

From: lynne hayes [mailto:lynne.hayes2@btinternet.com]

Sent: 03 August 2008 14:51

To: dec cluskey; Con Cluskey

Subject: Album Sold Out!

 

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 09 August 2010 20:55

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors

Hi

We have just spent three days at a Warners Hotel - NIDD HALL - in Yorkshire, 200 miles from where we live, which we had booked especially because we had thought that we would be seeing The Bachelors as we knew them in the '60's and onwards (but older, of course) - i.e. Con and Dec especially, plus John Stokes.

We did, at the time, wonder why the show was advertised as John Stokes Bachelors but didn't think too much about it.

We soon found out why!! As soon as they came on stage we recognised John Stokes straight away (much older, of course, and with white hair) but we also could immediately see that the lead singer in the middle of the trio was definitely not an older Con Cluskey; and the little guy on the right playing the other guitar was definitely not an older Dec!

We enjoyed the show because, after all, they were playing all the great Bachelors songs and the lead singer did have a good voice but we, nevertheless, felt cheated as we were not seeing Con and Dec, who really are the Bachelors. We chose, for that reason, to not buy any CD's or DVD's after the show. Our dining neighbour, though, over breakfast, told us that she had purchased both, having not realised that the lead singer was not Con. When we told her what we had read on your website after the show, she expressed her annoyance, felt she too had been cheated, and wished she hadn't purchased the discs.Hopefully we will see the real Bachelors before too long; until then,

Regards to you both

Val and Derek Phipps

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 13 September 2009 6:48

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Sat at Hoburne

Just to say many sincere thanks to Dec Con & Victoria for the lovely way you mentioned Mum for her birthday last night. She may be 85 and frail now but she loved every minute. Heres hoping she will be still with us and well enough to see you in Ferndown next year in May.

Again cheers guys...you are all something special

Michael

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Sent: 21 April 2009 17:35

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: enjoyed your concert

Hi Con & Dec,

Hope you and your Families are well enjoyed meeting you at the asturias venue in costa blanca,i will treasure the photo for ever,im now back in bridlington waiting for the sunshine .ive still got your autograph from the 1960s when my late parents would travel all over to the english seaside resorts to see you in the theatres,even in my then home town in west yorkshire we were close to the batley variety club.i do hope you perform at the spa in bridlington or even scarbourgh.if not will have to play my cd of your music.ive sent the photo to yours magazine the current issue of meeting place they have published it.

Regards sylvia

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19 July 2008

THE BACHELORS WERE HERE

Wow... we had the Bachelors in the studio for a chat about their work and the new CD that hits the shops on Monday.

Brothers Dec & Con Cluskey make up the BACHELORS, these guys had 18 hit records in the UK charts throughout the 60's and sold millions of records around the world.

In 1964, the Bachelors had more records in the top ten than the Beatles. They were in the charts for an amazing 77 weeks compared to the Beatles with 50 weeks....

posted by the mike mendoza show @ 8:22 AM

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 18 January 2009 8:20

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

Hi Con

We met a few years ago at a Golf Celeb do at the Oliva Nova Hotel in the Costa Blanca. Hope you are well, I am in the food business.

I was just reading the local paper and see that you are going to perform in Spain, the website just says Mar Menor and Parador (a chain of hotels). Do you have any more details as to the venues as I would like to bring my wife (Australian) to see you guys perform

As a matter of interest she did not have a great image of the Bachelors but I believe I know why. I was reading your statements re. John Stokes (what a stressful time that must have been) and note that he has been performing in Oz over the years as the Bachelors and, of course, is nothing like the Cluskeys original sound. I want her to see the real thing, I bought a CD recently to illustrate my point, she said it was a different group entirely.

Take care and hope your health is holding up, as we get older that is the most important thing,

I see frost outside this morning, we live in Javea, I thought global warming was coming not global cooling.

Take care Con

David Franks

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Date: 13/10/2008 16:36:13

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Just to say what a brilliant night we had at Penketh Tavern, Warrington on Saturday.

An absolutely brilliant show from start to finish !

Regards

Alan

Date: 09/17/08 22:43:07

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors..

Dear Con and Dec,

How I so wish I`d done my homework before booking to see who we thought were going to be yourselves last night in Blackpool. As a birthday surprise for my mum I booked us a night in a hotel (we drove up from Leicestershire during the day) and were so excited at the prospect of seeing you both again. I`d even managed to get second row seats (now I know why!!) and when we realised we`d been duped we were in tears. At the interval we decided not to sit through anymore of the poor imitation of our idols and left the theatre with quite a few other clearly upset fans.

We met you many years ago in our home town of Loughborough at the Town hall where you kindly spent time with us after a fantastic performance.

Please let me know if you have any performance dates planned in the UK, mum is now in her seventies and I`d love for her to see you just one more time.

God bless you and your families,

Ms Tina Cooper and mum Janet.

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Date: 19/09/2008 11:03:00

To: con@mistral.co.uk; bachelors.condec@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say:

Hi to you both! I am a forty-something lawyer living in Oxford and the other day on a Radio 2 quiz I heard ‘The Bachelors’ being mentioned. It immediately took me back to my childhood when I was completely mad about your Group. So I have now dug out my old LPs, purchased some new CDs and bought myself a ‘record player’ (how I’ve missed having one of these!) and am once again enjoying your music. I have also now introduced your sound to my four children! I was a huge fan as a youngster, owning many of your World of… and Best of…LPs which I listened to constantly, poring over the album covers (as you do when you’re young). I even used to dream about meeting you one day and being asked to join your Group! And then one day when I was about 16, I was walking with my family in Brighton (I think it was) and suddenly I realized that the guys walking towards me were you both! It brought all those memories flooding back but I’m sad to say I never said a word as you passed (being too British!). Well, I am writing now just to thank you for all the great music you brought into my life, particularly as a child. I have very fond memories of sitting on my Grandma’s knee and singing ‘Cecilia’ to her (her favourite as she was called Cicely) and your versions of ‘Well Respected Man’ and ‘Elusive Butterfly’ have always been absolute favourites of mine. In fact, because I heard your versions of many songs you have done before hearing other artists’ versions, your versions will always to me be the versions. So there you are! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I wish you all the very best and hope one day to catch you live.All best wishes

 

Date: 04/20/07 13:36:58

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Lydon's Restaurant Photos

Hi Con, Dec, Victoria and all the band,

just to let you know that the photographs of your performance at Lydons Restaurant in Wimbledon Village, appear in this weeks Irish World newspaper Issue 1050 20th April 2007.

REGARDING BOOKINGS

The club I do various work for are STRONGLY interested in booking your goodselves. (We don't want fake cowboy Bachelor wannabees!!!) Can you please advise me the best way for our music bookings manager to contact you regarding securing your services.

Wishing you all the best,

John Carabine

Photographer Irish World

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 11 August 2008 21:32

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject:

Is this the real one and only Con Cluskey? My goodness!!

Well my name is Jen, and I have been a fan of the Bachelors since I was a very small girl. I remember seeing you all at a charity Molten bike ride thing in Great Yarmouth area many years ago and crying because I managed to get the autograph of the love of my life, Con..so I hope this is truly you here on this email.I am honoured.

All through my teenage years and my marriage and the upbringing of my 7 children, you remained my true heart throb. I left England in 91 to live in Australia but am back home now in London. I went to see The Bachelors in Australia and was most disappointed to see only John Stokes + 2 and not you. I dragged my youngest daughter with me and she now at 19 is happy to listen and sing along to your songs. She thinks I am a tragically nutty Mum, but I love you still.

I just bought a copy of the new cd and love it..I have a cd in Aus and had started to irritate my young grandchildren with it before I left.

Well Done and I hope one day to see you sing.

xxxx jen simpson

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 08 August 2008 11:12

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Hi there,

I have just bought the CD, the very best of the bachelors. I have enjoyed listening to it and remembering where I first saw them. Not sure of the year but must have been about 47 years ago. The venue was the Webster Memorial Hall in Arbroath, Scotland and it was a summer show. They were called 'The Three Harmonicords' at that time. The rest of bill was great also. Patrick O'Hagan, Jackie Fearn, Elaine and Derek, Hal Roach, Steve Perry and John Mulvaney. I remember saying to my husband these lads, the Harmonicords, will go far.

Thank you for the music lads

Maisie Johnston

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

From: lynne hayes [mailto:lynne.hayes2@btinternet.com]

Sent: 03 August 2008 14:51

To: dec cluskey; Con Cluskey

Subject: Album Sold Out!

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 18 January 2009 8:20

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

Hi Con

We met a few years ago at a Golf Celeb do at the Oliva Nova Hotel in the Costa Blanca. Hope you are well, I am in the food business.

I was just reading the local paper and see that you are going to perform in Spain, the website just says Mar Menor and Parador (a chain of hotels). Do you have any more details as to the venues as I would like to bring my wife (Australian) to see you guys perform

As a matter of interest she did not have a great image of the Bachelors but I believe I know why. I was reading your statements re. John Stokes (what a stressful time that must have been) and note that he has been performing in Oz over the years as the Bachelors and, of course, is nothing like the Cluskeys original sound. I want her to see the real thing, I bought a CD recently to illustrate my point, she said it was a different group entirely.

Take care and hope your health is holding up, as we get older that is the most important thing,

I see frost outside this morning, we live in Javea, I thought global warming was coming not global cooling.

Take care Con

David Franks

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Date: 13/10/2008 16:36:13

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Just to say what a brilliant night we had at Penketh Tavern, Warrington on Saturday.

An absolutely brilliant show from start to finish !

Regards

Alan

Date: 09/17/08 22:43:07

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors..

Dear Con and Dec,

How I so wish I`d done my homework before booking to see who we thought were going to be yourselves last night in Blackpool. As a birthday surprise for my mum I booked us a night in a hotel (we drove up from Leicestershire during the day) and were so excited at the prospect of seeing you both again. I`d even managed to get second row seats (now I know why!!) and when we realised we`d been duped we were in tears. At the interval we decided not to sit through anymore of the poor imitation of our idols and left the theatre with quite a few other clearly upset fans.

We met you many years ago in our home town of Loughborough at the Town hall where you kindly spent time with us after a fantastic performance.

Please let me know if you have any performance dates planned in the UK, mum is now in her seventies and I`d love for her to see you just one more time.

God bless you and your families,

Ms Tina Cooper and mum Janet.

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Date: 19/09/2008 11:03:00

To: con@mistral.co.uk; bachelors.condec@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say:

Hi to you both! I am a forty-something lawyer living in Oxford and the other day on a Radio 2 quiz I heard ‘The Bachelors’ being mentioned. It immediately took me back to my childhood when I was completely mad about your Group. So I have now dug out my old LPs, purchased some new CDs and bought myself a ‘record player’ (how I’ve missed having one of these!) and am once again enjoying your music. I have also now introduced your sound to my four children! I was a huge fan as a youngster, owning many of your World of… and Best of…LPs which I listened to constantly, poring over the album covers (as you do when you’re young). I even used to dream about meeting you one day and being asked to join your Group! And then one day when I was about 16, I was walking with my family in Brighton (I think it was) and suddenly I realized that the guys walking towards me were you both! It brought all those memories flooding back but I’m sad to say I never said a word as you passed (being too British!). Well, I am writing now just to thank you for all the great music you brought into my life, particularly as a child. I have very fond memories of sitting on my Grandma’s knee and singing ‘Cecilia’ to her (her favourite as she was called Cicely) and your versions of ‘Well Respected Man’ and ‘Elusive Butterfly’ have always been absolute favourites of mine. In fact, because I heard your versions of many songs you have done before hearing other artists’ versions, your versions will always to me be the versions. So there you are! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I wish you all the very best and hope one day to catch you live.All best wishes

 

Date: 04/20/07 13:36:58

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Lydon's Restaurant Photos

Hi Con, Dec, Victoria and all the band,

just to let you know that the photographs of your performance at Lydons Restaurant in Wimbledon Village, appear in this weeks Irish World newspaper Issue 1050 20th April 2007.

REGARDING BOOKINGS

The club I do various work for are STRONGLY interested in booking your goodselves. (We don't want fake cowboy Bachelor wannabees!!!) Can you please advise me the best way for our music bookings manager to contact you regarding securing your services.

Wishing you all the best,

John Carabine

Photographer Irish World

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 11 August 2008 21:32

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject:

Is this the real one and only Con Cluskey? My goodness!!

Well my name is Jen, and I have been a fan of the Bachelors since I was a very small girl. I remember seeing you all at a charity Molten bike ride thing in Great Yarmouth area many years ago and crying because I managed to get the autograph of the love of my life, Con..so I hope this is truly you here on this email.I am honoured.

All through my teenage years and my marriage and the upbringing of my 7 children, you remained my true heart throb. I left England in 91 to live in Australia but am back home now in London. I went to see The Bachelors in Australia and was most disappointed to see only John Stokes + 2 and not you. I dragged my youngest daughter with me and she now at 19 is happy to listen and sing along to your songs. She thinks I am a tragically nutty Mum, but I love you still.

I just bought a copy of the new cd and love it..I have a cd in Aus and had started to irritate my young grandchildren with it before I left.

Well Done and I hope one day to see you sing.

xxxx jen simpson

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 08 August 2008 11:12

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Hi there,

I have just bought the CD, the very best of the bachelors. I have enjoyed listening to it and remembering where I first saw them. Not sure of the year but must have been about 47 years ago. The venue was the Webster Memorial Hall in Arbroath, Scotland and it was a summer show. They were called 'The Three Harmonicords' at that time. The rest of bill was great also. Patrick O'Hagan, Jackie Fearn, Elaine and Derek, Hal Roach, Steve Perry and John Mulvaney. I remember saying to my husband these lads, the Harmonicords, will go far.

Thank you for the music lads

Maisie Johnston

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

From: lynne hayes [mailto:lynne.hayes2@btinternet.com]

Sent: 03 August 2008 14:51

To: dec cluskey; Con Cluskey

Subject: Album Sold Out!

 

Hi Con,

Thank YOU and please pass on my thanks to Dec, Victoria and your crew for putting on a fantastic show last Friday evening.

Many who were there have come in to the Centre over the weekend to tell me what a great night it was and todays Over 50's Club is buzzing!

It was a pleasure and honour meeting you,

Regards,

Steve

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 09 August 2010 20:55

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors

Hi

We have just spent three days at a Warners Hotel - NIDD HALL - in Yorkshire, 200 miles from where we live, which we had booked especially because we had thought that we would be seeing The Bachelors as we knew them in the '60's and onwards (but older, of course) - i.e. Con and Dec especially, plus John Stokes.

We did, at the time, wonder why the show was advertised as John Stokes Bachelors but didn't think too much about it.

We soon found out why!! As soon as they came on stage we recognised John Stokes straight away (much older, of course, and with white hair) but we also could immediately see that the lead singer in the middle of the trio was definitely not an older Con Cluskey; and the little guy on the right playing the other guitar was definitely not an older Dec!

We enjoyed the show because, after all, they were playing all the great Bachelors songs and the lead singer did have a good voice but we, nevertheless, felt cheated as we were not seeing Con and Dec, who really are the Bachelors. We chose, for that reason, to not buy any CD's or DVD's after the show. Our dining neighbour, though, over breakfast, told us that she had purchased both, having not realised that the lead singer was not Con. When we told her what we had read on your website after the show, she expressed her annoyance, felt she too had been cheated, and wished she hadn't purchased the discs.Hopefully we will see the real Bachelors before too long; until then,

Regards to you both

Val and Derek Phipps

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 13 September 2009 6:48

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Sat at Hoburne

Just to say many sincere thanks to Dec Con & Victoria for the lovely way you mentioned Mum for her birthday last night. She may be 85 and frail now but she loved every minute. Heres hoping she will be still with us and well enough to see you in Ferndown next year in May.

Again cheers guys...you are all something special

Michael

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Sent: 21 April 2009 17:35

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: enjoyed your concert

Hi Con & Dec,

Hope you and your Families are well enjoyed meeting you at the asturias venue in costa blanca,i will treasure the photo for ever,im now back in bridlington waiting for the sunshine .ive still got your autograph from the 1960s when my late parents would travel all over to the english seaside resorts to see you in the theatres,even in my then home town in west yorkshire we were close to the batley variety club.i do hope you perform at the spa in bridlington or even scarbourgh.if not will have to play my cd of your music.ive sent the photo to yours magazine the current issue of meeting place they have published it.

Regards sylvia

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19 July 2008

THE BACHELORS WERE HERE

Wow... we had the Bachelors in the studio for a chat about their work and the new CD that hits the shops on Monday.

Brothers Dec & Con Cluskey make up the BACHELORS, these guys had 18 hit records in the UK charts throughout the 60's and sold millions of records around the world.

In 1964, the Bachelors had more records in the top ten than the Beatles. They were in the charts for an amazing 77 weeks compared to the Beatles with 50 weeks....

posted by the mike mendoza show @ 8:22 AM

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 18 January 2009 8:20

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

Hi Con

We met a few years ago at a Golf Celeb do at the Oliva Nova Hotel in the Costa Blanca. Hope you are well, I am in the food business.

I was just reading the local paper and see that you are going to perform in Spain, the website just says Mar Menor and Parador (a chain of hotels). Do you have any more details as to the venues as I would like to bring my wife (Australian) to see you guys perform

As a matter of interest she did not have a great image of the Bachelors but I believe I know why. I was reading your statements re. John Stokes (what a stressful time that must have been) and note that he has been performing in Oz over the years as the Bachelors and, of course, is nothing like the Cluskeys original sound. I want her to see the real thing, I bought a CD recently to illustrate my point, she said it was a different group entirely.

Take care and hope your health is holding up, as we get older that is the most important thing,

I see frost outside this morning, we live in Javea, I thought global warming was coming not global cooling.

Take care Con

David Franks

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Date: 13/10/2008 16:36:13

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Just to say what a brilliant night we had at Penketh Tavern, Warrington on Saturday.

An absolutely brilliant show from start to finish !

Regards

Alan

Date: 09/17/08 22:43:07

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors..

Dear Con and Dec,

How I so wish I`d done my homework before booking to see who we thought were going to be yourselves last night in Blackpool. As a birthday surprise for my mum I booked us a night in a hotel (we drove up from Leicestershire during the day) and were so excited at the prospect of seeing you both again. I`d even managed to get second row seats (now I know why!!) and when we realised we`d been duped we were in tears. At the interval we decided not to sit through anymore of the poor imitation of our idols and left the theatre with quite a few other clearly upset fans.

We met you many years ago in our home town of Loughborough at the Town hall where you kindly spent time with us after a fantastic performance.

Please let me know if you have any performance dates planned in the UK, mum is now in her seventies and I`d love for her to see you just one more time.

God bless you and your families,

Ms Tina Cooper and mum Janet.

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Date: 19/09/2008 11:03:00

To: con@mistral.co.uk; bachelors.condec@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say:

Hi to you both! I am a forty-something lawyer living in Oxford and the other day on a Radio 2 quiz I heard ‘The Bachelors’ being mentioned. It immediately took me back to my childhood when I was completely mad about your Group. So I have now dug out my old LPs, purchased some new CDs and bought myself a ‘record player’ (how I’ve missed having one of these!) and am once again enjoying your music. I have also now introduced your sound to my four children! I was a huge fan as a youngster, owning many of your World of… and Best of…LPs which I listened to constantly, poring over the album covers (as you do when you’re young). I even used to dream about meeting you one day and being asked to join your Group! And then one day when I was about 16, I was walking with my family in Brighton (I think it was) and suddenly I realized that the guys walking towards me were you both! It brought all those memories flooding back but I’m sad to say I never said a word as you passed (being too British!). Well, I am writing now just to thank you for all the great music you brought into my life, particularly as a child. I have very fond memories of sitting on my Grandma’s knee and singing ‘Cecilia’ to her (her favourite as she was called Cicely) and your versions of ‘Well Respected Man’ and ‘Elusive Butterfly’ have always been absolute favourites of mine. In fact, because I heard your versions of many songs you have done before hearing other artists’ versions, your versions will always to me be the versions. So there you are! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I wish you all the very best and hope one day to catch you live.All best wishes

 

Date: 04/20/07 13:36:58

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Lydon's Restaurant Photos

Hi Con, Dec, Victoria and all the band,

just to let you know that the photographs of your performance at Lydons Restaurant in Wimbledon Village, appear in this weeks Irish World newspaper Issue 1050 20th April 2007.

REGARDING BOOKINGS

The club I do various work for are STRONGLY interested in booking your goodselves. (We don't want fake cowboy Bachelor wannabees!!!) Can you please advise me the best way for our music bookings manager to contact you regarding securing your services.

Wishing you all the best,

John Carabine

Photographer Irish World

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 11 August 2008 21:32

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject:

Is this the real one and only Con Cluskey? My goodness!!

Well my name is Jen, and I have been a fan of the Bachelors since I was a very small girl. I remember seeing you all at a charity Molten bike ride thing in Great Yarmouth area many years ago and crying because I managed to get the autograph of the love of my life, Con..so I hope this is truly you here on this email.I am honoured.

All through my teenage years and my marriage and the upbringing of my 7 children, you remained my true heart throb. I left England in 91 to live in Australia but am back home now in London. I went to see The Bachelors in Australia and was most disappointed to see only John Stokes + 2 and not you. I dragged my youngest daughter with me and she now at 19 is happy to listen and sing along to your songs. She thinks I am a tragically nutty Mum, but I love you still.

I just bought a copy of the new cd and love it..I have a cd in Aus and had started to irritate my young grandchildren with it before I left.

Well Done and I hope one day to see you sing.

xxxx jen simpson

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 08 August 2008 11:12

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Hi there,

I have just bought the CD, the very best of the bachelors. I have enjoyed listening to it and remembering where I first saw them. Not sure of the year but must have been about 47 years ago. The venue was the Webster Memorial Hall in Arbroath, Scotland and it was a summer show. They were called 'The Three Harmonicords' at that time. The rest of bill was great also. Patrick O'Hagan, Jackie Fearn, Elaine and Derek, Hal Roach, Steve Perry and John Mulvaney. I remember saying to my husband these lads, the Harmonicords, will go far.

Thank you for the music lads

Maisie Johnston

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-----Original Message-----

From: lynne hayes [mailto:lynne.hayes2@btinternet.com]

Sent: 03 August 2008 14:51

To: dec cluskey; Con Cluskey

Subject: Album Sold Out!

Sent: 21 April 2009 17:35

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: enjoyed your concert

Hi Con & Dec,

Hope you and your Families are well enjoyed meeting you at the asturias venue in costa blanca,i will treasure the photo for ever,im now back in bridlington waiting for the sunshine .ive still got your autograph from the 1960s when my late parents would travel all over to the english seaside resorts to see you in the theatres,even in my then home town in west yorkshire we were close to the batley variety club.i do hope you perform at the spa in bridlington or even scarbourgh.if not will have to play my cd of your music.ive sent the photo to yours magazine the current issue of meeting place they have published it.

Regards sylvia

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19 July 2008

THE BACHELORS WERE HERE

Wow... we had the Bachelors in the studio for a chat about their work and the new CD that hits the shops on Monday.

Brothers Dec & Con Cluskey make up the BACHELORS, these guys had 18 hit records in the UK charts throughout the 60's and sold millions of records around the world.

In 1964, the Bachelors had more records in the top ten than the Beatles. They were in the charts for an amazing 77 weeks compared to the Beatles with 50 weeks....

posted by the mike mendoza show @ 8:22 AM

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 18 January 2009 8:20

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

Hi Con

We met a few years ago at a Golf Celeb do at the Oliva Nova Hotel in the Costa Blanca. Hope you are well, I am in the food business.

I was just reading the local paper and see that you are going to perform in Spain, the website just says Mar Menor and Parador (a chain of hotels). Do you have any more details as to the venues as I would like to bring my wife (Australian) to see you guys perform

As a matter of interest she did not have a great image of the Bachelors but I believe I know why. I was reading your statements re. John Stokes (what a stressful time that must have been) and note that he has been performing in Oz over the years as the Bachelors and, of course, is nothing like the Cluskeys original sound. I want her to see the real thing, I bought a CD recently to illustrate my point, she said it was a different group entirely.

Take care and hope your health is holding up, as we get older that is the most important thing,

I see frost outside this morning, we live in Javea, I thought global warming was coming not global cooling.

Take care Con

David Franks

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Date: 13/10/2008 16:36:13

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Just to say what a brilliant night we had at Penketh Tavern, Warrington on Saturday.

An absolutely brilliant show from start to finish !

Regards

Alan

Date: 09/17/08 22:43:07

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors..

Dear Con and Dec,

How I so wish I`d done my homework before booking to see who we thought were going to be yourselves last night in Blackpool. As a birthday surprise for my mum I booked us a night in a hotel (we drove up from Leicestershire during the day) and were so excited at the prospect of seeing you both again. I`d even managed to get second row seats (now I know why!!) and when we realised we`d been duped we were in tears. At the interval we decided not to sit through anymore of the poor imitation of our idols and left the theatre with quite a few other clearly upset fans.

We met you many years ago in our home town of Loughborough at the Town hall where you kindly spent time with us after a fantastic performance.

Please let me know if you have any performance dates planned in the UK, mum is now in her seventies and I`d love for her to see you just one more time.

God bless you and your families,

Ms Tina Cooper and mum Janet.

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Date: 19/09/2008 11:03:00

To: con@mistral.co.uk; bachelors.condec@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say:

Hi to you both! I am a forty-something lawyer living in Oxford and the other day on a Radio 2 quiz I heard ‘The Bachelors’ being mentioned. It immediately took me back to my childhood when I was completely mad about your Group. So I have now dug out my old LPs, purchased some new CDs and bought myself a ‘record player’ (how I’ve missed having one of these!) and am once again enjoying your music. I have also now introduced your sound to my four children! I was a huge fan as a youngster, owning many of your World of… and Best of…LPs which I listened to constantly, poring over the album covers (as you do when you’re young). I even used to dream about meeting you one day and being asked to join your Group! And then one day when I was about 16, I was walking with my family in Brighton (I think it was) and suddenly I realized that the guys walking towards me were you both! It brought all those memories flooding back but I’m sad to say I never said a word as you passed (being too British!). Well, I am writing now just to thank you for all the great music you brought into my life, particularly as a child. I have very fond memories of sitting on my Grandma’s knee and singing ‘Cecilia’ to her (her favourite as she was called Cicely) and your versions of ‘Well Respected Man’ and ‘Elusive Butterfly’ have always been absolute favourites of mine. In fact, because I heard your versions of many songs you have done before hearing other artists’ versions, your versions will always to me be the versions. So there you are! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I wish you all the very best and hope one day to catch you live.All best wishes

 

Date: 04/20/07 13:36:58

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Lydon's Restaurant Photos

Hi Con, Dec, Victoria and all the band,

just to let you know that the photographs of your performance at Lydons Restaurant in Wimbledon Village, appear in this weeks Irish World newspaper Issue 1050 20th April 2007.

REGARDING BOOKINGS

The club I do various work for are STRONGLY interested in booking your goodselves. (We don't want fake cowboy Bachelor wannabees!!!) Can you please advise me the best way for our music bookings manager to contact you regarding securing your services.

Wishing you all the best,

John Carabine

Photographer Irish World

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 11 August 2008 21:32

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject:

Is this the real one and only Con Cluskey? My goodness!!

Well my name is Jen, and I have been a fan of the Bachelors since I was a very small girl. I remember seeing you all at a charity Molten bike ride thing in Great Yarmouth area many years ago and crying because I managed to get the autograph of the love of my life, Con..so I hope this is truly you here on this email.I am honoured.

All through my teenage years and my marriage and the upbringing of my 7 children, you remained my true heart throb. I left England in 91 to live in Australia but am back home now in London. I went to see The Bachelors in Australia and was most disappointed to see only John Stokes + 2 and not you. I dragged my youngest daughter with me and she now at 19 is happy to listen and sing along to your songs. She thinks I am a tragically nutty Mum, but I love you still.

I just bought a copy of the new cd and love it..I have a cd in Aus and had started to irritate my young grandchildren with it before I left.

Well Done and I hope one day to see you sing.

xxxx jen simpson

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 08 August 2008 11:12

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Hi there,

I have just bought the CD, the very best of the bachelors. I have enjoyed listening to it and remembering where I first saw them. Not sure of the year but must have been about 47 years ago. The venue was the Webster Memorial Hall in Arbroath, Scotland and it was a summer show. They were called 'The Three Harmonicords' at that time. The rest of bill was great also. Patrick O'Hagan, Jackie Fearn, Elaine and Derek, Hal Roach, Steve Perry and John Mulvaney. I remember saying to my husband these lads, the Harmonicords, will go far.

Thank you for the music lads

Maisie Johnston

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

From: lynne hayes [mailto:lynne.hayes2@btinternet.com]

Sent: 03 August 2008 14:51

To: dec cluskey; Con Cluskey

Subject: Album Sold Out!

 

Sent: 21 April 2009 17:35

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: enjoyed your concert

Hi Con & Dec,

Hope you and your Families are well enjoyed meeting you at the asturias venue in costa blanca,i will treasure the photo for ever,im now back in bridlington waiting for the sunshine .ive still got your autograph from the 1960s when my late parents would travel all over to the english seaside resorts to see you in the theatres,even in my then home town in west yorkshire we were close to the batley variety club.i do hope you perform at the spa in bridlington or even scarbourgh.if not will have to play my cd of your music.ive sent the photo to yours magazine the current issue of meeting place they have published it.

Regards sylvia

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

19 July 2008

THE BACHELORS WERE HERE

Wow... we had the Bachelors in the studio for a chat about their work and the new CD that hits the shops on Monday.

Brothers Dec & Con Cluskey make up the BACHELORS, these guys had 18 hit records in the UK charts throughout the 60's and sold millions of records around the world.

In 1964, the Bachelors had more records in the top ten than the Beatles. They were in the charts for an amazing 77 weeks compared to the Beatles with 50 weeks....

posted by the mike mendoza show @ 8:22 AM

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-----Original Message-----

Sent: 18 January 2009 8:20

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

Hi Con

We met a few years ago at a Golf Celeb do at the Oliva Nova Hotel in the Costa Blanca. Hope you are well, I am in the food business.

I was just reading the local paper and see that you are going to perform in Spain, the website just says Mar Menor and Parador (a chain of hotels). Do you have any more details as to the venues as I would like to bring my wife (Australian) to see you guys perform

As a matter of interest she did not have a great image of the Bachelors but I believe I know why. I was reading your statements re. John Stokes (what a stressful time that must have been) and note that he has been performing in Oz over the years as the Bachelors and, of course, is nothing like the Cluskeys original sound. I want her to see the real thing, I bought a CD recently to illustrate my point, she said it was a different group entirely.

Take care and hope your health is holding up, as we get older that is the most important thing,

I see frost outside this morning, we live in Javea, I thought global warming was coming not global cooling.

Take care Con

David Franks

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Date: 13/10/2008 16:36:13

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Just to say what a brilliant night we had at Penketh Tavern, Warrington on Saturday.

An absolutely brilliant show from start to finish !

Regards

Alan

Date: 09/17/08 22:43:07

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Bogus Bachelors..

Dear Con and Dec,

How I so wish I`d done my homework before booking to see who we thought were going to be yourselves last night in Blackpool. As a birthday surprise for my mum I booked us a night in a hotel (we drove up from Leicestershire during the day) and were so excited at the prospect of seeing you both again. I`d even managed to get second row seats (now I know why!!) and when we realised we`d been duped we were in tears. At the interval we decided not to sit through anymore of the poor imitation of our idols and left the theatre with quite a few other clearly upset fans.

We met you many years ago in our home town of Loughborough at the Town hall where you kindly spent time with us after a fantastic performance.

Please let me know if you have any performance dates planned in the UK, mum is now in her seventies and I`d love for her to see you just one more time.

God bless you and your families,

Ms Tina Cooper and mum Janet.

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Date: 19/09/2008 11:03:00

To: con@mistral.co.uk; bachelors.condec@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

 

 

 

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say:

Hi to you both! I am a forty-something lawyer living in Oxford and the other day on a Radio 2 quiz I heard ‘The Bachelors’ being mentioned. It immediately took me back to my childhood when I was completely mad about your Group. So I have now dug out my old LPs, purchased some new CDs and bought myself a ‘record player’ (how I’ve missed having one of these!) and am once again enjoying your music. I have also now introduced your sound to my four children! I was a huge fan as a youngster, owning many of your World of… and Best of…LPs which I listened to constantly, poring over the album covers (as you do when you’re young). I even used to dream about meeting you one day and being asked to join your Group! And then one day when I was about 16, I was walking with my family in Brighton (I think it was) and suddenly I realized that the guys walking towards me were you both! It brought all those memories flooding back but I’m sad to say I never said a word as you passed (being too British!). Well, I am writing now just to thank you for all the great music you brought into my life, particularly as a child. I have very fond memories of sitting on my Grandma’s knee and singing ‘Cecilia’ to her (her favourite as she was called Cicely) and your versions of ‘Well Respected Man’ and ‘Elusive Butterfly’ have always been absolute favourites of mine. In fact, because I heard your versions of many songs you have done before hearing other artists’ versions, your versions will always to me be the versions. So there you are! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I wish you all the very best and hope one day to catch you live.All best wishes

 

Date: 04/20/07 13:36:58

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Lydon's Restaurant Photos

Hi Con, Dec, Victoria and all the band,

just to let you know that the photographs of your performance at Lydons Restaurant in Wimbledon Village, appear in this weeks Irish World newspaper Issue 1050 20th April 2007.

REGARDING BOOKINGS

The club I do various work for are STRONGLY interested in booking your goodselves. (We don't want fake cowboy Bachelor wannabees!!!) Can you please advise me the best way for our music bookings manager to contact you regarding securing your services.

Wishing you all the best,

John Carabine

Photographer Irish World

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 11 August 2008 21:32

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject:

Is this the real one and only Con Cluskey? My goodness!!

Well my name is Jen, and I have been a fan of the Bachelors since I was a very small girl. I remember seeing you all at a charity Molten bike ride thing in Great Yarmouth area many years ago and crying because I managed to get the autograph of the love of my life, Con..so I hope this is truly you here on this email.I am honoured.

All through my teenage years and my marriage and the upbringing of my 7 children, you remained my true heart throb. I left England in 91 to live in Australia but am back home now in London. I went to see The Bachelors in Australia and was most disappointed to see only John Stokes + 2 and not you. I dragged my youngest daughter with me and she now at 19 is happy to listen and sing along to your songs. She thinks I am a tragically nutty Mum, but I love you still.

I just bought a copy of the new cd and love it..I have a cd in Aus and had started to irritate my young grandchildren with it before I left.

Well Done and I hope one day to see you sing.

xxxx jen simpson

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

Sent: 08 August 2008 11:12

To: con@mistral.co.uk

Subject: Feedback from the Con and Dec The Bachelors Website

A user browsing through Con and Dec The Bachelors website has just clicked on a link on the Contact us page, in order to contact Con and Dec, and had the following to say/comment/suggest:

Hi there,

I have just bought the CD, the very best of the bachelors. I have enjoyed listening to it and remembering where I first saw them. Not sure of the year but must have been about 47 years ago. The venue was the Webster Memorial Hall in Arbroath, Scotland and it was a summer show. They were called 'The Three Harmonicords' at that time. The rest of bill was great also. Patrick O'Hagan, Jackie Fearn, Elaine and Derek, Hal Roach, Steve Perry and John Mulvaney. I remember saying to my husband these lads, the Harmonicords, will go far.

Thank you for the music lads

Maisie Johnston

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

-----Original Message-----

From: lynne hayes [mailto:lynne.hayes2@btinternet.com]

Sent: 03 August 2008 14:51

To: dec cluskey; Con Cluskey

Subject: Album Sold Out!

 

 

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