Page Updated 8/05/2011
Edna’s, Laurie Award Cabinet.
Bobby & Laurie with Hitchhiker award
Normie Rowe, Pat Carroll, MPD
& Bobby & Laurie.
Nite Trane Tiara Award
Best Instrumental 2001
Bonnie’s Laurie Allen Tribute
Odds, Ends & Stuff
June 2003 DON’T LET HIS MUSIC DIE
Warren Keats, Bobby Bright, Russell Pitt
and Greg Lynch at the Moorabbin Townhall, To help raise
the much needed funds to help Warren finish the cd’s that Laurie had been
working on before he passed away, Russell Pitt arranged a raffle and worked
so hard and even donated the prizes.. . Thanks to Russell’s effort and a lot
of hard work on
In memory of Laurie’s Aunty Renee, who passed away in October 2003, a beautiful lady with the purest of souls, a true supporter of Laurie and his music, my adopted Aunty and true friend for without her faith in Laurie’s music and her help along with Waza, Laurie’s cd “One Last Round” may have remained Laurie’s unfinished dream…… .Aunty Renee will be the Angel on the keyboard or maybe the piano accordion….
Laurie’s loyal little team with Aunty Renee in charge we were one hell of a team
Edna Allen’s scrap books Laurie’s gig diaries
A lot of the information on these pages came from these scrapbooks and diaries.
I have obtained a lot of this information from the very popular magazine Go-Set!!,
for those who are not aware, Go-Set!! was the most popular magazine that came out
every 7days from February 1966 to August 1974, and I think should be given a lot of
credit for what it did to help the artists of the 60’s. It was like a bible to the fans of
Australian 60’s music, having the best of reporters like Ian (Molly) Meldrum and Stan
Rofe and many others interviewing the best of the 60’s stars, feeding the fans of the day
the much needed information and the best photos that they (we) craved for.