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November 8 2016 - Hard Days Night Hotel, Liverpool during the filming of It Was Fifty Years Ago Today, The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper & Beyond...  
Posing with Billy Kinsley & Tony Crane (of the legendary 1960s  chart band, The Merseybeats). A funny exchanged occurred prior to the taking of this picture. Keith to Billy, "I've worked with you previously. I've been presenting the video shows at the Conventions for years. I'm sure you remember me." "Yes, I do," he replied. "I remember your hair." (Picture by Alan G. Parker.)


November 8 2016 - Hard Days Night Hotel, Liverpool during the filming of It Was Fifty Years Ago Today, The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper & Beyond...  
Keith with the truly delightful, Debbie & Nigel Greenberg (original Cavern club regulars). Debbie is the author of the wonderful, recently published book,  Cavern Club: The Inside Story (Jorvik Press). "Buy it, you won't be disappointed." (Picture by Alan G. Parker.)


Surprise Surprise! Keith was in Liverpool on 16th January 2017 for the Cavern Club's 60th Anniversary shenanigans and the unveiling of the Cilla Black statue. Here he is with Cilla on Mathew Street right by the location of the entrance to the original Cavern. There are more photographs from the celebrations to come!  


November 14 2016 - Keith with the legendary, incredible, Tony Bramwell, a childhood friend of George Harrison and later, the head of The Beatles' very own, Apple Films. The venue for the photo, the equally legendary, The Scotch Of St. James in Mason's Yard, London. "Thank you, Tony," Keith says, "for showing me where Jimi Hendrix gave his first UK performance and where The Beatles used  to sit when they visited the club. Wow!" The reason for the hook-up, filming for the new Beatles documentary, 'It Was 50 Years Ago Today', due to release mid 2017.


Liverpool - November 2016 - While visiting the city of the Beatles Keith popped in to say hello to Anne-Marie (who helps keep things looking nice on the site) at her day job. 


BAFTAs, Piccadilly, London - May 26 2016 - Keith with an absolute living legend; actor, choreographer, tap dancer, television presenter and one of the stars of A Hard Day's Night, the only and only, Lionel Blair. "What an absolutely top man," Keith said afterwards. Other stars he brushed shoulders with that night, for the Chris Perry of Kaleidoscope book launch, included legendary TV and Radio celebrity, 'Diddy" David Hamilton, BFI Archivist, Dick Fiddy and the current Chairman of the FA, Greg Dyke. (Picture courtesy of Paul Skellert, the ace designer at Archivum Publications)

 March 30, 2016 - Windsor, Berkshire (home of Her Majesty) -  Historic very first meeting between legendary 60s/70s photographer, Mike Randolph, Archivum design legend, Paul Skellert and Keith to discuss their new, hugely anticipated, Rock And Roll Circus project.

November 25, 2015 - Hollingbourne, Kent -  Work on the new, Pirate radio TV documentary continued. Keith with another true 1960s / 1970 legend, the broadcaster, Dave Cash. “He hosted a part of The Monkees' 1967 UK Tour, you know," Keith remarked. “His delightful tales about life on the Pirate ships, will delight the world.”

December 11, 2015 - Gillingham, Dorset – Keith with another broadcasting legend, the Pirate / BBC radio DJ, Johnnie Walker during location filming on the new, Pirate Radio documentary.  

Eton, Windsor, Berkshire - September 12, 2015 - an 'Arty' picture of Keith (on left) waxing lyrical with the top-rated 60s/70s Rock And Roll Circus photographer, Mike Randolph.

Leafy Berkshire July 22, 2015 - Only rubs shoulders with the best, here's Keith with Max "Superhod" Quarterman, the legendary 1970s/80s labourer, builder and brickie, at the latter's palatial mansion in Berkshire.

November 28 2014 - Back of The Wyndham Theatre, Charing Cross Road, West End London – Location work on the new movie, The David Essex Story. Here's Keith with the legend himself. Shooting also wrapped this day. Next stage; the editing.

December 5 2014 - The Ship, South London - Start of Keith's 2014 birthday tour, in the company of Mod legend and noted author, Terry Rawlings. (Thanks to Fiona "Fi" for taking the snap.)  

November 27, 2014 - The Spice, Charring Cross Road, when filming for the David Essex movie had wrapped for the day, Keith caught up with another top old friend; The Buzzcocks' legendary singer, guitarist, composer, Steve Diggle. ("His tale about a lizard that moved, is still one of his funniest.")


October 31, 2014 - Windsor, Berkshire - Keith with the legendary 1960s/70s photographer, Mike Randolph during another, rather fruitful, business-related discussion. 

 The Bootleg Monkees - Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool - August 23, 2014 - Top left, clockwise - Peter (aka top chap, Bob Boyer, Sunset Records, USA and one of the country's top video and records specialists), Davy (Anne-Marie, all-round lovely lady, sweetheart and wonderful webmistress), Mike (another top chap, John McEwen, easily one of America's leading Beatles film / video collectors) and Micky (yours truly, KB himself)...

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The Bootleg Monkees 2014 but (just like late 1968), Peter has left again...





Monday April 7, 2014 - Twickenham Film Studios, St. Margaret's, London –  At 3:21pm, Keith and the KISS Movie director, Alan G. Parker set foot on Sound Stage 3 where, on November 23/24 1965, the world’s greatest-ever band, The Beatles taped ten promotional videos with InterTel (V.T.R Services) and on January 2 1969 began filming their movie, Let It Be. It was also where, six days later, on January 8 1969  John & Yoko danced the waltz while Paul, George & Ringo performed I Me Mine. "Oh my gosh," Alan and Keith screamed on the day. "The Fabs actually played here!"



The Exclusive poster for the Official KISS Movie, You Wanted The Best, You Got The Best, on which Keith is the Archive Producer. Directed by Alan G. Parker, the rock-doc is set for release late 2014.


Editing Studio, Central London, January 2014 - Keith's second big assignment of the year; Chief Archive Researcher on the Official KISS movie, 'You Wanted The Best, You Got The Best'. Here he is pictured with a part of its team; Director, Alan G. Parker and Editor, Ceres Doyle. Image taken by its Producer, Alexa Morris.



Even the great, Sir Tim Rice is a reader of Keith's books. See bottom left. (Picture copyright, Channel 4/ ITN Source)

Keith with (a part of) the 'Good Ol' Freda' production team, London , May 2012- : Ryan White (Director), Kathy McCabe (Producer) and KB himself (Archival Consultant) - picture courtesy of Kathy 



Keith with the legendary 60s/70s pop/rock photographer, Michael Randolph, Eton High Street, Windsor, October 2013, shot in the shop, once a Coffee bar, frequented by The Rolling Stones, Yardbirds, Pretty Things and many others in the early to mid 1960s.





Keith with a rather famous actress, Windsor, October 2013, taken by the ground-breaking snapper, Michael Randolph

Keith by Mike Randolph, Eton High Street, Windsor, October 2013, adjacent to where the opening titles of the 1970s Thames UK drama series, Public Eye, starring Alfred Burke was filmed.



(left to right) friend, Janine Edwards, Brian Wilson's percussionist & vocalist, Nelson Bragg and yours truly, backstage at The Beach Boys legend's concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London - September 16, 2011 (thanks to Nina Douglas for the great pic and Terry & Fiona for setting the superb night up!) 

Marilyn Monroe book celebrations - Friday, September 17, 2010. Photo by Spencer Peet

Official promotional shot for launch of Marilyn Monroe book - August 2010 Photo by Spencer Peet

Keith and Spencer Leigh after an interview at Radio Merseyside, August 2007

Keith surrounded by lovely young ladies at Liverpool Beatle Week, August 2007