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The Rainhill high school pupil had gone to Applejacks for a day out with her mother, Ann, 44, father Peter, brother Tom, 11, and his school pal.
The Applejacks were the first Brum Beat band to have a UK top ten hit, with Tell Me When in 1964.
The site is not limited to famous groups such as Duran Duran and UB40, but also includes lesser known acts, The Applejacks, who had seven hit singles in the 1960s and 70s ska group The Beat.
HIT ACT: Pat Wayne and The Beachcombers who released Roll Over Beethoven' MOVE: Trevor Burton, Carl Wayne, Chris 'Ace' Kefford, Bev Bevan and Roy Wood' STARS: The Applejacks had a huge hit while The Modernaires are still going strong
Tonight the roadshow that is taking the nation by storm comes to Applejacks Nightclub at the Hillgrove Hotel in Monaghan.
WITH reference to the letter about the pop group The Applejacks from 1964 (Mail, June 11).
I CAN only think that Pat Robinson (Mail, June 11), was writing tongue in cheek when he nominated the Applejacks as the greatest Midland band of all time.
Dates confirmed so far include Applejacks Nightclub at the Hillgate Hotel in Monaghan on March 18, the George in Dublin on March 19 and the coach in Banbridge on March 31 - but watch out for more dates to be confirmed shortly.
Being a bit older than many of the crowd, I suggested The Applejacks, a brilliant group from the Swinging Sixties.
From Applejacks to Zeppelin, Birmingham would play a vital role in defining the routes that rock would take through the rest of the decade.
Residents were invited to pick their favourite Silhillian from an illustrious line-up of 75 which also included comedian Jasper Carrott, Day of the Triffids author John Wyndham, motor engineer Frederick Lanchester, art connoisseur Daphne Foskett and pop bands ranging from the Applejacks to Ocean Colour Scene and Napalm Death.