Bassist Rick Huxley, one of the founding members of the Dave Clark Five, has died, The Associated Press reports. He was 72.
Huxley, who suffered from emphysema after...read more
The Dave Clark Five topped the British charts in 1965 and were described by critics as an enormous pop phenomenon. The group has sold more than 50 million albums to date and some critics rank them in the same class as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Group founder Dave Clark had said he would never do a documentary on the heyday of his group because he never wanted to live in the past -- but time and circumstances changed.
Paul McCartney, Elton John, Ozzy Osbourne and Mike Smith discuss the genius of Dave Clark to own all the early masters to the Dave Clark Five's music. This allowed him to avoid the legal rights battles that The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Elton John would face as they fought for ownership over their own music. An excerpt from The Dave Clark Five and Beyond Glad All Over, airing 4/8/14 at 8pm.
Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen and the model Twiggy look back on the supposed rivalry between The Beatles and The Dave Clark Five at the height of their fame. Interviews, archival footage and magazine headlines reveal the hype around the music and looks of the two English bands. The two-hour documentary 'Dave Clark Five and Beyond - Glad All Over' premieres April 8 at 8 pm on PBS.
Drummer Max Weinberg, Bruce Springsteen and guitarist Steven Van Zandt describe Dave Clark's signature drum style and its influence on the Dave Clark Five's records and Weinberg's own drumming. Also seen in this film excerpt is Tom Hanks' induction speech for the band at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008. Great Performances' 'The Dave Clark Five and Beyond - Glad All Over' airs 4/8/14 on PBS.
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