On Saturday 9 June the Quarrymen turned up at Romsley, a little village near Halesowen in the Midlands, to take part in their annual music festival – Romstock! The festival was started in a very small way seven years ago and just grew and grew, no doubt due to the great music and the friendly family atmosphere. This year however, as well as having the Quarrymen to top the bill, the festival was blessed with the first full day of blazing sunshine in its short history, which meant that a crowd of some 2,000 turned out to enjoy the occasion. The music ranged from an Elvis impersonator to selections from the musical “Grease”, and from punk to the Quarrymen.
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