- the official internet mailing list for ELO and all related artists.
An active, private e-mail discussion list made up of thousands of
subscribers from all over the world. Join now and be first to hear
about new releases, live performances, media appearances, and much
more. The list is administrated by Lynn Hoskins in Los Angeles,
who works closely with the artists, their management and record
here for more information.
Lynne / Electric Light Orchestra - www.elo.biz
The long awaited elo.biz website was finally launched on May 7th! The website will be expanded over the coming months, but in the meantime fans can visit the online store and check out the merchandise on offer!
A colourful site dedicated to the singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist,
responsible for The Move, ELO, Wizzard and more.
Wayne - www.carlwayne.co.uk
Dedicated to the late, great Carl Wayne, The Move's legendary
front man and lead singer.
The Move's fiery guitarist, bass player and co-singer. Includes
upcoming gigs, band history, and sound samples from his new album
with Richard Tandy.
Dave Morgan Website
Dave was a member of ELO between 1981 - 86 as well as a songwriter
and performer in his own right, famously penning "Something"
and "This Time Tomorrow" for The Move.
Groucutt Official Website
Kelly joined ELO for the Eldorado tour and first appeared on the
Face The Music album. The ever popular bass player and fine singer
has a lot going on at his new website...
Cheap Trick Website
The "ELO Kiddies" and big friends and fans of all things
Birmingham and ELO-related, famously covering "California
Man", "Brontosaurus", and "Down On the Bay"
by The Move.
Website for The Shazam
Big fans of Jeff Lynne and ELO (as well as The Move). Covered
"Twilight" for the Lynne Me Your Ears" project
and guested with Carl and Bev at Abbey Road Studios a few years
Rob Caiger (ELO Reissue Producer).
Beat - West Midlands Groups of the 1960's
Dedicated to the groups and people who were part of the West Midlands
music scene of the 1960's and 1970's. A wealth of information
contained within an extensive artist index featuring biographies
and rare photos.
Steven's Underground Garage
U.S. syndicated radio show hosted by Little Steven Van Zandt featuring
new and classic Garage Rock - includes The Move.
Century Guitar Magazine
Longtime supporters of ELO, Jeff Lynne, Roy Wood and The Move.
Superfan Martin Kinch's clinic dedicated to Roy Wood and related
Chalker's Time Machine
Takako Sekiba's Japanese fan site dedicated to The Move's Ace
"The Face" Kefford.
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