CD, DVD, Songbook - New Marriott Material!

New CD, DVD releases have Steve Marriott fans talking and both are now available in the Mijit Mall.  “The Atlanta Years” CD has both studio and live performance tracks from the time during Steve’s stay in Georgia. “Under Review” DVD is a unique concept in exploring Small Faces music. Also new on the market, a songbook of SF music entitled “Here Comes The Nice”.

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‘05 Small Faces Convention Report


Read Iain’s report on this year’s hugely successful installment of the Small Faces Convention

Marriott Memorial Concert DVD


The “Steve Marriott Astoria Memorial Concert” DVD can be ordered through  The historic gathering of the Marriott faithful, both artists and fans, was held ten years after the tragic death of the Small Faces and Humble Pie founder. Now, four years after the concert, the world is treated to the video recording of the event, a must for all Marriott, Humble Pie and Small Faces fans.  The evening’s line-up included former band mates Peter Frampton, Greg Ridley, Jerry Shirley, Bob Tench, Kenney Jones and Ian McLagen, along with Steve Ellis, Debbie Bonham, Midge Ure, Paul Weller, Noel Gallegher, The Mods, Dean Rees and many more. Click here to order

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Former Ridley Band/Pie members join Stray


Following their incredible peformance at the Greg Ridley memorial concert which featured Stray frontman Del Bromham, members of the Greg Ridley Band accepted Bromham’s invitation to join him in the new Stray (Stray website). Keyboardist-singer Dean Rees and drummer Karl Randall are now in rehearsals with Bromham and bassist-singer Stuart Uren. Plans for the future include hitting the roads and flightpaths to bring Stray music to a broader, more global audience.

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The Party For Greg:  A Fond Farewell


Band mates and other friends of the late Greg Ridley payed tribute to the “backbone of British Rock” in a memorial concert on 20 November.  Read Iain’s review of this incredible evening of music, fun & friendship.



Order the Steve Marriott Bio “All Too Beautiful” by John Hellier and Paolo Hewitt. Packed with great stories & memories from Marriott’s friends, family and collegues, this account of the Small Faces and Humble Pie front man will keep the reader turning its pages. Surely this effort was a labour of love for’s good friend John Hellier. Order the book now from

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Greg Ridley, bass player/vocalist and a founding member of Humble Pie passed away on November 19, 2003.  Besides being one of Rock’s greatest bass players, Greg was known to all who knew him as a warm-hearted friend, always ready with a  smile.  Greg performed at’s KneesUp on 21 September and was looking forward to completing a new CD and a US club tour this spring. Memorial events celebrating Greg’s life are planned for both the UK and Spain. Visit



A packed house of enthusiastic Steve Marriott and Pie fans filled the Builders Arms in Teddington, London for’s Inaugural KneesUp & Marriott Tribute on 20 September, 2003.


The headliner was Greg Ridley’s Humble Pie, who turned in a blistering set of Ridley originals, vintage Pie songs and a few well-received covers.  The founding member of the Pie opened with “Four Day Creep” and from that point had the crowd in the palm of his hand.  He also dusted off such HP classics as “Stone Cold Fever” and “Natural Born Woman”, each with a new Ridley slant. Covers of “Gangster Of Love” and “Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” showcased Ridley’s natural ability as a front man, a hat he hasn’t worn since the 1960’s. One of the evening’s high points came with his original “Trouble”, which begins with a few deceivious ballad-type bars, then breaks into an intense rocker.  Great stuff, only to be equalled the following night at The Small Faces Convention.

Opening the KneesUp festivities were Tony Miles & Friends, who featured a nice array of Pie and Small Faces fare. While welcoming several guest performers, the band played a diverse blend of Marriott tunes and related music - everything from “All Or Nothing” to “I Don’t Need No Doctor” to “Five Long Years”.  On the latter, TM&F were joined by Ian Segal, an extraordinary young blues vocalist, who we’re sure you’ll hear more about soon.  TM’s Friends are: Lindsey Walton-bass/vocals and Jim Lasson-drums/vocals. Also sitting in that night were vocalists Rosie Walton and Marcus Foster, HPnet’s own Keith Stallbories-guitar and Iain McGonigal-vocals, and Dave Gapp-guitar/vocals.  With the entire event webcast live to a global audience, more than £150 was raised for Teddington Memorial Hospital on the evening.

As the organisers of the event, we’re regularly being asked about next year. Before the doors closed at The Builders Arms, the initial plans were being laid for the second annual KneesUp and Marriott Tribute(s) in 2004.  Yes, take heart America, it looks there’s one in store for you too! Stay tuned...




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