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Alan Caddy (1940–2000)

Alan Caddy was born on February 2, 1940 in London, England. He was a composer, known for The Great Gundown (1977), Just for Fun (1963) and Farewell Performance (1963). He died on August 16, 2000 in London. See full bio »


(age 60) in London, England, UK

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Just for Fun Himself
Farewell Performance Himself - lead guitar


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 1963 Farewell Performance
Himself - lead guitar (as The Tornados)
 1963 Ollie and Fred's Five O'Clock Club (TV Series)
Himself - Guest
- Episode #1.13 (1963) ... Himself - Guest (as The Tornados)
 1963 Just for Fun
Himself (as The Tornados)

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The Tornados

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Caddy, Colin Hicks (Tommy Steele's brother) and Clem Cattini (fellow member of Johnny Kidd and The Tornadoes) toured Italy in 1961 with others as Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys. See more »

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