The Bay City Rollers on a centrespread poster in Bravo of 20 July 1978. With it, Bravo ran a report of the “funniest” scenes from the Rollers’ (short-lived) TV show in the USA. Judging from the photos it must have suffered a serious lack of hiliarity.
The Bay City Rollers, by now without Alan Longmuir or his short-lived replacements, on a superposter in Bravo of 30 June 1977.
R.I.P. Alan Longmuir, co-founder and bassist of the Bay City Rollers. Seen here on the cover of Bravo of 8 April 1976.
Here’s my revisionist defence of the Bay City Rollers.
The Bay City Rollers with autographs on a superposter in Bravo of 8 April 1976.
The Bay City Rollers on a superposter in Bravo of 22 September 1977. They had just released their It’s A Game LP, and released their best single, You Made Me Believe In Magic.
On the reverse of the poster was James Dean; it was a tough choice for 11-year-old me, but I put up the BCR poster.
The Bay City Rollers on a superposter in Bravo of 25 August 1975
The Bay City Rollers in a 5-part portrait series. In the issue of 31 July 1975, the fourth instalment was published with Derek Longmuir’s poster.
The Bay City Rollers, with new member Pat McGlynn (second from right), on a poster in Bravo of 17 March 1977. McGlynn lasted for only a couple of months.
MERRY CHRISTMAS, EVERYBODY!! Here are the Bay City Rollers in an obviously totally unstaged photo celebrating Christmas together in 1977.
A great number of German Bravo readers would have been subjected to this at their family Christmas gatherings.
The Bay City Rollers on a poster in Bravo of 14 December 1978. They rather were past their sell-by date by then, despite Alan Longmuir’s return. Very soon Leslie McKeown would be gone…