A current article regarding a six month museum exhibit focusing on the career of Albert Bonici and those who helped make it “a happening” in the north of Scotland. The six month exhibit at Elgin Museum starts 26 March 2016 and is right across from Albert’s former office https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-3.309879,-24.58h,2.81p,1z [arrow right]
Had I written it, I would have mentioned The Hollies https://scotbeat.wordpress.com/2014/03/11/the-hollies/ and The Kinks https://scotbeat.wordpress.com/2016/01/13/kinks-in-north-of-scotland/ who also thrilled young fans besides some of the local bands from the north of Scotland…. https://scotbeat.wordpress.com/2014/03/09/stones-in-aberdeen/
Milne HS Fochabers [http://www.visitscotland.com/info/towns-villages/fochabers-p237671] near capitol city Elgin, provided a field trip for students to attend the “pop package” that included the Rolling Stones. Morayshire communities traditionally supported a variety of theatrical and music events when the 1,000 year old town of Elgin became a music “scene” in 1960s north of Scotland. Offering free bus service to and from concerts was an important service at the time. Whilst Albert Bonici operated LCB Agency, the family ran the PC Holding Company concessions for events besides owning/operating a fleet of concession vans and a petrol pump in the communities.