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During the many years that the Rock 'N Roll Show was an entertainment force in WA, they filled many venues and had a number of line-up changes. Their last reunion on the 17th April, 1993 was their 21st Anniversary with M.C. John Dubbo, Guest Vocalist Les Dixon and female Trio "The Rockettes". They turned 100's of people away which turned out a huge success at the Pagoda.

The Band drew big crowds wherever they appeared at Places like the Boomerang Hotel, Morley Park Hotel, Scarborough Hotel, Maylands Hotel, Ashfield Tavern, Walkabout Hotels in the North West, Goldfields and an extended tour of the Eastern States.

Who can forget their performances of standards like Jailhouse Rock, Heartbreak Hotel and the unforgettable Unchained Melody performed by the late Nigel Van Ross. All the Classic comedy songs by Ray Stevens were requested all the time and made the Roll 'N Roll Show's performances famous.

Their hectic schedules included TV appearances . They also appeared on Hey Jude and Flashez.

Ron Leask, Founder of the Band, had been performing in the Band since it started way back than. Ron owned the Montmarte Night Club at one stage in William St Northbridge. He was also a promoter importing a number of national and international acts into WA.
A highlight performance of the Rock 'N Roll Show was backing and performing with Chuck Berry live on stage at the Entertainment Centre on the 16th Sept.1976. Tickets were $5.40

The Rock 'N Roll Show cut a number of vinyl 45 singles including "At The Hop" and " Lover, Please "released on Sunshine/Festival and "The King of Jive" with the original song by them "Hey Rock 'N Roll" released by Martin Clark's Clarion records. Radio 6PM and 6IX had the singles on their play-list. The seven piece Group did a national tour to promote their singles after winning over many fans with their "Showmanship" and "Musicianship" in WA.

Back: Peter White (Keyboards)
Chris Conlon (Drums)
Graham Herbert (Sax, Flute, Drums)
Greg Clarke (Sax, Trumpet)
Front: Ron Leask (Lead Guitar, Sax)
Gerry Smith (Bass)
Marty Warren (Lead Vocal)