1. Vincent Wonnacott
    February 9, 2013 @ 5:15 pm

    Great interview Neil – really interesting many thanks for sharing.


  2. John Maloney
    February 9, 2013 @ 7:50 pm

    Great interview , I remember Paul from way back but was friends with Malcolm and Paul Fox for many years , being a Hayes lad myself . Lost touch with Ruffy and Segs up until Foxy’s benefit night in June 07 . Pleased to see that RuTs DC have resurrected after all this time , but that may only be due to them realising what a following they had when they played Paul Fox’s benefit ???


  3. Steve 'Skip' Dwight
    February 17, 2013 @ 10:21 am

    Great interview Neil, very cool that there was a connection between The Ruts and North Wales.
    Another tiny connection is that my band 4jerry (from Wrexham) just supported Ruts DC at The 100 on December 22nd…..great to see them still playing great shows.


  4. Sharon Laing
    March 21, 2014 @ 12:53 am

    Aslan Ruled!


  5. Paul Thomas
    December 10, 2014 @ 10:31 pm

    I saw Aslan play in the Trearddur Bay Hotel (Awesome) and actually practiced with Laurie Jellyman who had an “audition” with my club band. During the audition (in a garage) I remember Laurie playing with an excellent bass player and I’d never seen anything like it before. Drum rolls with the foot pedal and steam coming off him. I remember it like it was yesterday, such a talented guy!!! Thanks for sharing Neil 🙂


  6. Michael Corby - The Babys 1974-1978
    January 8, 2017 @ 7:23 pm

    Laurie Jellyman was apparently lost to us in 2015 (RIP). He was as fine a man as I ever had the pleasure of knowing. I met Laurie in 1978, in Los Angeles. His brother-in-law, William Baker a former crew member for my band on several US late 1970s tours had put me in touch with him.
    Laurie introduced me to the late Paul Fox and I had the honour of introducing Laurie to his girlfriend, Countess Giordana, a former girlfriend of my own.
    What a truly lovable bunch of hooligans they all were. I miss them all, terribly.


    • Kim Wilkes
      July 4, 2018 @ 9:30 pm

      I am Laurie Jellyman’s sister it is lovely reading about when he was playing. He was an excellent drummer and sadly passed away in September 2012 of a brain haemorrhage.


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