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    Default Re: Fan Clubs

    I was also (briefly) in the fan club of The Adult Net - featuring Brix, later of The Fall
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    Speaking of fan clubs, and also considering the irony of Julian Clary's late 1980s moniker, did Joan Collins really have a fan club of her own?

    I know that Clary had to drop the name because Collins (and her legal team) didn't like him using it, but ironically enough Clary and Collins worked together in panto at the Birmingham Hippodrome a few years ago, so I assume that she forgave him for it eventually!
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    I suppose mailing lists are the norm nowadays.

    Back in the days of MSN, I would occasionally get a pop-up saying something like "You have received a new mail from Elvis Presley"!

    Uh-huh, uh-huh...
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    Default Re: Fan Clubs

    Quote Originally Posted by Twocky61 View Post


    Who were members of fan clubs?


    It was a way to follow your favourite bands

    Nowadays there seem to be only a few about; if any
    I'm more confused as to why some bands / artists don't have FanForums ??

    The ones I used to frequent were
    really popular and a great source of knowledge ...


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    Default Re: Fan Clubs

    I was never in any, but wanted to be in them I'd hazzard to say at a fair guess. Though of course it was like sending off to your fave Footy Club - you needed a full adress re;, for me the Barclays/Ensligh Directory's and that was the only way pre-net days without question

    On a similar note - I heard that fan clubs etc etc had Pen Pal Facility's and Swap Shop's that I'd surre sure dreamed of being involved with

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