NOVEMBER 1995, seventies sentiment and Shang-a-Lang nostalgia made a welcome return to Bradford as the Bay City Rollers played the Queen's Hall Cellar Bar, Bradford.

The Scottish lads who conquered thousands of teenage hearts in the 70s, played a great set, giving the audience a night to remember.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

November 1995: Bay City Rollers-Queen's Hall, Bradford.

Many of the concert goers may have also remembered their 1992 visit, where they played a sell-out gig at Bradford’s Maestro nightclub, Manningham Lane.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

1992: Bay City Rollers playing the Maestro nightclub.

Waving their tartan scarves in the air, the audience sang along to pop favourites Give A Little Love and Bye Bye Baby.

A fantastic party night was had by all and many people went home knowing they had relived their teenage dreams.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

RARELY mentioned today, but by 1975, the Bay City Rollers had become a huge success unleashing a torrent of teen screaming known as "Rollermania."

Are you a Bay City Rollers fan. Did you ever partake in Rollermania?

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