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About this Artist
Caravan was formed in Canterbury, England in 1968 by Pye Hastings (guitar/ vocals), Dave Sinclair (keyboards), Richard Sinclair (bass/vocals) and Richard Coughlan (drums). The four had previously played at various times with a local band, The Wilde Flowers, which also featured Kevin Ayers and future Soft Machine members Robert Wyatt and Hugh Hopper...
Caravanstars, from 4 Fan reports
Bilston - Wolverhampton Robin 2
Caravan simply brilliant from JohnC, 10/03/14Saw Caravan again on Friday 7th March at the Robin 2 Wolverhampton.The band were terrific (as usual) and the set they played spanned 40 years. You could really see that the band members were enjoying playing as much as the audience were enjoying watching and listening to them play. Thanks guys a truly memorable night and I look forward to your next tour.
Wolverhampton - Wolverhampton Robin 2
Awesome Gig from Pete Hayward, 21/01/13Saw Caravan at Bilston and what an awesome evening Brilliant atmosphere in a great old fashioned venue (Standing with a bar) Seen this band endless times and this rates as one of the best Long live Pye Hastings and the boys
Salford - The Lowry
great musicianship from Helen.remfan, 21/01/13I went with a friend, a long time fan of the band. Whilst a prog rock fan I wasnt too aware of the band so I went with an open mind. I have to say as musicians they could not be faulted The sound was good and the venue a good small venue. I loved the drummer who was a suitably manic drummer... lots of drive. lots of energy ( coming from someone who has seen John Bonham, Bill Berry and Keith Moon this has to be praise!) The music was very sound and I enjoyed all. Wish they had let us know that 2 of the band were suffering from lurgies earlier as I had felt the vocals lacked a little...and this explained it! he told us right near the end how poorly he had been so all credit to them for not cancelling and taking the easy way out. the band appeared to enjoy the gig as indeed did the audience.