Hailing from Scotland, the Bay City Rollers were the world’s biggest, original boy band who rose to fame in the 1970s with pop classics such as “Saturday Night,” and “Don’t Let The Music Die.”
The Bay City Rollers released 12 studio albums and two live albums, selling over 300 million records worldwide. The classic power-pop songs that spawned the worldwide phenomenon known as Rollermania have now been injected with new life, bringing in a new generation of younger fans, while rekindling the excitement of the '70s for the long-standing existing fan base.
In order for the spirit, memory and legacy of the Bay City Rollers to continue, award winning Scottish musician and producer, Stuart “Woody” Wood, sought out suitable, accomplished musicians to become the new generation of Bay City Rollers for today. He has brought together a dynamic group of young and talented musicians, each with a wealth of experience under their belts.
The Bay City Rollers are back and better than ever, and ready to take on the world, turning it tartan once more, First stop… Tokyo on June 7-8.
Venue: Shinjuku März Dai1tokiwa Bld.B1F 2-45-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku.© Japan Today