Singer, Raconteur, Author
Public Speaker, Broadcaster,.,

RSPCA Trustee

filming "Sons and Lovers"

The repercussions!

Taking a well deserved break whilst

Vince at Churchill's Night Club

Vince's first panto role as Simple Simon

Signing copies at the book launch of

Gordon Pirie turning into Elvis?

When the perm went wrong!

Over Age Popstar!

Do You Mind?

Daughter Debbie with Vince

Vince with his beloved boxer Sue

Santa would look just like Vince

Marty Wilde, Vince and Cliff Richard

Cruise Director Vince

the early years

talks and slide presentations

Oh Boy TV Show 1958

"You're Never Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll"

They "Ain't Misbehavin'"

Celebrating 70 with sons Simon & Christie

   their hometown fans!

Always happy around animals

Entertaining the troops in Libya

as an eleven year old puppeteer!

Roy, Vince & "Licorice"

 names of the chorus line to his note book

the O A P

Britain's greatest ever rock 'n' roll tour!

their first HMV demo record

Type casting?

birthday onstage in Helsinki

Danny Williams, Bob Miller & The Ponitails,

The boys proudly displaying their

Flatmates Vince & Billy cooking up a storm!

"Vince Eager's Rock 'n' Roll Files"

The Vagabonds as Robin's Merry Men

Chinese policeman Vince adds the

Vince, Bobby Knutt, Duncan Norville,

Vince visits  Eddie Cochran's

in the World Skiffle Championship

television by Colin Paterson

Leiber & Stoller fame. Elvis's songsmiths!

the long distance runner...Gordon Pirie.

Celebrating 70 with wife Anette

Filling the dance floor!

Serenading the chorus

on Canadian TV in Toronto

Girlie magazine centre page pin up!

Her Majesty's Theatre Brisbane

A triumphant return to

He's behind you Vince!

Dickie Pride outside St Martin's Hospital Bath

Drumbeat cast Adam Faith, Vince,  John Barry

A Suspicious Vegas finale

If it's Saturday night? it's Drumbeat!

Vince and Micky Finch (Norman Wisdom)

The first guitar.

The Capitol Theatre - Sydney

"Licorice " Locking, Marty Wilde, Brian Bennett

Vince's disasterous Eurovision

Paul Shane, Simon Taylor, Donna Hartley,

Dougie Brown, Tommy Cannon, Sid Little

Chas Hodges, Vince, Norma Sullivan, Dave

Glasgow Pavilion1980

On the train bound for London

Vince's first fans were big brother

Billy, Vince, Davy Jones and fans

and big sister Jean

The legendary 1960 Great Yarmouth show

With young Elvis, JJ McLean

the rock 'n' roll years

Big Jim Sullivan,  Chas McDevitt & Vince

performing Three Cool Cats on Oh Boy!

Tommy Steele, Michael Cox, Jess Conrad

and Clem Cattini bid farewell to Big Jim Sullivan

Vince presenting his radio show

The start of five fun years!

Vince giving one of his three

Sheffield Gaumont with Eddie & Gene

The offending Eurovision suit!

Inside the 2i's Coffee Bar

It's safer going solo!

 memorial at St Martin's Hospital Bath

Vince celebrates his 76th

The Vagabonds Skiffle Group

Vince, Larry Parnes & Billy Fury

The Vagabonds 60th Anniversary

Royal Alexandra Theatre Toronto

Girls queue outside the 2i's Coffee Bar

If he didn't have a beard,

The TV All Stars Football Team inc. Vince,

Billy Fury's mum Jean presents Vince

Many say "the best rock 'n' roll TV show ever!"

Always a country boy at heart!

Norm Riley, Billy Fury, Larry Parnes, Vince 

Long enough legs for a rocker?

One year old Vince

Part One of Vince's presentations,

John, Mick & John

Marty & Vince singing "Bird Dog"

Vince & Big Jim Sullivan

Vince's Entertainments Team

The infamous birthday present!

Back at the 2i's.

A crew cut like his boyhood hero

Vince's first 6-5 Special appearance

Arriving at the 2i's Coffee Bar

The Vagabonds 50th Anniversary

Lonnie's last ever performance 2003

New suit and new guitar

A Parnes' show poster

Recording "Bird Dog" with Marty

The 2i's audition

Vince's first venture into entertainment

cabaret to cruising

Recording with Chas Hodges

There's no arm in it! Says Capt Rhaditsas

Being interviewed for BBC Breakfast

Amsterdam 1980

Pipped to the post by Anthony

One of the perks of the job!

Vince or Joe 90?

The Harmonica Vagabonds

Vince with his best pal Sluggy

Monomatapa Hotel, Harare, Zimbabwe

On BBC TV in 1957 in the

Wakefield Theatre Club

Ready for American Trilogy

Vince performing with Mike Stoller of

Pioneer of British Pop

with a gold disc for "Rockabilly Dinosaur"

Tour manager Anette and

"Do You Mind" - sitting on my knee?

Sad headlines

James Burton, Vince & Albert Lee.

Vince & The Clockwork Toys

Promoting "It's Only Make Believe"

Britain's first TV pop show

Capitol Theatre Sydney

Clem Cattini, Sue Magregor & Terry Dene

Vince & Micky - 30 years later!

Vince and his good pal Tommy Bruce

Vince, Bruce Welch, Marty Wilde