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Clarification: Terry Davies and the Searchers; not to be confused with Liverpool group The Searchers

12:00 08 April 2014

Terry Davies and the Searchers changed their name to the Rebounds

Terry Davies and the Searchers changed their name to the Rebounds

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Terry Davies and the Searchers would like to make it clear that they are not to be confused with the Liverpool group The Searchers who had several hit records in the 60s, following the publication of the RecorderLife feature on Terry and his group on Friday.

Terry Davies and the Searchers were a group of school friends who formed in 1959.

When the Liverpool group of the same name had several hit records, the Dagenham-based Terry Davies and the Searchers changed their name to the Rebounds.

They are performing a gig for family and friends at Hornchurch Football Club tomorrow on Saturday from 7.30pm.

Terry would like to make it clear that this is not a free concert for “one and all” but intended for old school friends and fans who would like to meet up with the group.

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