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Buddies who areTired OfWaiting for the return of The Kinks Experience are in luck.
In 1965, The Kinks and The Honeycombs arrived at Manchester's Student Union to perform at the term Rag Ball.
A 1960 Bentley S2 owned by Kinks singer/songwriter Sir Ray Davies will go under the hammer at Silverstone Auctions' sale on May 13.
The Kinks also used the car in a photoshoot for the Preservation Act 1 album.
WHETHER or not you're a fan of The Kinks, you've really got to catch this outstanding musical.
SEPTEMBER 13 Regarded as one of the most influential British bands, The Kinks - led by brothers Ray and Dave Davies - were punk before punk and wrote songs that are as popular today as they were in the 60s.
FESTIVAL Kinks Heath Fest Kings Heath becomes Kinks Heath for the day as the suburb celebrates the 50th anniversary of the band's debut at the old Ritz Ballroom.
The Kinks have even been dubbed "the original punks" due to their pioneering contribution to developing louder rock and hard rock sounds, and they have influenced acts as diverse as punk bands such as The Ramones and The Clash, Heavy Metal bands such as Van Halen, and Britpop bands such as Oasis, Blur and Pulp.
The Kast Off Kinks These are actual former members of the legendary band The Kinks.
KINKED: KINKS SONGS AND SESSIONS 1964-1971 (ACE) RAY Davies' prolific songwriting muse showcased on some choice rarities from the Kinks' golden years.
The Pete Quaife Foundation (PQF) - named after the former Kinks bass player who died in 2010 of kidney failure, aged 66 - helps children on dialysis by providing things such as Kindles and portable DVD players.