Last updated: 04-04-2014

Lead Vocals: Brian Brown added member

Guitar: John Taylor

Lead Vocals, Keys: Derek Moore

TSax: John Tuttle

BSax: Keith Hart

Bass: David West

Drums: Dick Brand

Trumpet: Louie Moore


You have to watch closely when it comes to the links between The Alex Wilson Sect, The Stlye, Soul Concern & The Toby Jug Band. The personnel between them are very similar in their latter line-ups, mainly caused by the organ and brass sections individual movements. The Soul Concern were born in February 1966 after being known previously as The Style.


Having received interest from [record label required] it was advertised that the name had been changed for recording purposes. Their first concern was to back The Roscoe Brown Road show at the Cromer Links, [date required]


[unconfirmed] In the groups short life they did manage to hold the World Record for non– stop playing. Set at The Night Prowler on [date required] The group had to beat 70 hours of non stop playing set by London band Toast


The band were chosen by [name required] to head up all their road shows and recorded two tracks at [studio required] studio’s to be used as signature tunes for [more information required]


In February 1968  the Soul Concern Became The Toby Jug Band


Supports: Desmond Dekka & The Aces / Roscoe Brown Combo / The 123 / Motivation / The Quiet Five / Bluesology / Long John Baldry / Marmalade / Sonny Child & The TNT / JE Young & The Tonics


Discography: Actd Mr Pitiful b/w [track title required] [ ] [date required]



Its pop non-stop EEN H&N 17/03/1968[ ]

Easter bid is off EEN H&N 01/04/1968[ ]


(Brown - The Wild Oats)(Moore - The Alex Wilson Sect) Style <> Toby Jug Soul Band