There have been many tributes paid to Con Cluskey of The Bachelors singing group who sadly passed away this month.
They include the following message from Anderida Writers chairman and former Sky TV Controller of Information Tony Flood, giving his heartfelt sympathy to his friend Dec Cluskey, who lives in Eastbourne and has supported so many local groups.
“My wife Heather and I were so sorry to hear of the sad loss of your brother Con with whom you had such an incredible bond and enjoyed an amazing career, bringing joy to hundreds of thousands of people.
“You deservedly established yourselves as showbiz legends, with The Bachelors’ fabulous recordings of “Charmaine” (1963); “Diane”, “I Believe” (1964), “Ramona” and “I Wouldn’t Trade You for the World” (1964) becoming international smash hits.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Dec, and other family members.
“Hopefully, the many wonderful memories you must have of your times together will help to sustain you”.