The Quiet Ones (L-R Ian Taylor, Peter Cookson, Phill Beazley, PG Naylor and Laurie Facer
The Quiet Ones, originally formed by a group of teenagers in Hornsby, Sydney, Australia in 1964, played 60s rock music at dances, surfclubs, football clubs and the normal range of parties etc mainly around Sydney's North Shore and Northern beaches and various country B and S balls until the band broke up in 1970.
They re-formed in 2007 to play as a charity band, raising funds for charities. The main charity they have worked for is Bo Children's Hospital in poverty stricken Sierra Leone, Africa. Over the past few years the band has raised about $30,000 for this charity plus some thousands of $ for other various charities.
The current band lineup is PG Naylor, vocals and guitar, Phill Beazley, drums, Laurie Facer, bass guitar, Peter Cookson, lead guitar, harmonica and vocals and Ian Taylor, keyboards, guitar and vocals.
The Quiet Ones are available for booking for any events that would enjoy great 60s rock music. Contact email@example.com. All proceeds to a charity of your choice or to our chosen charity, Bo Children's Hospital.
By Golly Phil , You, the Band and the WHOLE team deserve a standing ovation.
That was such a FANTASTIC event !!!
it’s decades since I’ve seen that many people actually on the dance floor… The Club must be rapt !
and the Bo Children’s Hospital was a wonderful and deserved recipient.
Scott Gibbons, MrSOLD,Emcee, Charity Auctions
A very big THANK YOU to you and The Quiet Ones members for hosting a very successful evening on behalf of the Bo Children’s Hospital. A great time was had by all as well as raising much needed funds to help run the hospital.
Denise Curry, Bo Children's Hospital Foundation
Thanks for playing here on Saturday night. Everyone here including the staff had a great time!
Thanks again and look forward to having you guys back here.
Asquith Bowling & Recreation Club
Ph: 9477 1364
Dear Laurie, Phil, Peter, Phil and Ian,
Thank you all so much for your wonderful donation of $1000 to the Bo Children’s Hospital. We very much appreciate your generosity for this donation and for the time given for your performance at the Asquith Bowling Club, everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. You are all excellent musicians as well as performers in the band, congratulations!
We also raised $620 from the raffle and the lady that won it works for the North Shore Hospital and she was going to raffle it again for the RNSH, a double whammy for healthcare
The money you raised will go a long way at the Bo Children’s Hospital and will be greatly received.
Denise Curry, Bo Chiledren's Hospital Foundation