A week or so ago, they featured in a new BBC TV documentary celebrating 60 years since their beginning. The programme featured tributes from Pete Townsend, Dave Gilmour and Brian May among others. Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page have acknowledged their debt too. Neil Young took part in a tribute album. George Harrison once said "no Shadows, no Beatles". The Beatles recorded a tribute "Cry for a Shadow". Cliff Richard and the Shadows jammed with the Beatles at Paul's 21st birthday party. Lead guitarist Hank Marvin is one of the most influential guitarists. In the UK and Europe Cliff and the Shadows were the prototype pop group - Cliff and the group have had massive success independently as well as together. Cliff has sold over 250 million records. He's had a handful of American hits, he records in Nashville a lot, but America is one of very few countries where he can walk down a street unrecognised. As you can tell, I've been a fan from virtually day one. If anyone is curious, and finds anything from their incredible six-decade plus output that they like even a little, then I will be very happy.