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  1. Listen to the biggest hits from Nero & the Gladiators, including Boots, The Race, Entry of the Gladiators, and more on Slacker Radio.
  2. Nero & the Gladiators Biography by AllMusic This short-lived UK instrumental pop group was formed by guitarist Mike O’Neill who, having been informed that he resembled a Roman emperor, dubbed himself Nero and took to wearing a toga.
  3. ‎Nero & The Gladiators on Apple Music ‎This short-lived UK instrumental pop group was formed by guitarist Mike ONeill who, having been informed that he resembled a Roman emperor, dubbed himself Nero and took to wearing a toga. His group, which also included Colin Green (guitar), Tommy Brown (drums) and Rod Boots Slade (bass), completed t.
  4. It was this Gladiator's line up that recorded the classic guitar led instrumental, 'Entry Of The Gladiators read more Nero (Mike O'Neill) had previously played keyboards as a member of the 'Cabin Boys', the backing group of Tommy Steele's less famous brother- Colin Hicks.
  5. Fučík was so impressed by the description of a gladiator appearance in a Roman amphitheater in Henryk Sienkiewicz's novel Quo Vadis (, German: ) that he soon changed the title of his work. The phrase "entry of the gladiators" is known in two descriptions of .
  6. Nero & the Gladiators were a British instrumental rock and roll band in the early s. The group was led by keyboard player Mike O'Neill as "Nero", and had two minor hits in the UK, "Entry of.
  7. Bill Wright 31st May It was during that, ‘’Instrumentalists’’, and with Decca Records, ‘’Nero And The Gladiators’’, would go on to release three (3) most excellent instrumentals singles.
  8. Nero And The Gladiators Nero (Mike O’Neill) had previously played keyboards as a member of The Cabin Boys, the backing group of Tommy Steele ‘s less famous brother, Colin Hicks. He and bassist Rod ‘Boots’ Slade formed The Gladiators originally with Laurie Jay on drums and Colin Green .

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