Haha! Let me explain…
We had Penni visit us from Denbigh with some lovely songs including “The Nearness of You” and “Myfanwy”. Penni, who runs the Sunday afternoon folk club in Denbigh, has hinted she might become more of a regular in the future thanks to a timetable changer in her work commitments. We sure hope so. As a bonus this week she had Bob with her and accompanied him as he sang a John Prine song.
Karen is known as “The Quirky One” in her homeland and has become quite a hit over there on national radio.
Amongst her offerings were a comedy cover of a Billy Colloly number and one of her own songs about her obsession with shoes.
Next up was a visitor from Sunny Llandudno. Dave Gardner produced some fine guitar playing and vocals on a selection of covers and self-penned songs. My favourite was “44 Blues”.
Gill and Ian gave us Eli Goulding and Bruno Mars – the latter featuring a sex change for the purposes of the song “When I was your Man”.
Maureen sang about a fox and Jim fiddled polka style about Bluebells.
Joe was on form both with his jokes and his music which included a fine rendition of “Woman”.
Mark sang us a Story of Love and Stuart wowed us with a lullaby “My Little Welsh Home” and then asked, in song, “Will you love me when my Flubber is a wreck?” A Flubber being the nickname of a Model T Ford!
I did a bit of warbling too on what was yet another excellent night of musical entertainment.