Pete and Di opened the evening for us – and they did so in grand style, with a, frankly wonderful, cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain”. Take a listen.
Next up was David Rees with “Time in a Bottle” and a rather tasty self-penned song entitled “Love in Your Eyes”.
Bob Neale was in a Dylan kind of a mood. Glyn Hudson was yearning after a “Jug of Punch”, and Penni lamented Sunday mornings, Kristofferson style, and at the same giving a masterclass on how to carry on regardless, like a true professional, in such a way no-one even notices you’ve cocked up the lyrics. 🙂
And There’s Moore…
I did some more Christy Moore and Joe Lyon reached for a “Galway Shawl” to wrap around the “Comedians and Angels” as they watched the “Waterloo Sunset”.
Tom and Lynda Degney were “Somewhere on the Road Again”, “Waiting for the Times to Get Better”.
And finally, the hard-working Mr Degney was joined by the rest of the Tom, Dick and Harry band, plus John Bass, of course.
With Richard on vocals, they gave us “Louise” and “Tulsa Time”, and with Harry at the mic, we had the sad tale “Delia Gone” and his self written up-beat “Get High”.