A shorter but none the less good STARTIME, thanks to
- Les B gave us Lonely Street which was first performed by Any Williams on his 1959 album (we called them LPs then) of the same name. The song has been recorded by Patsy Cline (1962); The Everly Bros (1963); Bobby Vinton (1965); Bing Crosby (1968) and even Gene Vincent (1966)
- Lee gave us Jim Croce’s You don’t Mess Around With Jim (1972). Jim was killed in an air crash the following year, at the age of 30.
- Mark sang The Seekers’ A World of Our Own (1965). The song was written by group member Tom Springfield and reached no 3 in the UK charts on 21 April 1065. Almost exactly 42 years ago. Makes you feel young, don’t it?
This Thursday it’s Diane and Dave’s night at The Crown, New Springs.
The next meeting is the last opportunity for members to turn up and register their continued membership interest. Don’t worry, we know about George Kesterton and Ken Docherty, not being able to make it because they are in foreign parts, but anyone else needs to let us know why they are not able to make it during April, or face having their membership relinquished.