Again no little drummer boy, but thanks to Tom for percussion and cajon, Eddie for harmonica and Ken on the bass.
Thanks to this week's volunteers, who lead on some of the numbers, one person perhaps in particular - he's very willing, if only he would learn to count !!! Les B; Eddie (that's him); Les H; Trevor; Dave D; Mark; Donna; Graham P; Joy; Ernie and a certain Bobby Darin, and Tom who got burnt in his Ring of Fire.
There was an interval meeting of the Subby W.I. and please put 5th September in your diaries for a Ladies Night. All those attending must wear at least one outer article of ladies' clothing. Much like any old Friday night for some of us !!!! I've amended the Leader's List accordingly, and if this affects anyone please let me know.
Last week we couldn't fight the Startimers off, this week we had to twist the arms of the following, who put up a very good fight. I guess everyone is waiting so that they can be on video. So thanks to.
- Les H who gave us Route 66. Written in 1946, about a road that now no longer exists. It has been recorded by many, but I guess this was the Rolling Stones' version (1964).
- Les B sang Bill Anderson's Once A Day, which was the debut single for Connie Smith also 1964.
- Eddie gave us a Bob Dylan number You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go, from his Blood On The Tracks album (1975)