Albion Street Club was fairly busy tonight for a singer I hadn’t seen for a good few years and he still looks very young. He is Ossett singer, Lewis Mathews, he has a good voice, so easy to listen to, good sound equipment and was dressed casually smart.
Some of his songs were by singers like Billy Ocean, ‘When The Going Gets Tough’, The Shirelles, ’Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’, The Beatles, ‘With A Little Help From My Friends‘ and the Drifters, ‘Up On The Roof’ which was also a
top ten hit for Kenny Lynch. Well done Lewis, I loved the set I saw and heard…
Gilly’s Country Music Club was quite busy tonight for the artiste’s on stage,
Johnny and Lynette. They were dressed in country outfits complete with western
hats. The sound was very good, two lovely voices in note perfect harmony and
both play guitars.Some of the songs I heard were some old favourites of mine, (Thanks guys). There were a couple Tammy Wynette songs, ’I Don’t Wanna Play House’ and ‘Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad’, again super harmonies. There was a Dolly Parton song that took me back to the days of the Kelly Duo in the 1970’s when I was keyboard player for Kelly Kober, (Known these days as Zener Kober; the song, oh yeah,’Coat Of Many Colours’ . there was a Conway Twitty song called, ‘Tight Fitting Jeans’. there were many more. A nice relaxing set of country music songs.
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Glasshoughton Club was very busy tonight; on stage was Louise Nash, a lady I never tire of hearing; she never works to a set list. I know I saw her recently but I’ve seen her again now. Louise looked great in her stage outfit, (Lts). Just a few of her set tonight were songs by, ’Luther Van Dross’, ’Marty Wilde’, ‘Jackie Wilson’, there was the song that Louise has written herself called, ’Say The Word'. Terrific Louise. Her use of the stage is very professional and her voice is captivating; she had her audience singing along to, ’Teenager In Love’. a truly magnificent entertainer, ’Louise Nash’…
Wednesday 19th June At Sharlston ARLC:-
A Fund Raising Show In Aid Of
The Prince Of Wales Hospice.
Compere, Jonathan Carroll.
Tristan Drew, Heidi Mills,
Amy Thomas, Paul Stewart,
Dave Seville, Elli Gent
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Players in Attendance.
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What a day for Pat and me, our friends Sharon and John Fitzpatrick invited us out for a day in sunny Bridlington. It's been some years since we were here; we met at their home and travelled in his car so we were really being. John was booked into the Revelstoke Hotel where he was singing later in the day so we had a wander round and went for lunch; there was lots of laughter and we thoroughly enjoyed the day and their company.
The Revelstoke Hotel was very busy when John opened his show singing the songs to suit the age group; really nice people. Just a few of his songs were the songs of Joseph Locke, Matt Monro, Elvis Presley, Neil Sedaka, Rita McNeil, Tony Christie, Gene Pitney and lots more. John did sing, 'Human' and 'Sex On Fire', these brought the dancers to the floor. I liked the part of the show when John sang Cliff Richard's, 'Move It', I didnt even know he played guitar, We entered the quiz but failed to win, Pat and Sharon played Bingo with the same result... Nothing... Yes folks, a brilliant day and night out...