It’s been a long time since I saw Louise Webster as a solo artiste, so I put that right on Monday night when I called at Glasshoughton WMC in Castleford. Louise looked lovely in a long silver sequined top [that changed colour with the stage lights] over black leggings, (I liked the shoes). She has a tremendous personality and her presentation,though laid back is superb. Louise opened her show with Breathless followed by a dance version of Enrico Iglesias’s Hero; she soon had the audience singing along to Marty Wilde's A Teenager In Love. Her programme of songs in this set was very impressive, songs by Diana Ross and the Supremes, Bon Jovi, The Carpenters and a great version of one of my favourite songs, Drift Away. I heard a couple of songs in her second set whilst I managed to get a couple of pictures. If you haven’t see Louise Webster, give yourself a treat and see her when she appears near you..
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Sun 18th. Maddie Storm. Excellent Female Vocalist.
Tue 20th. Ricky Graham. Class Male Vocalist.
Thu 22nd. Bethany Brooke's. Excellent Female Vocalist.
Fri 23rd. Scott Carr. Top Male Entertainer.
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Sun 25th. Mitchell James. Male Vocalist.
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Sat 31st. Kelly Owen. Young Female Vocalist.
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