Month: July 2017

July 24, 2017 Ian Swift No comments exist

We should be playing the following songs for the first half of Thursday night at The Lamplighter Overstone Rd Northampton

These Boots Are Made For Walking
Don’t Marry Her
Jolene
I Will Survive
Miss Otis Regrets
Exs and Ohs
Guy Works Down The Chipshop
Big Yellow Taxi
Mercedes Benz
What’s Up
Lighthouse
River Deep Mountain High

July 18, 2017 Bernie No comments exist

Hi Everyone

 
Wendy has contacted Harpole scarecrow festival to find out when they were expecting us and we are waiting to hear back. On the same weekend is the Burton Latimer ukulele festival not sure how people feel about doing both either on different days or both on the Saturday, let me know.
Bardlaugh fields community day is on 5th August I need to check on timings but should know by Thursday.
Blisworth canal festival 12th August we will be playing at around 7pm we will need to know how many we are likely to have coming, it should be a great night.
 
Ok onto the songlist, Wendy has picked these with nothing more than she thinks we play them well and they are in alphabetical order to make it easier for me and she did say she would lead them
 
500 Miles
Best day of my life
Black velvet band
Blame it on me
Brand new day
Don’t marry her
Eight days a week
Galway girl
House of gold
Leaving on a jet plane
Lighthouse
Little talks
London calling
 
See you on Thursday
 
Ian
July 11, 2017 Ian Swift No comments exist

Hi Everyone

This weeks songlist for the first half of the night will look something like this

There’s a guy works down the chipshop
Half the world away
Blister in the sun
Gonna miss me
Heaven must have sent you
Young hearts run free
The snake
Tickle my heart
Chelsea dagger
Swords of a thousand men
Psycho Killer
Mr Brightside
See you on Thursday
July 4, 2017 Ian Swift No comments exist

This weeks songlist for the first half should go something like this

Galway Girl
I’m a Believer
I Wanna Be Like You
Going To The Chapel
Plastic Jesus
Space Oddity
A Little Respect
Fields of Athanry
Where Do You Go To?
Sugar Pie/Running Bear
Whisky in the Jar
Red Light