Month: July 2018

July 24, 2018 Ian Swift No comments exist

Hi

This weeks songlist for the first half of our weekly meet will look something like this

A little Respect
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Count on Me
Dedicated Follower
Handle With Care (big Jim’s book)
Hey there Delilah
I Saw Her Standing There
Mr Brightside
Pencil Full of Lead
There’s a guy works down the chipshop
These Boots
Dancing in the dark
Grab your uke and come on along to The Lamplighter on Thursday night
July 16, 2018 Ian Swift No comments exist

Welcome to another songlist for the first half of the night at The Lamplighter

Jolene

Don’t Marry Her

Big Yellow Taxi

Maggie May

Tell Me ma

Where Do You Go To My Lovely

Dedicated Follower of Fashion

I Will Survive

A Little Respect

Space oddity

Meet Me on the Corner

Exs and Ohs

Pick up your uke and come long and join us

July 9, 2018 Ian Swift No comments exist

We have been asked to play at the school fete on Friday 13th July at 4pm. We will be playing the following songs

Bad Moon
Blame it on me
Eight days
Fisherman’s Blues
Galway Girl
House of Gold
I’m a believer
In the summertime
Octopus’s Garden
Sunny Afternoon
Valerie
What’s Up

July 9, 2018 Ian Swift No comments exist

You will find us upstairs at The Lamplighter again this week. we will be starting the evening off with the songs below

Bad moon rising

Three little birds

Riptide

Those were the days

Whats up

Sweet Caroline

The cave

peaceful easy feeling

Meet me on the corner

Plastic Jesus

Tainted love

Psycho Killer

Red Light

McNamaras Band

Grab your uke and come along to join us

July 3, 2018 Ian Swift No comments exist

Another week and another songlist to start us off at The Lamplighter on Thursday. We will be starting the evening with the following songs. Why not grab your uke and come along to join us.

5oo miles

Make me smile

Ex’s and Ohs

Mrs Robinson

Octopus’s Garden

These boots were made for walking

Summer in the city

All about you

Puff the magic dragon

Gonna miss me

The tide is high

Sha la la la Lee

Half the world away

Fishermans Blues

See you on Thursday