Sent by Dick Greener 23 Dec 2009
A few updates before we all get stuck into our mince pies and the festive season overwhelms us.
A very merry Christmas to all who celebrate that sort of thing and a prosperous 2010 to you all.
* Acoustic Strawbs Jan/Feb dates
* Hud/High Society dates
* Bully Wee dates
* On a personal note ...
ACOUSTIC STRAWBS JAN/FEB DATES
Saturday 16 January, Red Lion, Kings Heath
Thursday 18 February, Huntingdon Hall, Worcester
Friday 19 February, St Johns Church, Newhall
Saturday 20 February, The Caves, Edinburgh,
Sunday 21 February, The Ferry, Glasgow
Tuesday 23 February, The Globe, Cardiff
Thursday 25 February, Borderline, London
Friday 26 February, Plaza Suite, Sevenoaks
Saturday 27 February, Mission Theatre, Bath
HUD/HIGH SOCIETY DATES
The chaps are playing another show on 6th Feb 2010:
The Fox Inn
Higham on the Hill
Some 2010 dates for Hud's other various bands:
THE BEAKY BAND
NB PLEASE NOTE: The band are not now playing on New Years Eve, at The Union Inn, Market Harborough, as previously advertised.
24 Dec 2009 - Barnhall Soc Club, Wickford
28 Feb 2010 - The Crown, West Drayton
GOOD OLD BOYS
6 Jan 2010 - Dustys, Nr High Wycombe
9 Jan 2010 - Bushy Police Club
22 Jan 2010 - The Globe, Brentford
30 Jan 2010 - Barnhall Soc Club, Wickford
GINNY BROWN BAND
10 Jan 2010 (lunchtime) - Red Lion, Isleworth.
20 Feb 2010 - Barley Mow, Shepperton
21 Feb 2010 (lunchtime) - Red Lion, Isleworth
ALI MAC BAND
17 Jan 2010 (5pm start)- The Boot, St Albans town square
BULLY WEE DATES
19th January - Ringwood Folk Club
21st January - The Brook Theatre, Chatham
22nd January - Topsham Folk Club, Exeter
23rd January - The Red Lion Folk Club, Birmingham
24th January - Hitchin Folk Club, Herts
25th January - Nettlebed Folk Club, Henley On Thames
26th January - Dartford Folk Club.
ON A PERSONAL NOTE ...
As the website has been quiet for the last few weeks, I've been off pursuing my own musical interests. Not this time with the inestimable Strawberry Fools (never fear, they've not gone away, more on them early next year), but with my band of chums from work, who celebrated their tenth anniversary of playing together, by mounting their the seventh gig of their career (can we call it a tour yet ?) after a break of five years since the last. A tough hill to climb, but we thoroughly enjoyed it and are planning to do more in the future.
The Swiss Cottagers, so called because they all worked in that area of London, have a website with photos of the event, as well as an MP3 track with a Christmassy feel, at www.swisscottagers.co.uk.
"You'll scarcely believe all the pleasures inside..."