Sent by Pete Bradley 13 Oct 2010
* Cry No More gig
* Brian and Scratch music nights
* Three MustGetBeers Alive and Kicking
* Tony Fernandez interview on Strawbsweb
YET ANOTHER CRY NO MORE GIG
Cry No More Farewell World Tour continues with a free concert at the Royal Oak in Hampton on Saturday October 23rd.
BRIAN AND SCRATCH MUSIC NIGHTS
Brian Willoughby, Scratch, (who not only sings, plays guitar, but also drums), and Mark Pickup, (guitarist, saxophonist, vocalist, and also bassist) had started an open mic night at Brian's local in Shepperton, as reported here on Strawbswebnews in July. The manager of the Red Lion is leaving as she is pregnant, so the Open Mic night has now relocated to Bagster House, which is a club just off Walton Lane. Walton Lane is a one way road, and you enter it just to the North of Walton Bridge. (easily within walking distance of the Red Lion) Open Mic nights are every Monday, and the evenings always start with a session from Brian, Scratch and Mark. Not a bad price for the beer there, at £2.40 a pint, either. A great night, especially if you want to get up and sing or play. You could find yourself accompanied by Brian.
THREE MUSTGET BEERS ALIVE AND KICKING
The Three MustGetBeers (Brian Willoughby, Bob Lewis and John Evans) are back! Both John and Bob have been fairly seriously ill recently, but happy to report that they are well on the way to recovery and all three are playing at the Barley Mow in Watersplash Road in Sheperton this Saturday (16th October)
TONY FERNANDEZ INTERVIEW ON STRAWBSWEB
Lindsay Sorrell has added another fantastic interview to her collection on Strawbsweb, this time with Tony Fernandez. You can find it at:
PETE BRADLEY FOR STRAWBSWEBNEWS
STRAWBSWEB - www.strawbsweb.co.uk
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