Rancher
Rancher

Tonight with the hall set up and our Artists for tonight doing their Sound Check everything was ready for all to come into the hall, so at 7.15 time for me to introduce to all in the hall STEVE and JOHN who are RANCHER who brought along the “Good Hearted Woman” and the “I Couldn’t Leave You If I Tried” along came the “Gipsy Woman” who said “Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down” then RANCHER then told us all “Don’t Rock The Jukebox” onto “This Is where The Cowboy Rides Away” as well as “I Can’t Stop Loving You” and it was “Walk Right Back” that closed the spot.

In the break I did the “WHATS LIST” and had time for a chat to some of the people in the hall with this done time for me to bring back RANCHER for the second time tonight and away they went with “Guitars, Cadilacs” then we were told to “Walk On By” then along came a couple of Jim Reeves numbers “I Won’t Forget You” along with “He’ll Have To Go”. RANCHER then took us all off for some “Codigo” on a “Louisiana Saturday Night” before heading of on a “Boat To Liverpool” and along came the “Okie From Muskogee” to close the spot. The “GANG” then helped me do the RAFFLE DRAW this done time for some more chat with some more people in the hall.

Rancher
Rancher

Time now 9-15 for the final time tonight I introduced to all RANCHER and it was a Johnny Cash Medley that included “I Walk The Line”, “Falsom Prison Blues” and “Ring Of Fire” and back to “I Walk The Line” we all heard a Brilliant version of “Woking Man” then along came “Your My Best Friend” onto “From A Jack To A King”, “Take These Chains” and “Singing The Blues” all in a short medley. RANCHER then moved onto “When You Walk In The Room” as well as “Truck Driving Man” then there was “Excuse I Think I’ve Got A Heartache” along with “All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down” and it was “Help Me Made It Through The Night” that closed the show, from the shouts for more that rang round the hall one more had to be asked for and a Brilliant version of “Tennesee Whisky” brought the show to a close. This is the first time I had seen RANCHER do a LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC and I was not disappointed at all they when back in time for some Old Country and put on a Brilliant night at the LONE WOLF C.M.C. and again from the “GANG” thanks to all who keep on supporting YOUR CLUB.

Phil Wood

As our Artist for tonight turned up just as I finished setting up the Hall and set up and ready to go, so start time rolled round and for the first time tonight I brought on stage STUBBY and away he went with “Close Up The Honky Tonks” along with “Ain’t Love A Lot Like That” then we were off to the “Streets Of Bakersfield” for some “Peaceful Easy Feeling”. Also Stubby included “Crying My Heart Out Over You” also “The Answer” a bit of Don Williams with “Your My Best Friend” and closed the spot with a couple of oldies “Carman” along with “Welcome To My World” the Jim Reeves number.

Stubby
Stubby

During the break I did the “WHATS on LIST” while CHRIS from the “GANG” went round selling Raffle Tickets, this done time for me to bring back STUBBY again and he started with “Wings On My Heels” then “Where The Corn Don’t Grow” onto “Is It Friday Yet” and moved onto “Two Horses”, also we all heard numbers like “Old Soldiers” and “Hello Mary Lou” on with “Tulsa Time” then it was “Sea Of Heartbreak” and again a Jim Reeves number “He’ll Have To Go” closed the spot.

In the break the “GANG” he me do the “RAFFLE DRAW” and time for a natter to some of the people in the hall, before bringing on stage for the final time STUBBY and it was “Elviria” along with “Louisiana Saturday Night” then “But I Do” onto “I Just Wanna Dance With You” and in the dancing mood on with “Just Wanna Dance The Night Away” then along came “Let Your Love Grow” and “I Just Want My Baby Back” on to “If Love Was A River” and the Glen Campbell number “Rhinestone Cowboy” closed the show, it was clear to see I would have to ask for one more and this was “Just Because”. Tonight

Stubby
Stubby

STUBBY said before he started what you see is what you get and he put on a Great night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC and Sang and played Forty Two numbers so very good value for money, from the “GANG” thanks to STUBBY for tonight and to all who supported “YOUR CLUB” a big THANK YOU.

Phil Wood

The Hall Ready
The Hall Ready

Tonight with the Hall all up and our Artist getting set up everything was ready with time to spare, so as start time rolled round it was time for me to introduce to all in the hall NADINE SOMERS who started with “Ashes Of Love” and “Vertical Expression” onto “What The Cowboys Do” then NADINE moved onto “Just This Side Of Lonely” on then with “Take It To The Limit” a bit of Elvis with “Don’t Be Cruel” and slowed things down for along with “The Dance” by Garth Brooks and then we all went “Down To The Twist And Shout.

Time then for a break and when I do the “WHATS on LIST” for the Clubs in the Area this done time to bring back NADINE for the second time and off she we “I’m Gonna Love Him For A While” ( her words ) onto a bit of “Loving All Night” and the “C’est La Vie” then we met up with some “Old Flames” along with the “Redneck Woman”. Time then for Nadine to slow things down with “Coat Of Many Colours” she stopped singing and started again say that was wrong sounded right to me, onto “Help Me Make It Through The Night” and closed the spot with “Why Haven’t I Heard From You” and “Take Me There Tonight”.

Time now for the “GANG” to do the RAFFLE DRAW with me then all to soon time for me to bring back NADINE for the final time tonight and away she went with “I Feel Lucky” and the oldie “When You Walk In The Room” on to “Baby I’m Right” and a Great version of “Children” up went the tempo for “Seven Nights To Rock” next up was “Let Your Love Flow” and “Just To See You Smile” along with “Country To My Soul”, it was very clear that I would have to ask NADINE for one more and this was “Islands In The Streams”, if you add to these “Lovesick Blues”, “Cowboys Sweetheart” and “Your Cheating Heart” not many singers Yodel but NADINE along with her show tonight one word sums her up Superb, she won over all in the hall and they all want her back, my own opinion is NADINE you can come back whenever you want. From the “GANG” once again thanks for your support of the LONE WOLF C.M.C. it is this that is keeping “YOUR CLUB” running.

Phil Wood

Chris James Birthday Cake
Chris James Birthday Cake

The hall was nearly set up with Flags, Wolf Tee Shirts, Wolf Throws and the Tables set up with Clothes, Table Flags and Candle Lights as well as some Nibbles as our act for tonight turned up and we changed from a Solo to a Duo don’t very happen that much, so start time rolled round and instead of bringing on CHRIS JAMES it was KICKIN COUNTRY who I introduced to all in the hall, and it was “Imagine That” and “Billy B Bad” along with the “High Class Lady”, they then moved onto “Every Time I Close My Eyes” then BRIAN took centre stage for “Ace In The Hole” and we also met up with the “Good Hearted Woman” and the “First Fool In Line” they closed the spot with a couple of Everly’s numbers which were “Let It Be Me” along with “Walk Right Back”. I did not do the What’s On as we found out that CHRIS JAMES had a Birthday the following Tuesday so the Club brought him a Cake and a Prezzie, so while I was cutting up the Cake I heard BRIAN say PHIL must be busy and he introduced KICKIN COUNTRY to all in the hall, and “Here Comes My Baby” and “King Of The Road” got things on the right track, we all heard from CHRIS and BRIAN in this spot “Falsom Prison Blues” “Designated Drinker” and “Rodeo Man”. CHRIS then went on to play an Instrumental which was a Duane Eddy number but before the end of the number his batteries run out on the Guitar so we never heard the end of it, but he did go on to “Ghost Riders In The Sky” which was the Duane Eddy version of the number. KICKIN COUNTRY closed the spot with “Heartbeat” along with “Impossible”

During the break I did manage to do the “WHATS on LIST” and then with the help of the “GANG” did the RAFFLE DRAW and still managed to bring back KICKIN COUNTRY for the final time tonight and “Better Man” along with “Today I Started Loving You Again” and “Silver Wings” they then moved onto a Brilliant version of “Sunday Morning Coming Down” along with “I Walk The Line Revisited” and a bit of Rock with “Summertime Blues”, it was Brian on centre stage for “Nobody Knows But Me” we then met up with the “Okie From Muskogee” and it was “The Lord Made A Hobo Out Of Me” that closed the show, I had to ask for one more which they did and I can not remember what it was !!!!. Another Brilliant night at the LONE WOLF C.M.C put on by KICKIN COUNTRY some great picking by the WELSH WIZARD and the Harmony they create was brilliant and to all who supported the Club again from the “GANG” thank you very much.

Phil Wood

I was at the hall early today and nearly had it set up before our artists for tonight arrived after a long drive up from the West Country. Just before 7-15 I made welcome all who had turned up to support the Club, and for the first time tonight brought on stage WEST COUNTRY who got things on the right track with “Heaven In My Woman’s Eyes” and then to do some “Boot Scootin Boogie” then it was off for some “Summertime Blues” and onto the Gene Watson number “Got No Reason” on with the Don Williams number “First Fool In Line” after which it was through some “Swinging Doors” along with “Living On Love” and they closed with “Driving My life Away”

During the Break I read out the “WHATS on LIST” then had a chat to some of the people in the hall, then it was time to bring back NIGEL and DUNCAN for the second time tonight and some of the numbers they sang and played were “Digging Up Bones” the Randy Travis hit along with !Talk Is Cheap” after which we met up with some “Old Soldiers” and a great version of the Gene Watson number “Fourteen Carrot Mind”.

In the next Break the “GANG” helped me do the RAFFLE DRAW this done and dusted it was then time for me to introduce to all for the final time tonight WEST COUNTRY who got things moving with “Heartaches By The Numbers” then we all watched as it was “This Is Where The Cowboy Rides Away” onto a bit of Haggard with “Silver Wings” and the met up with the very popular “Gipsy Queen”, then it was DUNCAN who took centre stage with “The Next Time I’m In Town” and WEST COUNTRY brought the show to a close with another Randy Travis number which was “On The Other Hand” it was clear that I would have to ask for one more and this was “Past The Point Of Rescue” for me one number stood out this was “Old Pair Of Shoes” Brilliant. Tonight WEST COUNTRY put on a Great night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC at the LONE WOLF C.M.C. so to them from the “GANG” thanks very much and to all who supported the Club your club Thank You.

 

Phil Wood

P1050967I got to the hall early and decked the hall out with Flags, Tee Shirts and Wolf Throws along with the Tables all set up with Clothes, Table Flags and Candle Lights, and our Artist for the night was also set up and ready to go.
The hall was filling up as for the first time tonight I brought on stage RAY PETERS and we all hear from him “Billy B Bad” who brought along a “Good Hearted Woman” also along came “I Walk The Line Revisited” along with the old Hank Williams number “Your Cheating Heart”. During the break I read out the WHATS on LISTS of all the Local Clubs. Time then for me to bring back RAY PETERS and “Overnight Man” and the up tempo version of “Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down” also “Speak To The Sky”. RAY then moved onto “Silver Wings” then a couple of George Stright numbers first was “Look At Us” onto “Codigo”. We all heard from RAY “The Fireman” along with a “One Woman Man” and “Mr Man In The Moon” on with two from Don Williams numbers “Your My Best Friend” along with “First Fool In Line” and RAY went back in time as he closed the spot with “I Love You Because”.
P1050976During the break “THE GANG” helped me do the RAFFLE DRAW this done time for a natter to some of the people in the hall, after which time for the final time tonight To introduce to all RAY PETERS who kicked off with “Loves Gonna Life Here Again” then it was way back in time for “Please Help Me I’m Falling” along with “Before The Next Teardrop Falls”, RAY kept things on the right track with “Veil Of Tears” onto “Liza Jane” who brought along the “Galway Girl” then RAY again went back in time with “Faded Love” along with “Waltz Across Texas” and closed the show with “I Just Wanna Dance With You”, it was very clear that I would have to ask Ray for one for the road and this was the up tempo “Should Have Ask Her Faster”.

Tonight RAY put on a Great night of Live Country Music with something for all who supported the Club he has a Great Country voice and is a true Country Gent.
Again from “THE GANG” a big THANK YOU for your support for the LONE WOLF C.M.C.

Phil Wood

ZenneI got to the hall early to set the Club up with Flags, Tee Shirts and Wolf throws as well as the Tables all set up so we were ready to go, as the clock ticked round to 7.15 it was time for me to introduce to all ZENNE and away she went with “Same Thing Happened To Me” and “Feeling Kinda Lonely Tonight” and the oldie “Today I Started Loving You Again” which got the show off to a great start ZENNE kept things moving in her own way with “Love Me Just A Little Bit Longer” then we all met up with some “Old Flames” onto “Take These Chains” and a bit of Willie with “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain” and the spot closed with “Somebody Just Like You”.
Time for me to do the “WHAT’S on LIST”. Time then to bring back ZENNE and it was “Imagine That” along with “She Still Thinks I Still Care” along with “Begging To You” then ZENNE did one for “BIRTHDAY GIRL” RITA and went onto “Straight To Hell” then moved on with “Feeling Lucky” and it was the Gary Perkins number “Thank You” that closed the spot.
ZenneTime then for the GANG” to do the RAFFLE DRAW after a short break it was time to bring back ZENNE for the final time tonight and off we all went through the “Swinging Doors” to find the “Trail Of Tears” where we met the “Truck Driving Man” who brought along a “Good Hearted Woman” ZENNE also did “Silver Wings” and closed the Show with “On The Other Side Of The Hill” it was clear to see that I would have to ask for one more and this was “The Breeze” if you add to these “Love Never Broke Anyone’s Heart” and the Hank Locklin number “Please Help Me I’m Falling”.

Tonight all at the Club were treated to a show of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC put on by ZENNE in her own way, she has a very powerful voice and everything is done how she wants to do it just COUNTRY, thanks from the “GANG” to ZENNA for a Brilliant night, and to all who supported the Club and then dug deep in their pockets when asked for any loose change to go into the Fund for MICHAEL and KELLY ( Roots and Wings) after MICHAEL was involved in a car crash and Broke his Back, the LONE WOLF C.M.C. will donate £50 to the Fund and what was collected on the night was £100 so in total we have £150 which will end up at around £200, to MICHAEL and KELLY stay strong there are a lot of COUNTRY FOLK out there who will be there if you need them.

Phil Wood

P1150851I arrived at the Club early and so did our Artist for the night, but it was nearly 5-00 before we could get inside as there was a Party going on. I got straight onto the doing the stage Backdrop this done our Artist started setting up, while I went round and put up the Flags and Wolf Tee Shirts on the walls then set up the tables with Table Clothes, Table Flags and Candle Lights, this done time for a Coffee and sit down.

Start time rolled round so for the first time tonight I introduced to all in the hall STEVE HANKS who throughout the evening did a very good mix of numbers like “Face Of A Fool” along with “Old Flames” and the Jim Reeves number “Welcome T To My World” and up to date with “Down On Your Uppers” the Derek Ryan number, and closed the spot with “Blue Rose Is”.
Time to do the “What’s on List” this done still a bit of time left to natter to some of the people in the hall then back to being Compare to bring back for the second time STEVE HANKS and again he mixed yhe numbers up very well as all in the hall heard “Don’t Close Your Eyes” then upped the tempo with “Billy B Bad” along with “Things I Carry Around”.
P1150854The “GANG” then helped me do the RAFFLE DRAW then some more chatting ten it was time to bring back on stage for the final time tonight STEVE HANKS and he did “That’s Alright” then we were all off on a “Little Love Trip” then we all watched as “This Is Where The Cowboy Rides Away” all to soon that time had come round, but by the shouts for more that rang round the hall it was clear I would have to ask for one for the road and this was “Tougher Than The Rest”, there was a couple of numbers that stood out for me first up was “Seminole Wind” and “Seven Spanish Angels” which were brilliant.

From the “GANG” our thanks to STEVE for a night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC and to all who turned up thank you for your support for the “YOUR CLUB”.

Phil Wood