I was at the Club early today and had most of the hall set up before our artists for tonight arrived, so as they set up I finished setting the Tables up and then was able to sit down and have a Coffee and a break.

The Storms
The Storms

As start time rolled round it was time for me to bring on stage for the first time tonight THE STORMS and away they went with “Your My Best Friend” then we were all under a “Blue Umberlla” while “Drinking Champagne” there was then a bit of “Triple Mix” before we all said “Hello Mary Lou”. THE STORMS then moved onto “The Running Kind” along with “Don’t Be Cruel” and “Oh Lonesome Me”, off we all went to meet up with “Mr Man In The Moon” who was down “Louisiana Way” where we all had some “Poor Boy Blues”. To close the spot we all heard the oldie “Made In Japan” and met the “Good Hearted Woman” who said “Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down”.

During the break time to do the “WHATS on LIST” to try help the Local Clubs out then putting the Compare hat on to bring back THE STORMS who took us all to the “Sea Of Heartbreak” where we met up with “Billy B Bad” who gave us “Eighteen Yellow Roses” and said “I Just Wanna Dance With You”. Back in time we went with THE STORMS for “Act Naturally” and “He Stopped Loving Her Today” of then in the “57 Chevrolet” then it was “Silver Wings” along with “It’s Four In The Morning”, and we also heard “Dirt On My Boots” along with “Don’t Come Crying To Me”.

Time for the “GANG” to do the RAFFLE DRAW this done and dusted a chance to chat to some of the people in the hall, then all to soon time to bring back on stage for the final time tonight THE STORMS who got things on the right track with “Annie’s Song” then “Your Cheating Heart” along with “Stop The World” then along came “Heartaches By The Numbers” then onto a great version of “My Diana” then along came the “Working Man” and the “High Class Lady” and a bit of “Oh Boy” the Buddy Holly number. THE STORMS did three more numbers “Falsom Prison Blues” and “Never Go Home” and it was “Me And Bobby McGee” that closed the show, but no by the shouts for more that rang round the hall I could see I would have to ask for more, so knowing what THE STORMS are like I asked for two more, and it was “Don’t Close Your Eyes” from ASHLEY the RICK took over for “Borrowed Angel” and that did close a Brilliant night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC at the LONE WOLF C.M.C. From the “GANG” a big thank you to THE STORMS and again to all who put their “BUMS ON SEATS” to support “YOUR CLUB”.

Phil Wood

Donna Wilde
Donna Wilde

With the hall nearly ready with Flags, Tee Shirts, Wolf Throws and all the Tables decked out our artist for the night turned up and set up did a Sound Check and was ready with plenty of time to spare, so it was drinks all round. When start time rolled round time for me to introduce to all in the hall DONNA WYLDE and from her in the first spot we all heard “Please Help Me I’m Falling” then there were some “Silver Wings” along with a bit of “Triple Mix” DONNA moved onto “Don’t Come Crying To Me” then it was onto the old Joe South number “Games People Play” then we were all told to “Walk On By” and the final three numbers were “You Lied To Me” the Elvis number “Don’t Be Cruel” and the spot closed with 1.2.3.

During the break I did the “WHATS on LIST” for the local Clubs this done time to bring back DONNA for the second time tonight and it was “But I Do” along with “Pick Me Up On Your Way Down” and “Help Me Make It Through The Night” that got things on the right track. Donna then moved onto “Hill Billy Girl” then we all had a touch of the “Honky Tonk Blues” along with “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain”, the tempo went up for “Cest Lav Vie” and the final number of the spot was “Feeling Kinda Lonely Tonight”

Time for the “GANG” to help me do the RAFFLE DRAW with this done time to have a chat to some of the people in the hall, then for the final time tonight I introduced to all in the hall DONNA and she brought along the “Good Hearted Woman” and moved onto “Dreaming My Dreams” the Waylon number on then to “Before The Next Teardrop Falls” on then to “The Best Part Of The Day Is The Night” along with “Blue Rose Is”. DONNA then moved on with “Love Me Tonight” along with “One Night At A Time” along with one not heard a lot “Jessico” and the show closed with “Just To See You Smile” it was clear that I would have to ask for one for the road and this was “Johnny B Goode”. For the first time at the Club DONNA put on a great night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC for all who turned up, from the “GANG” to all who keep supporting “YOUR CLUB” thank you all very much.

Phil Wood

Martin Jaye
Martin Jaye

I had got the Wolf Throws and Tee Shirts up on the walls and windows and the Tables about to be set up our Artist for tonight walked into the hall stage was ready for him to set up and do a Sound Check, while I got the Tables finished off then ANGELA and KEITH from the GOLDEN SPURS C.M.C. walked into the hall and helped to the Table Lights and Chairs out, so everything was ready for the off. Start time rolled round and time for me to bring on stage MARTIN JAYE and away he went with “Send Me The Pillow” and “All My X’s Live In Texas” then along came “Two Horses” onto “Laid Back In Low Key” off to met the “Working Man” who had a “Tear In My Beer” MARTIN moved onto a couple of slow numbers “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” and “Life Turned Her That Way” then it was off to “Luckenback Texas” where the “Ladies Love Outlaws” and MARTIN closed the spot with “Working On My Next Broken Heart”.

Time during the break for me to do the “WHATS on LIST” and after a short break time for me to bring back on stage MARTIN JAYE who was having a “Waltz Across Texas” onto “Cheating Heart” and “Hey Good Looking ” on with “Please Help Me I’m Falling”. MARTIN then moved onto “Singing The Blues”, “Lovebug” ,”Setting The Woods On Fire” and “My Shoes Keep Walking By To You”. We all heard “Ramblin’ Man” “Together Again” “Your My Best Friend” and closed with “Some Broken Hearts”.

Martin Jaye
Martin Jaye

The “Gang” then do the RAFFLE DRAW, with this done time for me for the final time tonight to bring back MARTIN JAYE who started with a ”Bit of Willie” up went the tempo with “Don’t Rock The Jukebox” along with “Bad Moon Rising” onto “Trail Of Tears” along with “Guitar Town” and “Guitars, Cadilacs and he moved onto “Don’t Think Hank Done It That Way” on with “Frame Of Mind” onto A Love As True As Mine” then along came “Imagine That” next there was “This Is Where The Cowboy Rides Away” and it was “This Highway” was the number that closed the show, it was very clear that I would have to ask MARTIN to do one for the road, and having ANGELA and KEITH here tonight gave me a chance to ask MARTIN to do “Friends In Low Places” and we all were treated to a Demo Dance from ANGELA and KEITH and some of our Dancers to do the Partner Dance to this number. I think you can all see from the Songs above MARTIN did a night of PURE COUNTRY MUSIC and this showed very well in his Body Language he really enjoyed what he was able to do throughout the evening and we all found out MARTIN is a True Waylon Jennings Fan. These are not my words tonight as all in the Hall said MARTIN had put on a BRILLIANT NIGHT of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC and it was good to see a Singer do what he wanted to do, from the “GANG” Thank You MARTIN and again to all who supported “YOUR CLUB” by putting your “BUMS on SEATS” this is what is keeping the Club running. To MARTIN and MARIA just to say the LONE WOLF C.M.C. will not be changing at all this is what the people want and this is what the “GANG” aim to give them glad you enjoyed coming to the Club.

Phil Wood

Dave Montana
Dave Montana

Tonight the Hall was decked out with Flags, Tee Shirts and Wolf Throws and all the Tables had Clothes, Table Flags, Candle Lights and a Dish of Nibbles and our Artist for the night was Set up and Sound Checked so it was Cup of Coffee before it was time for me to introduce to all in the Hall DAVE MONTANA who got things moving with “I Break The Rules” and “I Just Wanna Dance With You” then it was “Lay Down Sally” next we met up with “Mr Man In The Moon” who said there was “No Place To Hide”. DAVE also included “Devil Woman” “One Night At A Time” along with “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and the spot came to a close with “Drinking Champagne”.

During the break I did the “WHATS on LIST” of all the Clubs in the area, and had a bit of time to have a Natter to some of the people in the hall, it was then time to bring back on stage DAVE MONTANA and it was “Heartaches By The Numbers” along with “Heaven Is Closed” and “I Sang Dixie” got DAVE off to a good start, then along came “Jack Daniels If You Please” onto “Look At Us” along with “Loving All Night” then we all met the “Man Of Constance Sorrow” who had some “Poor Boy Blues” and we all heard “Same Thing Happened To Me” “She Never Makes Me Cry” and it was “Straight Tequila” that closed the spot.

The rest of the “GANG” SUE, PAM and CHRIS then helped me do the RAFFLE DRAW this done and dusted it was time for me for the final time tonight to introduce to all DAVE MONTANA and it was “Day Of The Dead” along with “Take It Easy” that got things on the right track, DAVE then went on a number about Johnny Cash which was “White Pills And Whisky” then we were offered some “Cheap Cologne” back in time for “Today I Started Loving You Again” along with “This Is Where The Cowboy Rides Away”. From DAVE we all heard a couple more numbers first up was “The Breeze” and closed the show with “Behind The Clouds” it was clear that I would have to ask DAVE for one more and this was different as I gave DAVE a Chair he sat down with his Guitar and no BACKING TRACKS and Sang and Played “Chain Of Love” which was Brilliant as was the Show DAVE put on for all who turned up tonight. From the “GANG” again Thank You DAVE for bringing us all a Brilliant night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC and to all who keep supporting “YOUR CLUB” putting your “BUMS on SEATS” is keeping the Club running.

Phil Wood

The Keeleys
The Keeleys

I nearly had the hall decked out with Flags, Tee Shirts. Wolf Throws and all the Tables set up when our Artists for tonight turned up, and they were soon set up Sound Checked and ready to go, so time for a Coffee and a rest before it was time for me to bring on stage for the first time tonight BOB and JOE KEV who are of course the KEELEYS and away they went with “Talk Is Cheap”, “One Night At A Time” also “This Is Where The Cowboy Rides Away” on with “Same Thing Happened To Me”. It was time for JOE KEV to take centre stage as he sang and played “Carbo San Lucas” along with “Dirt On My Boots” and the spot closed with “Gentle On My Mind”.

During the break time for me to do the “WHATS on LIST” and CHRIS from the “GANG” to go round and sell Raffle Tickets, with all this done it was time for me to introduce to all in the hall the KEELEYS and off they went with “My Rifle, My Pony And Me” along with “I Just Wanna Dance With You” along with “Some Of The Things I Carry Around” a bit of Rock with “All Shook Up” back with “Guitars, Cadilacs” on with “Hello Mary Lou” and “Places” JOE KEV was then heard doing “Drinking Problem” along with “Family Tradition” and the spot closed with a bit more Rock with “Jailhouse Rock”

The Keeleys
The Keeleys

Time for the “GANG” to help me out doing the RAFFLE DRAW this done and dusted had a bit of time to have a natter to some of the people in the hall, when you can find out how they think the Club is going. All to soon it was time for me for the final time tonight to bring back on stage the KEELEYS and it was JOE KEV who got things on the right track with “Copperhead Road” and “Galway Girl”, BOB then took centre stage with “Thank You” along with “Codigo” then along came a bit of “The Breeze” that blew in the “High Class Lady” who said “Just Wanna Dance The Night Away” and it was “Here Comes My Baby” that closed the show, it was clear that I would have to ask for one for the road, which turned into two which was “Man Of Constance Sorrow” along with “Billy B Bad”. If you add to these “Bonaparte’s Retreat” ”Cherokee Boogie” and “Hello Darling” the KEELEYS had put on a Brilliant night a the LONE WOLF C.M.C., on one side of the stage there is BOB a True Entertainer in every way, and on the other side of the stage JOE KEV a very talented young man who will go a long way in what ever he does. From the “GANG” a big thank you to the KEELEYS, for a Brilliant night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC , and to all who supported “YOUR CLUB” keep coming and your club will keep running.

Phil Wood

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