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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