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Thread #123157   Message #2711700
Posted By: GUEST,Hootenanny
29-Aug-09 - 05:19 PM
Thread Name: Folklore: 'The Singer's Club'
Subject: RE: Folklore: 'The Singer's Club'
I obviously misunderstand you. I got the impression that you along with several other singers joined the critics group and were helped greatly by what Ewan and Peggy taught you, is that not what you are saying in your postings. Perhaps "told us how to do it" was an unfortunate choice of words. I also get the impression from your various postings that you do hero-worship Ewan that isn't snide in my book or critical, many of us have heroes.

Borchester Echo,

So the answer to my question is NO. Yes I do know the King & Queen in Foley Street and remember it from the days when Curly Simon ran it but there is/was more than one pub with that name in London one of which happened to be in Paddington Green I don't know if it still exists. You seem also to be mis-informed if you thought that the B&BA was run by old codgers the oldest at the time of which I speak was in his thirties, others in their twenties. At least three venues where the B&BA held their get togethers did not serve alcohol so your immaturity would not have mattered at that time.