The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #123157   Message #2711731
Posted By: The Borchester Echo
29-Aug-09 - 06:07 PM
Thread Name: Folklore: 'The Singer's Club'
Subject: RE: Folklore: 'The Singer's Club'
Actually I found what went on in the B&B a bit of a popularist mish-mash run by ancient 30+ Good Enough For F*lk beardies. Not like the "proper" sessions I'd wormed my way into after school and orchestra practice in Newcastle. As far as I can remember, I only went to the Princess Louise which certainly sold beer and continued to do so in all the years I subsequently attended NUJ meetings there.

Ha! So "Hootenanny" wasn't invited to the K&Q party then? Or perhaps couldn't find the pub. Talking of "immaturity", isn't it time you dropped your ridiculous feud of 50 years duration with a man who is 20 years dead and whose musical contribution and legacy is massive? Jim Carroll is right, Ewan didn't tell you or anyone else what they should be doing. He went off and set an example, and did what he did. Well.

Oh. What was the question?