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In the Words of Meatloaf, Rock ‘n’ Roll In Rhu!



Enjoyable gig last night although my voice is suffering a bit today.

There were a lot of refugees from the sailing regatta which took place during the day at the gig. It's fair to say that these folks music of choice wouldn't be the blooze but they were a good crowd and responded really well. We played two sets of 90 minutes. (The question of whether I'm getting too old for this arose once again!)






Jim Schultz came along and took these photos. Jim is from the U.S.A. & is everything from a qualified chiropractor (amongst his clients are Rangers F.C. whose players know him as Doctor Jim) to sound man at the Clyde Bar, to the guy who pours the whisky at the Helensburgh Whisky Tasting Club! (Full account of proceedings on the blog next weekend!)


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