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The Rock-itt : April 2010
highlight came when Lester made MC Geoff Williams "behave" and used him in a sparkling duet as his Australian Amateur Hour partner of other days, Bob Ford. Together Lester and Geoff performed It's A Sin To Tell A Lie with the audience joining in too. A consummate performer ... the great Lester V. Coombs! With something altogether different, we are blessed to have the services of Carl Sullivan at our disposal. You can always rely on the accomplished Carl to provide a set of country songs which the dancers love. Carl's great country voice and more-than-competent guitar work, with the support of Ridgie Didge, gave us We're Supposed To Do That Now & Then, Jaded Lover, Tonight We Might Fall In Love, Good News After Bad, You're The Reason and the song for his new dance taught earlier, Navajo Rug. Proving that Carl is very popular, the audience called for mote, and his encore was Cowgirls Get The Blues. Geoff Williams rounded off the show with sing-along songs Little Bitty Tear and She Thinks I Still Care and, in line with Lester's Amateur Hour experience, everyone joined in the chorus of Chad Morgan's Sheik Of Scrubby Creek. All performers and muso's took to the stage (not the one getting out of town) for the big finale. It was all fun with some notable performances, but none more spectacular than the drum solo/duet performed simultaneously by Darryl Hennessy and Murray Hassan. Something else that! Thanks to all who took part. NB No concert in April (ANZAC Day). Next Show: 2nd May features: The Brothers 3, Tiana Mackenzie, Bob Brown, The Harrisons