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The Rock-itt : November 2010
Another Macarthur CMC artist was the legendary Michael “Boots” Morgan, who founded the Macarthur CMC 32 years ago. The experience and country music ‘know how’ shone through in this performance by “Boots” who had the audience with him all the way with “Walk on By”, “Don’t Be Cruel”, “Save the Last Dance”, “I Can’t Stop Loving You”, “Life Turned Her That Way” and the ever popular “Rawhide”. “Boots” and the band sounded terrific and would be at home in any company. It is once again time to remind ourselves how fortunate Belrose is to have so many top class artists available for our shows. What a privilege it is to welcome back the beautiful and talented Kel-Anne Brandt, who always knows which songs to do with our band so that the audience can hear her at her best. Today we loved her versions of “Silver Threads and Golden Needles”, “Walkin’ After Midnight”, “Crazy”, “Banks of the Ohio” (with Geoff’s bass vocal backing), “These Boots are made for Walking”, “Oh Lonesome Me” and “ Bye Bye Love” with her own “I’m a Big Girl Now”. We all look forward to Kel-Anne’s return ASAP. This high quality show wasn’t over yet because next on the list was the versatile and capable Garry Wade with his smooth appealing vocals on guitar at first and then on piano and also leading the band superbly. Garry had us singing along and dancing to his very enjoyable bracket including “Don’t Make Me Dance”, “Bar Room Roses”, “Baby Blue”, “Talk Back Tremblin’ Lips”, “Two Teardrops”, “Seven Shades of Lipstick”, “Starlight, Starbright”, “I Love You Too Much, Too Much For My Own Good” and “Vertical Expression of Horizontal Desire”. Now how good was that?? The finale with Geoff Williams had all the performers and each muso doing a solo and this rounded off another wonderful afternoon of country music. Some even said it was “the best ever” again. NEWPORT MARKET DAY SUNDAY 14 NOVEMBER Come to Newport for Market Day and pay a visit to the Red Cross Little Shop of Treasures. There are lots of great things to buy at extremely low prices. The red cross shop is situated in the small lane way between the Japanese restaurant and the hair dressing salon. Look for the Red Cross flag!