Stone Cold Country
Stone Cold Country

With the Hall all set up with the Wolf Throws and most of the Tables up and ready our Artists for the night turned up around 4.30 and got set up in good time and even had time for a break before start time. With the hall filling up it was time for me to introduce to all STONE COLD COUNTRY and off they went with “Just To See You Smile” and “This Is Me Missing You” onto “Things I Carry Around” then we all met up with the “Ghost Riders” an instrumental from STEVE on Guitar. Also included were “Cowboy Rides Away” along with “Heart On The Line” the George Jones number “He Stopped Loving Her Today” then we all met up with “Billy B Bad”. STONE COLD COUNTRY also did “Heaven In My Woman’s Eyes” and the Waylon number “Rose Of Paradise” and closed with Oh Lonesome Me” the Don Gibson number.

During the break time for the “WHATS on LIST” just one maybe then on goes the Compare Hat as I bring back on stage STONE COLD COUNTRY who were “Tempted” to “Call Me When It’s Over” because they were “Messed Up In Memphis” then we were off to where “The Corn Don’t Grow”. RAY and STEVE moved onto “Help Me Make It Through The Night” then it was STEVE doing another Instrumental which was “Buckaroo” onto some “Dangerous Curves” then “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” under the “Neon Moon” where we met up with “Liza Jane” and closed the spot with “When You Walk In The Room”.

Stone Cold Country
Stone Cold Country

The RAFFLE was drawn in the break then all to soon it was time to bring back STONE COLD COUNTRY for the final time tonight and “Should Have Asked Her Faster” along with “Same Thing Happened To Me” as well as “Seven Spanish Angels” and moved things along with “One Night At A Time” then we all went off to “Margaritaville” where we all saw the “Galway Girl” along with the “First Fool In Line” and it was “Seven Nights To Rock” that closed the show but know one more was wanted and for all the Ladies in the hall “High Class Lady” was the number that closed tonight’s show. From RAY and STEVE a superb night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC with a lot of number’s not heard two numbers tonight stood out for me first up “Call Me When It’s Over” and an Instrumental which STONE COLD COUNTRY have made their own this was “Rocky Top” both in there own right were Brilliant, so from the “GANG” a big THANK YOU to RAY and STEVE both superb at what Instruments they play and to all who keep supporting the LONE WOLF C.M.C. and more to the point help put everything away after the show.

Phil Wood

Rob Childs
Rob Childs

Show number Five tonight everything in the Hall set up and ready for the off and our Artist for the night here and setting up the Gear, Sound Checks done and still plenty of time before start time. Start time rolls round and for the first time tonight I introduce to all ROB CHILDS so what can we all expect to see and hear. It was off to” Chatahoochee” to find the “Stars On The Water” but somehow they had gone “Missing”. From ROB it was then onto “There Goes My Heart” then we were off for a bit of “Tulsa Time” along with “Liza Jane” and ROB said “She’s Got The Rhythm” and moved along with “All My Exes Live In Texas” then came “Bonaparte’s Retreat” after which was “Two Of A Kind” and closed with “Working On A Full House”.

During the break is the WHATS on LIST well we have got STONE COLD COUNTRY and that is it. Time to get back to the compare bit and bring back ROB for the second time and off he went with “Love Bug” along with “Adalina” then along came a couple of Bluegrass numbers “Blueridge Mountain Blues” along with “Rolling In My Sweet Baby’s Arms” which came over very well. ROB also included “Right On The Money” and “I’m Just An old Chunk Of Coal” followed by “Where An I Gonna Live” and it was “Highway Forty Blues” and the oldie “Ashes Of Love” and closed with “The Fireman”.

I did the RAFFLE DRAW in the break and thanked all for supporting the Club, then for the final time brought ROB back on stage away he went with “Honky Tonk Man” along with “Five O’Clock Somewhere” then he found “A Tear In My Beer” and we met up with the “Galway Girl” and closed with “Guitars, Cadillacs” I had to ask ROB for one more and this was “Not Counting You”. There were three numbers that for me stood out they were “Your The Reason” along with “Imagine That” as well as “I’m Crying My Heart Out Over You” proper COUNTRY MUSIC which you don’t hear from ROB much but as he said tonight (his words) I have really enjoyed myself tonight because I can do what “I WANT TO DO” and don’t have to worry about singing the top 40 Line Dance Songs. This is what it should be like singers doing what they want to do not being “TOLD WHAT TO DO” I will get off my Soapbox now, and again from the “GANG thank you very much ROB, see you again in December.

Phil Wood

Roots & Wings
Roots & Wings

Hall all set up and our Artist for tonight which was lucky for us as two other different Artists could not make it because of something called “LOCKDOWN” so at late notice up stepped ROOTS and WINGS, great to see MICHAEL and KELLY at the Club again and it was “Loves Gonna Live Here Again” then “Your Good Girls Gonna Go Bad” and the “Suds In The Bucket” got things moving along very well. They then moved onto “Blanket On The Ground” “First Fool In Line” and “Coat Of Many Colours” along with the Patsy Cline number “I Fall To Pieces” then they wanted to “Close Up The Honky Tonks” and ROOTS and WINGS closed the spot with “Down At The Twist And Shout”.

During the break time for the WHATS on LIST well yes we have ---------- next week. Then back come ROOTS and WINGS who were “Going Through Hell” along with “Just To See You Smile” then it was a Leanne Womack number “Forever Every Day” as well as the Alan Jackson number “Remember When”. From ROOTS and WINGS we all heard “Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses” along with the Randy Travis number “For Ever And Ever Amen” and closed the spot with the up tempo number “If I Could I Would”.

Time for me to do the RAFFLE DRAW with this done and dusted time for the final time tonight to bring back ROOTS and WINGS who took us for a ride in the “57 Chevrolet” and then said “Let The Teardrops Fall” onto “She’s In Love With The Boy” along with “Stay Young”. From ROOTS and WINGS we then heard a brilliant version of “Sweet Music Man” then on with “Things I Carry Around” along with “Texas When I Die” we all then went back in time as along came “When” the Kalin Twins hit then it was “Hello Mary Lou” the Rick Nelson number which brought us to the final number “Every Little Thing” but we did not hear this as KELLY talked her way through that, so onto the encore “Sweet Little Dangerous”.

Well that was the fourth Show we had put on after “LOCKDOWN” with still a lot of RULES to stick to but again another Brilliant night at the LONE WOLF C.M.C. with ROOTS and WINGS a great mixture of numbers from MICHAEL and KELLY, from the “GANG” a big THANK YOU for doing the Show tonight, take care and stay safe.

Phil Wood

Martin Jaye
Martin Jaye

With the Hall all set up with the Wolf Throws hanging on the wall and Tables set out with a lot of room in between and the Hall filling up, well maybe up to 35 people it was time for me to bring on stage for the first time tonight MARTIN JAYE who got things moving wit “First Fool In Line” the Don Williams number then along came that “Devil Woman” who was “Still Not Dead” then it was “ All My Exes Live In Texas” and they were all looking out for “Mr Man In The Moon”. That was a Great start to the Show and MARTIN then went on with “Your My Best Friend” along with “Things I Carry Around” then “I Guess I’m Crazy” and the up tempo version of “Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down” also included were “Long Time Gone” and “Amanda” and the spot closed with “Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On”.

During the break I did the WHATS on LIST welllllllllllllllllll on here next week, then back came MARTIN for the second time tonight with “My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You” onto “Two Horses” then he tried to “Stop The World” before “Setting The Woods On Fire”. It was then on with another bit of Hank with “Cheating Heart” and the Elvis number “It’s Now Or Never” then MARTIN said “I Just Wanna Dance With You” then we were all off to the “Guitar Town” and “Mercury Blues” closed the spot.

I managed to do the RAFFLE DRAW during the break then Compare hat back on to bring back MARTIN for the final time tonight “It Must Be Love” and “Where The Corn Don’t Grow” along with “Rose Of Paradise”. Also MARTIN included “Together Again” then we all had a “Waltz Across Texas” along with “Don’t You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me” and closed with “Margaritaville” it was time then to ask MARTIN to do one for the road and this was “Falsom {Prison Blues”.

Another Brilliant night put on by MARTIN at the LONE WOLF C.M.C. you could see the MARTIN enjoyed what he was doing tonight no List’s of numbers to sing he just did what he wanted to do and it was a Brilliant mix of numbers from him and we all had the pleasure watching and hearing the other side of MARTIN JAYE tonight the COUNTRY SIDE of MARTIN, from the “GANG” and all in the hall thanks once again MARTIN see you back here next year.

Phil Wood

Chris Harris
Chris Harris

Now the Club is up and running the weeks seem to fly by and I am back in the hall getting ready for tonight’s Show. Start time rolls round and time for me to bring on stage all the way from Wales CHRIS HARRIS who took us all down to the “City Of New Orleans” where we had to “Act Naturally” in front of “Mr Man In The Moon”, great start to the evening from CHRIS who then moved onto “If Love Was A Mountain” and “Don’t Rock The Jukebox” also “Don’t Close Your Eyes”. Also in this spot we all heard “Neon Moon” “Me And Bobby McGee” and it was “Tulsa Time” that closed the spot.

Chris Harris
Chris Harris

During the break I did the What’s on List then back came CHRIS for the second time tonight, “Much To Young” along with “Things I Carry Around” and “Stars On The Water” which got things on the right track. We all then had some “Poor Boy Blues” down in the “Young Mans Town” where we found a “Rose Of Paradise”. Chris kept things moving with “Should Have Asked Her Faster” along with “Whenever You Come Around” and it was “Sail My Vessel” that brought the spot to a close.

Raffle Draw was done in the break then for the Final time tonight time to bring back CHRIS who was “Past The Point Of Rescue” onto “Till I Gain Control Again” next was “I Believe In You” and along came a “Good Hearted Woman”. Also heard from CHRIS was “Silver Wings” “Feel Like Going Home” and a Brilliant version of “Little Rock” that closed the show I ask Chris to do one more and this was “This Is Where The Cowboy Rides Away”.

Another strange night at the Club but from Chris a Brilliant night with a lot of slow numbers and you could see that he had enjoyed what he did.

From the “GANG” thanks to all for your support and your help to clear the Hall and for sticking to the Very Strict Rules. For any information on the Club please ring Phil on 01732 666160, and please STAY SAFE.

Phil Wood.

Daniel Berry
Daniel Berry

Well at last the Club is up and running again and it was down to DANNY BERRY to get things moving and he did that with “You Can’t Read My Mind” “Tempted” along with the “High Class Lady” who said “I Just Wanna Dance With You”. DANNY moved on with “Not Counting You” along with a bit of a Cheeky one called “Rub It In” and moved onto “You Win Again” and the spot came to a close with a bit of “Triple Mix”.

During the break time for the “What’s on List” LOL then time for me to bring back DANNY and we heard “Good Hearted Woman” along with “Don’t Rock The Jukebox” then things slowed down for the Faron Young number “Four In The Morning” and along came “The Fireman”. DANNY then moved onto one where he plays all the Instruments heard which was “I Catch Myself Crying” a brilliant number. Also we all heard “Heartaches By The Number” and “Knock Three Times” onto the Don Gibson number Sea Of Heart Break” and “Cheating Heart” the old Hank Williams number.

Daniel Berry
Daniel Berry

Another short break when I had time to do the RAFFLE DRAW, then time to put on the Compare Hat and bring DANNY back on stage for the Final time tonight and again a great mix of numbers like “Whiskey Under The Bridge” then we had some “Summertime Blues” before meeting up with “Mr Lonely” along with “Seven Nights To Rock” some of the up tempo numbers. DANNY did a great version on the Kenny Rogers number “The Gambler” also “Some Girls Will” do a bit of “Vertical Expression” “Just To See You Smile”. We also heard a couple of numbers from back in the Fifties these being “Donna” the Marty Wilde hit and “Halfway To Paradise” the Billy Fury number and all to early the Final number was next in line and “If Tomorrow Never Comes” closed the show, time then for me to ask for one more and this was “Here Comes My Baby” which did bring the show to an end. All in all a Brilliant night from DANNY BERRY buy a very strange night, No Dancing, No Clapping and Singing along not even now to Shout for One More the Compare has to do that, but everyone seemed very happy to stick to the Rules that have been put in place.

The LONE WOLF C.M.C. has one Show each Sunday from now till Christmas if you want anymore information please ring PHIL on 01732 666160 and I will try and help out.

Phil Wood

 

I was at the Club early today and had most of the hall set up before our artists for tonight arrived, so as they set up I finished setting the Tables up and then was able to sit down and have a Coffee and a break.

The Storms
The Storms

As start time rolled round it was time for me to bring on stage for the first time tonight THE STORMS and away they went with “Your My Best Friend” then we were all under a “Blue Umberlla” while “Drinking Champagne” there was then a bit of “Triple Mix” before we all said “Hello Mary Lou”. THE STORMS then moved onto “The Running Kind” along with “Don’t Be Cruel” and “Oh Lonesome Me”, off we all went to meet up with “Mr Man In The Moon” who was down “Louisiana Way” where we all had some “Poor Boy Blues”. To close the spot we all heard the oldie “Made In Japan” and met the “Good Hearted Woman” who said “Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down”.

During the break time to do the “WHATS on LIST” to try help the Local Clubs out then putting the Compare hat on to bring back THE STORMS who took us all to the “Sea Of Heartbreak” where we met up with “Billy B Bad” who gave us “Eighteen Yellow Roses” and said “I Just Wanna Dance With You”. Back in time we went with THE STORMS for “Act Naturally” and “He Stopped Loving Her Today” of then in the “57 Chevrolet” then it was “Silver Wings” along with “It’s Four In The Morning”, and we also heard “Dirt On My Boots” along with “Don’t Come Crying To Me”.

Time for the “GANG” to do the RAFFLE DRAW this done and dusted a chance to chat to some of the people in the hall, then all to soon time to bring back on stage for the final time tonight THE STORMS who got things on the right track with “Annie’s Song” then “Your Cheating Heart” along with “Stop The World” then along came “Heartaches By The Numbers” then onto a great version of “My Diana” then along came the “Working Man” and the “High Class Lady” and a bit of “Oh Boy” the Buddy Holly number. THE STORMS did three more numbers “Falsom Prison Blues” and “Never Go Home” and it was “Me And Bobby McGee” that closed the show, but no by the shouts for more that rang round the hall I could see I would have to ask for more, so knowing what THE STORMS are like I asked for two more, and it was “Don’t Close Your Eyes” from ASHLEY the RICK took over for “Borrowed Angel” and that did close a Brilliant night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC at the LONE WOLF C.M.C. From the “GANG” a big thank you to THE STORMS and again to all who put their “BUMS ON SEATS” to support “YOUR CLUB”.

Phil Wood

Donna Wilde
Donna Wilde

With the hall nearly ready with Flags, Tee Shirts, Wolf Throws and all the Tables decked out our artist for the night turned up and set up did a Sound Check and was ready with plenty of time to spare, so it was drinks all round. When start time rolled round time for me to introduce to all in the hall DONNA WYLDE and from her in the first spot we all heard “Please Help Me I’m Falling” then there were some “Silver Wings” along with a bit of “Triple Mix” DONNA moved onto “Don’t Come Crying To Me” then it was onto the old Joe South number “Games People Play” then we were all told to “Walk On By” and the final three numbers were “You Lied To Me” the Elvis number “Don’t Be Cruel” and the spot closed with 1.2.3.

During the break I did the “WHATS on LIST” for the local Clubs this done time to bring back DONNA for the second time tonight and it was “But I Do” along with “Pick Me Up On Your Way Down” and “Help Me Make It Through The Night” that got things on the right track. Donna then moved onto “Hill Billy Girl” then we all had a touch of the “Honky Tonk Blues” along with “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain”, the tempo went up for “Cest Lav Vie” and the final number of the spot was “Feeling Kinda Lonely Tonight”

Time for the “GANG” to help me do the RAFFLE DRAW with this done time to have a chat to some of the people in the hall, then for the final time tonight I introduced to all in the hall DONNA and she brought along the “Good Hearted Woman” and moved onto “Dreaming My Dreams” the Waylon number on then to “Before The Next Teardrop Falls” on then to “The Best Part Of The Day Is The Night” along with “Blue Rose Is”. DONNA then moved on with “Love Me Tonight” along with “One Night At A Time” along with one not heard a lot “Jessico” and the show closed with “Just To See You Smile” it was clear that I would have to ask for one for the road and this was “Johnny B Goode”. For the first time at the Club DONNA put on a great night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC for all who turned up, from the “GANG” to all who keep supporting “YOUR CLUB” thank you all very much.

Phil Wood