As usual many, many great singaround moments. Some will remember with great affection Marie Little joining in the afternoon singaround. Personnally I could listen to Ken's wonderful collection of songs all day. What about Jan, great voice, great guitar marvellous songs. Vince and his mandolin, Maureen with her serene violin, Terry on the banjo, Sandra on the flute, Elliot on the violin, Colin's melodeon, Mark's unaccompanied singing, and on and on. Your all superstars! Who did you enjoy hearing, tell us with a comments
The campsite singarounde went on until 5 and 6 in the morning, let us know with a comment what you were singing and some of the highlights, if you remember!
Some great dances from Stone the Crows on Thursday evening, here you can see the pub landlady Lynne joining in. Click here to see the pictures. Click Read More to see video
The Anthony John Clark band was expanded by the addition of Dennis Wayne on a borrowed bass just minutes before they went on; a fast car was sent to pick up the bass guitar. Right from the start Anthony John said they would give us a slow song to fall in love, then a fast one to get up and dance and this is exactly what they did; not sure who fell in love but we saw the ones that got up and danced.
Bernard Cromarty had warmed up the audience which was ready for something different when Ken Nicol strode on to the stage and after some swift tuning launched into a recently composed instrumental which hasn't been named yet.
We were spellbound by the end but the perfectionist in Ken clearly wasn't 100% happy. Next we were treated to some blues with Sitting On Top Of The World and then a ragtime instrumental Rags To Riches, territory which is home to Ken as he relaxed into his afternoon performance.