Less crowded at The Dashwood Arms


After a big turnout for the limited space at The Chequers last week, we had fewer for the much larger room at The Dashwood Arms this week. Of those who did come, John (sore throat) and Steve (no guitar or book of words), weren't able to perform. However, our number did include Richard and Andy, whom we don't see so often these days, and France, who can only come along with his harp to the larger venues. 
Karen's guitar playing has benefited from a summer of practice, and her she seems to sing particularly well when accompanying herself. Diamonds and Rust was very good tonight.

Fred first came along three years ago. The first thing he played was his own 'Elephant' song on guitar. He played it again tonight - and considerably less hesitantly than on that first visit! It was also good to hear John Martin's May You Never.

We're at the space-constrained Prince Albert next week, where I expect the usual big turnout.

Claytons Bar in Marlow is under new management, who approached us about hosting the club there. There are five Wednesdays in November, so we've agreed to give it a try then. More details closer to the time. 

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