Scratchy noises workshop no 7 with “The Man – The Legend” Nigel Gatherer.
It was the first time that we have tried the Masons Hall in Chryston due to the Crowwood hotel being booked, and it seemed to work out just fine. We had 25 plus Nigel and fitted in nicely with the chairs slightly staggered. Refreshments
were soup and sandwiches (from local supplier ‘Feast’) plus fresh fruit, crisps, tea, coffee, cookies and juices.
The people were a good mix of well mannered, fun loving, “musicians” having travelled from far and wide through the snow, wind and rain. (Except Roy who got snowed in on the A77)
We managed to get through all 5 of the tunes that were prepared for the day. See the blog cos the names are too long for me to type in on my phone.
Duke of Fife’s Welcome To Deeside
I am going to keep this short as I am in curlers pub with Archie, Jim and Valerie going to eat fish and chips before Finlay arrives to do the slow session.
Nigel brought his knowledge of how to keep many different people together musically and socially as usual. Well done Nigel. Lots of things for working on later as well.
…got to go my beer is getting warm.
Keep on Scratching.