I’m afraid I’m in a bit of a dash again as I’m away tomorrow in the recording studio and then I’m singing all day in High Wycombe on Sunday for the Vintage Family Fair. I’m going to be staying over in High Wycombe on Saturday night which will save me time driving all the way back from the studio so I’m afraid I can’t spend too long blogging tonight. I need to sort out my music and pack something smart to wear for Sunday. I can’t make up my mind what to wear!
This week was the start of my Easter Bonnet shows which I have to say is one of my favourites. The show has some lovely music in it and on Thursday I had two shows back to back in London. My friends Robert and Sylvia very kindly invited me for tea between times which was very kind of them and most enjoyable. Although Thursday was St Patrick’s day neither of my shows were Irish in content. My first performance was a 1920s and 30s one while my other was an Easter Bonnet show. Both went really well even if during my second show I successfully caught my heel in the carpet fell over during the dance break and finished the song “There’s a Small Hotel” with only one shoe! What can I say that’s shoe business! From Monday I have a run of Easter Bonnet shows which will be taking me right through to the beginning of April and then I start on the music for the Queens 90th Birthday celebrations.
Don’t forget if you would like to see me I will be performing this Sunday at Adams Park Stadium, Hillbottom Road, Sands, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP12 4HJ. I will be on stage from 11am – 4pm singing music from the 1920s – 1960s 20 minutes on 20 minutes off all through the day.
Oh before I forget I hope it wont be too long before I have the finished 1950s 60s show reel to show you all. David has a poorly family member which has ment he has had to put things on hold for a while, so we wish him and his family all the very best and I shall keep you posted.
Keep Watching this space and Toodle Pip!