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March 1st was an absolutely stellar evening of music at Milverton (click on pics for more pics)


Thanks to
Trish
for the photos. 
Bev, Trevor & Simon
on sound.
Helen, Trish & Denise
front of house.

Silver Street Band ( Andrew Bev Tone & Giles )

Blackdown Hillbillies ( Alan Stuart Mike and Phil )

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We've had some good nights at the club but March was truly exceptional. We were packed out and the support from our audience to a fantastic range of music from all of our musicians was tremendous.

Keltia 
Brian and  Gwyneth
Bennellick,
Charlotte Wakefeld
Sally Jenkins,

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Gabbi & Giles Newman Turner

Seb Pollack

Bob Gallie

John Middleton

The Blackdown Hillbillies kicked off the evening in style followed by Seb Pollack who sang his own song for his dads birthday, Gabbi & Giles were as always excellent, and it was good to see John Middleton back in action again. Paul and Jane sang and played beautifully two of their own songs, so pleased to see Jane again. The first half closed with an extended spot from Keltia a lovely blend of Gwyneth's voice with guitar harp and flute. Greg Hancock launched his new CD and played our feature spot singing some lovely songs from his new album. Peter Luke and James Richardson made a very welcome return to the club and followed by two songs from our friend Bob Gallie. There was an amazing spot from Ian Muir, a professional accordionist from Scotland who was in the area on a teaching assignment. His mastery of the instrument was illustrated by his playing of airs, reels and waltzes, a truly outstanding musician who went down a storm. The Silver Street band played a couple of to close this amazing evening of music.

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