Thursday, 28 September 2017

Last night's set lists

At The Habit, York: -

Ron Elderly: -
You Better Move On
Just My Imagination

Da Elderly: -
Human Highway
I'm Just A Loser

The Elderly Brothers: -
When Will I Be Loved
Crying In The Rain
The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
If Not For You
Baby What You Want Me To Do

Given that it was throwing it down outside, we were astonished that the place was so full. A sizeable chunk of the audience was made up of students from the college of music and they entertained us for the best part of an hour in various ensembles, solo, duo and trio. Nonagenarian Don went down a storm with acapella renditions of That Certain Smile and Around The World. Regular Deb sang Kate Rusby's Cruel and a song of her own, but I didn't catch the title. A couple holidaying from 'the mighty Boro' introduced themselves saying that they'd come specially to hear The Elderly Brothers having enjoyed our 'turn' on their last visit, sometime last year - we have fans!! They requested "that Jimmy Reed song" and we duly obliged. We also introduced a "new" song to our repertoire - Bobby Vee's hit The Night Has A Thousand Eyes which was well received. Don confirmed his charmer status by dancing with a young lass during our set - strictly ballroom of course.

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