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In the Footsteps of The Beatles

64 years and 7 days after an early iteration of the Beatles appearing there, we played St. Thomas’ Hall in Keith.  We received a much more enthusiastic welcome than they encountered!

Is this indicative of our future sucess?!

St Thomas’ church volunteers put on a splendid event which attracted a large and generous audience for their fundraiser.

A quick pack up and then down the road to Insch-Leslie-Premnay-Oyne parish church for their Soup Sandwiches and Saxophone fundraising concert.

Again, we received a very warm welcome and an excellent lunch to fuel our efforts. One of the audience was up and dancing to our rendition of Van Morrison’s Moondance!

Then back up the road to Strathbogie Drumblade church in Huntly for afternoon tea and saxophone.

Tight in space but generous in welcome this was a lovely end to the tour for the day.

Sunday morning came too soon but in beautiful sunshine we were back on the road again and up to the glorious gardens of Inchmarlo Retirement Village near Banchory. We had arranged to play twice here in case bad weather forced us and the audience to be squeezed inside the marquee.

As it was, the audience sat out on the lawn and we could spread ourselves out in the marquee.

What a lovely relaxing double event with a massively enthusiastic and generous audience.

Then on to the last event of the tour at The Phoenix Centre, Newton Dee.

their beautiful auditorium was a fitting venue for our grand finale and they gave us another fine and generous welcome.

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