Deniese Morrison with her painting, Fire, part of the Country
Art 4 Cancer
art exhibition at Tamworth Regional Gallery.
Art lover Brian Clarke gets some inside information from art
artist Glenda Gorton
Mick James and the Desert Men were a big hit at the Tudor,
Friday and Saturday mornings to a huge mob of fans. That's
quite a musical instrument Mick is playing - and he does it with
Amber Lawrence had a good crowd in to help her launch her new album
Legends bar at Wests. The delightful Barbara Baillie played guitar
backing vocals in Amber's band.
As well as introducing all his fabulous guests, Sam Smyth
spun a yarn or two
himself, much to the delight of the audience. This was the
first time Sam brought his
popular January show to Hats Off and was delighted with the turnout.
Rod Dowsett was the 'balladeer' component in Sam Smyth's show at the
Bowlo and sang some great originals.
Bill Kearns knows how to spin a yarn or two and did just that at
the City Bowlo. John Lloyd was funnier than a circus,
telling stories with his quick, dry wit and reciting some wonderful