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The Brook Theatre, Chatham, Kent
20th January 2011

The first night of the tour was a virtual sell out at The Brook.  Fantastic atmosphere with the general consensus amongst the band that this was the most enjoyable Brook concert since they started their annual visits back in 2004.

Thanks to Steve Shorey for the pic

The Brook Theatre, Chatham, Kent
20th January 2011

Fergus Feely - Cello Mandolin and Vocals


Thanks to Steve Shorey for the pic

The Brook Theatre, Chatham, Kent
20th January 2011

Jim Yardley - Mandolin, Whistles and Vocals


Thanks to Steve Shorey for the pic

The Brook Theatre, Chatham, Kent
20th January 2011

Colin Reece - Guitar, Octave Mandolin and Vocals


Thanks to Steve Shorey for the pic

The Brook Theatre, Chatham, Kent
20th January 2011

Ian Cutler - Electro Acoustic Violin, Keyboards and Vocals


Thanks to Steve Shorey for the pic

Rod Hamilton
21st January 2011

The role Rod Hamilton played in the flourishing folk scene of the Sixties and Seventies is always recognised by anyone who was around at the time, and the role he played in promoting the name of the early Bully Wee Band is unquestioned as far as the band members at the time are concerned as well.  Rod ran the Hammersmith Folk Centre at the Prince of Wales, Dalling Road in Hammersmith for more years than we or he can remember and the early Bully Wee line up of Jim and John Yardley and Colin Reece would often use the club as a testing ground for trying out new material when adding to their repertoire.
Rod and his lovely wife Alison bridged a more than thirty year gap when he turned up at the Ringwood club two or three years ago and this year dropped into the Village Pump Folk Club in Trowbridge.  This time we managed to get a photo, from the left Jim. Rod and Colin.  Hats off to you old mate, always good to see you.


Thanks to Alison Hamilton for the pic