Great pics from The Stables

LOVE LOVE LOVED the James Warren and Friends gig at The Stables... but you can tell because it is written all over my face!

BORN TO WIN opened the show with their unique brand of positivity! We love these guys.

James' first set was mainly his solo material and some great Stackridge stuff. Brought to a climax with his 'boy band' song, 'You've Got The Love'.

Set Two was pure Korgis. Dumb Waiters, Boots and Shoes, If I Had You, the exquisite, 'Something About The Beatles', and of course, Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime'


Here is a video for Dumb Waiters.

Those that were there they seemed to enjoy it as much as we did!... If you wold like to keep in the loop, then Sign Up to the newsletter... and we promise not to send you rubbish!!  https://alsteele.bandzoogle.com/sign-up
Cheers Al

3 comments

  • casino-z
    casino-z Japan
    [url=https://kajino.fun/casino-z-japan/]z-casino japan[/url]
  • Kurt M. Speaks
    Kurt M. Speaks America
    Can someone please tell me what that's going to do for a [url=https://hoodsite.info/]hoodsite.info[/url] college student that's 5 foot tall and has arms the size of two silver dollars going to do if she sees her attacker before he gets to her! I'll throw a couple of scenarios out there.

    Can someone please tell me what that's going to do for a hoodsite.info college student that's 5 foot tall and has arms the size of two silver dollars going to do if she sees her attacker before he gets to her! I'll throw a couple of scenarios out there.

  • Matilda Bradley
    Matilda Bradley Alaska
    Antique lamps from the late 1800's - 1930 were very commonly made of the very finest quality materials such as iron, brass, bronze, marble, onyx and steel. Many of these antique [url=https://lampbee.com/]lampbee.com[/url] will still be around in another 100 years and their stock price is definitely up !

    Antique lamps from the late 1800's - 1930 were very commonly made of the very finest quality materials such as iron, brass, bronze, marble, onyx and steel. Many of these antique lampbee.com will still be around in another 100 years and their stock price is definitely up !

Add comment