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PUBLISHED: 17:25 14 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:47 30 June 2010

TRAVELLING down from Lincolnshire tonight is Johney Marks, a top solo singer of mostly sentimental style who has established a programme of self-written numbers which has made him a favourite wherever he sings.

TRAVELLING down from Lincolnshire tonight is Johney Marks, a top solo singer of mostly sentimental style who has established a programme of self-written numbers which has made him a favourite wherever he sings. Make sure you are at the Kessingland WMC for Lowestoft CMC tonight.

Sunday at the Apollo has showman Henry Smith and his band. Visitors to the local clubs for several years, his loud vibrant style has given him a younger fans following. Henry likes to establish a contact with the audience and enjoy his evenings. There's a change of band on May 16 from Tom Williams to a band called West Country, who are excellent for dancing and have a modern style of country which will ensure a good evening's entertainment.

On May 19, at Fisher Theatre, Bungay there is a performance by the popular Bob Brolly, so contact the theatre box office as soon as possible.

On Thursday at the Ghost Riders in Norwich, song-writing couple Cardy and Coke, are on stage; many years on the circuit, this duo is well recommended.

It was good to hear Roy Waller is progressing and at present is in the Addenbrook's Hospital. He would like to hear from you but strictly no visitors. Address for him is Roy Waller, ward D5, PO Box 19, Cambridge University Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge CB UQ. We all miss Roy, it has been four months since he had to hand over to Keith Greentree until Roy will be fit and able to return to Radio Norfolk.

On May 27, the Norfolk Festival begins with a long list of top artists from all over the UK. Contact George or Rita on 01362 820947.


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