Dancing shoes on for the Blues

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Words and pictures by Hannah O’Hanlon

With aptly-coloured lighting, a father and son duo took to the Masonic stage to blast out sing-along hits.

Tommy and Stewart Blue performed classics including Cathy’s Clown, California Blues, Country Road and Mr Tambourine Man in Campbeltown’s Lodge St John’s 141.

The ‘sing-along Saturday’ event lived up to its name, with tunes so catchy it was hard to keep still.

Five-year-old Billy Gilchrist got in on the action and joined Stewart on stage to sing his heart out to Penny Arcade.

The club was packed with revellers of all ages, some all the way from the USA, from 3pm until 7pm.

The Blues: Stewart and Tommy. 50_c25theblues01

Tommy’s tunes including Cathy’s Clown and California Blues. 50_c25theblues02

Stewart’s songs ranged from By By Love to Bryan Adams’ You Belong To Me. 50_c25theblues03

Five-year-old Billy Gilchrist joined Stewart on stage for a song. 50_c25theblues04

Ian McCallum, Peter McCallum and Freddy Arkell in the Masonic hall. 50_c25theblues05

Linda McCallum and Dhonna McCallum joined friends and family at the event. 50_c25theblues06

Fred Miskell, Donna Vigil and Blaise Vigil travelled all the way from Colorado in the USA, to visit Donna’s family. 50_c25theblues07

Veronica Martin and Cathy Duncan enjoyed their afternoon. 50_c25theblues08