The Yeovil event was the first time over 30 Brue Boys had sung together in concert
From left to right:
Front Row: Tony Brown, Nick Llewellyn, Roger White, Dave Reynolds, John Mulliner, Tim Hare, Dick Warman, David Heeley,
Andrew Look, David Aldridge, Paul Knight
Middle Row: Howard Grottick, Martin Day, Fraser Davidson, Ian Poynter, Tim Gladwin, Paul Oddie, David Harding, John Goolden,
John Westcott, John Callaghan, Mike Young
Back Row: Richard Grundy, Grayson Pattemore, Graham Kirk, Phil Jackson, John Gilroy, David Johnson, Peter Millar,
John Moody, Anthony Sutcliffe, David Wood
|The Brue Boys presented a concert at Yeovil College on Saturday 24th March 2012 organised by Yeovil Rotary Club in aid of the Yeovil Young Achievers Trust. The Boys sang fourteen songs including the hymn 'Aberystwyth',the modern love song 'To Where You Are' and a rousing version of 'When the Saints Go marching In' for the first time. All the supporting acts were also provided by the Boys themselves, with Dave Reynolds singing 'Leaning on a Lamp Post' and The Gas Man Cometh' accompanied by Jennifer Martin; Grayson Pattemore spinning some Irish humour and singing with compere Tim Hare and finally, following their success at the dinner the 'Jackson Five' of vocalist Gail Cornish, pianist Carolyn Young, drummer Mike Young, bass guitarist John Gilroy and leader Phil Jackson on the saxophone entertained us with 'Honeysuckle Rose', 'Misty' and 'The Lady is a Tramp'.
Grayson Pattemore has made a new set of stands for the back row so we had three tiers for the first time as we expand our numbers.