U-Turn @ The King William IV

JHF Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

It was great to back at The King William IV in Pembury, Kent for another cancer charity music event organised by Dan Littlechild. This live music event was to raise funds for The Jay Harmer Foundation charity who U-Turn have supported on many occasions.

We were given a 50 minute slot at 8pm and we had Neil, Chris, Tim, Pete B as well as Sonny Flint who joined for the first time playing drums. Sonny’s an old friend and band mate of Neil’s from many moons ago – we lost count and panicked when trying to work it out! The weather was good so we sat out in the garden initially to watch David Lofts and Pete B’s set. Pete was on Double Bass!

All in all we had a good time and enjoyed the good atmosphere at this event – there’s usually a good friendly crowd at the King William IV. Big thanks the Dan Littlechild and his team for all their hard work and dedication to this worthy cause! Bravo!

Date: 25th September 2021
Time: 8pm to 9pm
Gig Number: XXVIII
Venue: King William IV, Hastings Road, Pembury, Kent
Set duration: 1 hour

Vocals / Rhythmn Guitar: Chris Bampton
Lead Guitar: Neil Rigby
Vocals / Blues Harp: Tim Veysey-Smith
Bass: Pete Billing
Drums: Sonny Flint

U-Turn Set

Wicked Game – Chris Isaak
Move on Up – Curtis Mayfield
Miss You – The Rolling Stones
Sweet Home Chicago – Robert Johnson / Eric Clapton
Messin’ with the Kid – Junior Wells / Buddy Guy
I Can Tell – Dr Feelgood
Can’t Explain – The Who
Gloria – Them
I’m So Glad – Cream
Treat Her Right – Roy Head / The Commitments
Johnny B Goode – Chuck Berry

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