CD launch and birthday bash

From the left, general manager Les Holmes, owner Mick Stansfield and Jonathan Stark of Design House Hospitality at the new extention at Crow Nest Park Golf Club, Hove Edge.
From the left, general manager Les Holmes, owner Mick Stansfield and Jonathan Stark of Design House Hospitality at the new extention at Crow Nest Park Golf Club, Hove Edge.

l On Sunday, November 23, David Kennedy, Ian Crabtree and the Rainey Street Band will be launching their brand new studio CD at The Beck.

Adrian Whitworth, landlord at the pub on Bradford Road, said: “We will be promoting the new CD, as well as selling a special cask ale called Rainey Street to mark the occasion.”

l Tonight (Thursday) at The Barge, the weekly jam session is with Mick from Psychoslinkys.

The live music on Friday evening comes from Strap on Jack, followed on Saturday night by Rock Solid.

The live music wraps up on Sunday night with Memphis Cruisers.

l This weekend at Jeremy’s, Rachel Bray has live music on Friday night from Boom Room Blues.

On Saturday night, Smiler will take to the stage. Fronted by Chris Berry, the band will perform classic hits.

On Sunday afternoon from 4.30pm, the acoustic session will be from Matthew Broadbent.

Coming up next Friday, Jeremy’s will be celebrating one year in business and a huge party is planned. There will be three live acts: Luke Michael, Carly and the Kicks and Sound Town.

l Crow Nest Park Golf Club still have a few tickets remaining for the Abba tribute night with the act called Abba Sensationelle on Friday night. Tickets are £5, including a light supper, and if you would like to see into your future, tickets are also still on sale for November 19 with Medium Bridget Benson coming to the club at £10 a ticket.

Could I also wish Les Holmes all the very best with the news (see Echo Sport) he has called time after six hectic years to his job as general manager and top man with the public relations.

He has always ensured the club’s social and entertainment news has hit this column and on the golfing front itself in the paper’s sports pages.