“That might be the slowest you’ve done that one,” Blazy said.Brooks concluded the writers’ round with “The Dance.” “Looking back, I just felt blessed to play here and play songs with my friends, “Arata said.Alger and Brooks recalled that the song’s famous “third verse” was crafted after taking advice from Jerry Crutchfield. “There will always be an empty seat here for Kim Williams,” Brooks said.Blazy and Brooks performed songs co-written with Williams, including “What Never Happened (Is What I’ll Never Forget),” “Cold Shoulder,” from Brooks’ album, and invited the crowd to sing along with the Brooks classic “Ain’t Goin’ Down (Til The Sun Comes Up),” all done acoustically.Thursday, November 17, 2016 PM Tickets on sale the week of the show!!! cover charge at door food/drink minimum per person There are 20 tables, 10 bar seats and 8 pew seats available for reservation.
Blazy recalled first meeting Brooks for a co-write at the request of Bob Doyle.
In the evenings there will be poetry readings from the tutors and an invited guest poet.
Kim Moore’s first pamphlet ‘If We Could Speak Like Wolves’ was a winner in the Poetry Business 2012 Pamphlet Competition.
It subsequently went on to be named in the Independent as a ‘Book of the Year’ and was a runner up in the Lakeland Book of the Year Award.
It is currently shortlisted for the Michael Marks Award. She spends half her week as a peripatetic Brass Teacher for Cumbria Music Service and conducts the Barrow Shipyard Junior Band and the other half of the week doing poetry related activities – reading at poetry festivals, leading writing workshops and of course, writing poetry.