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closet-folkie Amazing Blondel (43) RE: Amazing Blondel 05 Dec 05

"Steve Robinson are you the same Steve Robinson that used to go to the Saturday night sessions at Scotton?and also went on to the U S A with a band named the Headlights?
What became of Kevin?"

Yikes! Talk about Memory Lane....
I've often wondered what became of some of the folks who used to congregate at the Three Horseshoes in Scotton on Saturday nights; I have very fond memories of those days.
Kevin followed me to the States and even ended up playing drums for The Headlights for a few years. He now lives in Gainesville, FL--married with a 15 year-old daughter; brews his own beer(no surprise there) and tinkers about with a motor bike or two, I believe. I don't see him nearly enough. His mum still lives in Messingham as far as I know, and he goes back regularly.
If you want to see a few pictures of the two of us, I have a few at my website that are worth a giggle. There are some from the old "Rough Mix" days, before we left England, as well as several from "Headlights" gigs and sessions. Warning: watch out for bad '80's hairdos!
Where do you live now? Are there any places you frequent where such jam session/singalongs are likely to take place? If so, let me know because I'd love to show up sometime, in the event that I ever get back over there.
Thanks for bringing back some nice memories. All the best, Steve R.

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