After a Christmas Party held at the Call Lane Social Club, the SS was back at its spiritual home and better than ever. The ambiance and enjoyment at the Verve on an SS night, is something special to behold and should be sampled whenever possible. LeeSun, opened the evenings entertainment and again proved why she was described on this website in September 2009, as a unique performer and songwriter. Starting and finishing her set showing her keyboard skills as she produced a set outlining her talents and containing songs influenced by her strong family values. The Roman Empire, armed with a back catalogue of 3 albums occupied the stage next with an array of musical instruments which included ukulele, banjo, acoustic guitar & keyboard. Songs flowed from the duo with diverse influences including, Lighthouse keepers’ hobbies, Vikings, the world’s strongest man television programme, topiary and even a science lesson thrown in for good measure! The harmonies and laid back humour left an indelible mark on the audience throughout. On SS debut and topping the bill was the 5 piece Jon Palmer Acoustic band, who produced a stunning set which left many in the venue exclaiming “Oh My God” what a band. The songwriting talents of Jon Palmer shone through with the autobiographical “Brown Eyed Northern Girl” a pub crawl through Otley with “Another Friday Night” and the lust of a “Vampire Lover” settled in well with the gospel “Meet Me At The Station” a trip to Alabama with “Oh Susannah” and finishing off with “Pay Me My Money Down” to top the night off. Hallelujah for the Sunday Service and its fine band of worshippers!
The Roman Empire
SUNDAY SERVICE SPECIAL EVENT
The Sunday Service are proud to announce that James Vincent McMorrow will be playing at the Call Lane Social Club on Sunday 6th March. The Irishman is a truly talented songwriter blessed with a beautiful soulful voice. His debut record 'Early In The Morning' is due out in the UK on March 7th and so this will be a pre-launch special. More details are available on the following link.
The Sunday Service