GUNNA SOUND DELIGHT LIVELY MOD SUPPORTERS AT STRACHUR

Written by on 30/04/2017

GUNNA SOUND DELIGHT LIVELY MOD SUPPORTERS AT STRACHUR

As Ian Wilson Dcr’s West Coast Ceilidh would say “Bright & Lively” was the order of the night as over a hundred Mod2018 supporters from all over the UK took to the Floor at Strachur’s Memorial Hall to dance to the music from Scotland’s most popular and busiest Ceilidh band who managed to squeeze us into their concert schedule —-thank you to Campbell Brown and Johnny Scoular.                                                                                                                                           Also we must thank Dòmhnall Iain MacIlleDhuinn Mod Gold Medal who took to the stage to sing including the very popular Tillidh Mi

Mod Convener Dick Walsh said he was delighted with the turnout and found it very encouraging looking to future events in hand. He thanked all the Mod volunteers who had worked so hard to make this event happen and asked members of the community to consider joining the Dunoon Mod2018 volunteers to ensure that next years Mod is a really a special Dunoon Event, It can be challenging at times but can be very enjoyable and satisfying.

From the initial response on the night it looks as if the support is there for future events with some folk asking when is the next one.

It was announced by Ian Wilson Mod Entertainment Convener with obvious approval from the audience that Gunner Sound will be the headline act of the final Ceilidh at Mod 2018 and for those who may not be able to attend Gunna Sound will be playing as part of the Mod Fringe in Dunoon’s premier live venue “MacClures Bar” repeating their 2012 triumph

LISTEN OUT FOR GUNNER SOUND ON DCR97.4FM AS WE GET READY FOR GITG WHERE GUNNA SOUND ARE APPEARING ON SATURDAY.

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