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Solid Hit 11th Anniversary & Final Nite with Carl & Maria Willingham - London


  The Shooting Star 125 Middlesex Street    London   E1 7JF   GB

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4th December Solid Hits 11th Anniversary & sadly our final night. Our Special Guest DJs on our last night just had to be Carl & Maria Willingham who have been so supportive of Solid Hit over the years & I know it was very difficult for them to actually make this date but they were determined to be here for our anniversary & even more so once they knew it was to be the last Solid Hit. I hope as many of you as possible can get along to celebrate 11 fantastic years with us. As usual 8.30pm - 12.30am £5 entry. With residents Des Parker, Stuart Tyler, Shane Cox & Dave Greenhill playing some of your favourites maybe some you don't know but always top quality 60s Northern Soul.

Solid Hit Soul Club

The Shooting Star

125 Middlesex Street


E1 7JF

Just 3 Minutes from Liverpool Street Station. mainline, tubes & plenty of buses 

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Au revoir Solid Hit Soul, hope it's not goodbye Solid Hit Soul, let's hope that the guys do find a new venue. That's not easy these days in London, must simply hope for the best.

Pretty busy last night, no doubt many came because they thought it was the last but there was a good atmosphere. Nice in particular to see Rbman, you've been missed.

The regulars played excellent sets. I was talking to Dave of Walls Of Heartache and mentioned Quicksand by Kell Osborne and a minute later Dave Greenhill played it, following it shortly after with Believe Me by Linda & The Pretenders which I'd requested via a Facebook thread. A really good mix of tunes were played and it made me realise that it will be a real shame if this was the last SHS.

The guests were Carl and Maria Willingham, they've guested there many times, and they played a great selection of rarer soul including Margaret Littles, Cheaters, etc.

I left about 11.30 as I didn't want to be too late as I was going to the nighter at the 100 Club the following night.

If SHS is over it's a shame, let's hope it's simply a road block and that normal service is resumed in the New Year.

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