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Glasgow Letter

robert.d.robertson@hotmail.co.uk

Early Sunday Evenings in the Park Bar

Music in The Park Bar on Sundays has been starting earlier recently. The pub have put on music between 5pm and 8pm a couple of Sundays in the last few months – and the new time has been a great success. I played at 5pm last Sunday for the first time to a nice crowd who were all relaxed in the knowledge that they could listen to music for three hours and still get home at a reasonable time to prepare for work the following morning. Having said that, there were a few well-known characters whose good intentions to head home after the music fell by the wayside after ‘the minutes winged their way with pleasure’, as Robert Burns would have said, amongst the drams, music, and good craic. This will be not be happening every Sunday – the music will still mostly begin at the usual time of 9.30pm; but keep an eye on The Pub Scene section of the Glasgow Letter where now and again I will write confirm the start time of 5pm.

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