John McNaull was a much-loved long-time member of the Spooky Men’s Chorale.
He was passionate about his family; organic, locally grown food; social justice and healthy communities.
To honour his memory, the Scholarship Fund will help support his kids’ university education.
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RAVE REVIEW FROM WALES, SPOOKY UK TOUR 2013
by Mick Tems
Here’s a message to the crowded Welsh Proms audience at the vast St David’s auditorium: you have been well and truly spooked! A coachload of black-clad Australian blokes strolled onto the stage, all wearing wide-eyed deadpan expressions and various hats, not to speak of one black kilt. The conductor, or spookmeister, (sporting winter headgear, which would be fine on the chilly mountain slopes but bemusing in the already-sweltering Hall) gestured for silence – and thus began the most surreal, highly enjoyable and gloriously mind-bending introduction to the new CD, The Spooky Men In History.