Proper Job Singers
Formed in 2006 the group "Proper Job" has a mission in life- to get people singing the songs of Cornwall again. Traditionally the Cornish sang wherever they were, in chapels, in pubs, at work- wherever a group of people got together they would sing. Sadly our modern way of life has seen a
decline in this and Proper Job - consisting of basses Trevor Greenslade and Michael Beard. Baritone Phil Walters. Second tenors David Oates and Bob Bolt and first tenor Spencer Dudley - are attempting to redress the situation. At all of their performances the audience is encouraged to join in without restriction.
The repertoire consists of old favourites like The White Rose. “Camburn 'ill”, The Old Grey Duck, some of the songs made well-known by John Barber of St Ives and some of the excellent songs about Cornwall being written today like Roger Bryant's "Cornish Lads" - the words of which were written on the wall at South Crofty when it closed. Several songs have been written by members.