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At Wales on Sunday we've gone one better than just thanking Tom - we've turned him into an honorary Proclaimer.
Nor does it have the other thing I set myself to worrying about when the chance to interview Scottish duo The Proclaimers landed on my desk - a broad brogue way too fast for my Teesside accentattuned ears to keep up with.
Bryn himself was delighted The Proclaimers are joining Celtic cousins Anweledig and others at Tan y Ddraig.
THE Proclaimers led thousands of youngsters on a march to Holyrood calling for better sports facilities.
I WAS so glad to see the Glasgow audience have welcomed Proclaimers musical Sunshine On Leith.
The Proclaimers confirmed the dates on their website and wrote:"We are absolutely delighted to confirm 39 UK concerts on top of summer festival appearances already announced.
Happy return The Proclaimers pictured at Stirling Hogmanay celebration in 2012
May we be proclaimers of God's mercy and love and bearers of the light of Christ, a light that gives hope; a light that vanishes all fears and despair.
AS the story goes, it was Channel 4's pioneering pop programme The Tube which turned twins Charlie and Craig Reid, aka The Proclaimers, into overnight stars.
And thank you Beth, Lindisfarne and the Proclaimers - you were all amazing.
LINDISFARNE and The Proclaimers are among the bands lined up for a series of free summer concerts as part of South Tyneside Festival.
Speak of The Proclaimers and the names of about four songs leap right out from the mouths of most music lovers -- I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles), I'm On My Way, Sunshine on Leith, and Letter from America.

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