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PUBLISHED: 15:23 29 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:29 30 June 2010

TONIGHT at Hals Honky Tonk in Winterton there is a chance to listen to Budgie Colman, who has been entertaining for over 50 years and is as good as ever with a smooth ideal country voice.

TONIGHT at Hals Honky Tonk in Winterton there is a chance to listen to Budgie Colman, who has been entertaining for over 50 years and is as good as ever with a smooth ideal country voice.

Tomorrow, Arizona Flame will be at the Stallion, Norwich. A trio who play lots of favourite numbers, Arizona Flame appeal to all dancers.

On Thursday, at Ghost Riders, Norwich will be Longshot, another trio who appeal to all country music fans and who feature Glyn on vocals whilst at front of stage and playing drums.

Friday, February 5 sees Arizona Flame at Kessingland for Lowestoft CMC and Campbells Country will be at the Stallion on February 6. This duo has another country veteran, Campbell Baxter, who is worth going to see.

Also on February 6, at North Walsham CC, a top solo performer Dean Austin is making a rare performance in the area.

Two more good acts on Sunday, February 7 are Texas Tornados at the Acorn Club at Hemsby Village Hall and at Apollo, Harleston the four piece outfit Smoky Mountain Boys.

On Sunday, February 21 there is a charity dance at Pontins Pakefield, from 2pm to 9pm with Nathan Carter Band, Frank McCaffrey, Kevin Barry and Nashville Sounds, an excellent line up with all profits going to Lowestoft Hospital. Admission £10, accompanied children are free. Residental breaks at Pontins at Pakefield run from March 26 to 29.

One's to watch for: Royal Hotel, Great Yarmouth, March 12 to 15, with Nashville Numbers, Bob Keeley, Country Law and David Drain Band.

Contact 01502 732040 or Malcolm Wild on 01493 781895.


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