PUBLISHED: 18:44 04 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:33 30 June 2010
Tonight at Kessingland WMC are Arizona Flame, a trio from the north who are one of our busiest bands with good attendences. George takes lead vocals and selects to suit the audience.
TOMORROW at Kessingland WMC are Arizona Flame, a trio from the north who are one of our busiest bands with good attendences. George takes lead vocals and selects to suit the audience.
Many bands have reduced in size over recent years to duo or even solo, one such is Campbell Baxter of Campbells Country, part of a duo, and tomorrow is at the Stallion in Norwich, He has a huge repertoire of tradition and modern country, so lots for all tastes.
Sunday is the day for the Apollo club at Harleston and this week they have Smoky Mountain Boys, who are from the Midlands, dress like their name and try to keep their image of hill billy music.
A lively group, Texas Tornados, play on Sunday at the Acorn, Hemsby; an up-tempo beat that is enjoyed by many dancers.
Future info. First outside festival at the Norfolk Showground Norwich from May 21 to 24. Bob Brolly on May 19 at Fisher Theatre, Bungay. Pontins Spring Festival from March 26 to 29 at Pakefield Details/Bookings on O870 6010479.
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