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PUBLISHED: 15:43 05 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:57 30 June 2010

A GOOD result from Lowestoft Hospital charity gig last Sunday with several hundred attending and Sam has already booked bands including Gary Perkins on February 20, 2011.

A GOOD result from Lowestoft Hospital charity gig last Sunday with several hundred attending and Sam has already booked bands including Gary Perkins on February 20, 2011.

Tomorrow, trio Cactus River will produce an entertaining evening for Norwich Country music fans.

A change of band on Sunday when a duo called Sapphire Duo will be at the Acorn CMC instead of Tom Williams.

Tuesday brings Mary Duff to Bungay Fisher Theatre, a lady at the top of British country has attracted a great deal of interest and is sold out so phone the box office for any returns.

Next weekend from March 12 to 15 a short break with country music at the Royal Hotel, Great Yarmouth, half board includes top class food, if interested phone Mick on 01502 732040.

March 11 at Ghostriders, Norwich are Branden Country.

Bands appearing at Pontins Pakefield from March 26 to 29 are Sean Cuddy, JC King, Cardy and Coke, New West, Longshot, C est le Vie, Julie Dawn, Best of Friends, Dave Drain Band, Byrnes Band, Travis Logan, West Country, Stubby, George Malcolm, Bar Hoppers, Jeff Galland Band.

Irish events have been organised in our area for this year. Hooked on Country April 18; Stephen Smyth April 22; Bob Brolly May 19; The Indians March 18; Gary Gamble May 7; Jimmy Buckley and Nathan Carter June 2; Thomas Mcquire and Fhiona Ennis July 16; Shawn Cuddy September 2; Declan Nerney July 5; Curtis Magee September 9. Paul Sturman in association with The Fisher Theatre on 01502 715617 or 07565 955710.


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