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Grand Ole Country

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Time: Wednesday 8.00pm
Cost: Free Entry!
Additional Info: No booking required,

This is a monthly County night for those who enjoy a good glass of bourbon with their country music.
Our host band will start their set at 8pm, then they will open the stage to anyone wanting to perform country songs. Any musicians that are wanting to perform must bring their own instruments.

North Drive is a Band from Winchester (Hampshire) playing Bluegrass – influenced by Roots & Folk Music. Two of its members are writing original material, & this material is mixed with covers to provide an interesting & different approach. Arrangements are mostly original, & with the vocal harmonies provide an exciting sound; all four band members sing.

Sally Watson – Vocals, Mandolin
​Rick Tarrant – Vocals, Guitar
Martin Kenard – Vocals, Bass
Richard Holland – Vocals, Banjo
Guitar

If you’re interested in being our host band for future events then contact us.


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