Wednesday, October 26, 2005
November dates in the Forth Valley
The San Quentin CWC will meet at Polmont Golf Club in Maddison on Friday November 4th, when The Hellfire Club will be the visitors.
Across in Alloa, The Prairie Star will meet on Saturday November 12th with a return visit from Rambling Fever. The venue, as ever, is Weirs Social Club in Church Street.
The Bootleggers at Bannockburn Miners have a Linedance CD night on November 25th.
In between times, Rosette Records artists Charlie Landsborough & Dominic Kirwan will be in the area. Charlie is at Falkirk Town Hall on the 10th & Dom is at Stirling's Albert Hall on the 24th.
Saturday, October 22, 2005
Northern Nashville Festival 2006
Next year's Northern Nashville Festival will once again be held in Halkirk, Caithness over the Easter weekend (April 14-16).Rick Trevino and Joy Lynn White headline from the USA, alongside European acts, Frank Jansen, Texas Renegade & The Honky Tonk Pickers.The Irish contingent features Robert Mizzell, Sharon Turley, Jimmy Henry and Kim Dickenson, whilst homegrown talent will include Manson Grant, Caledonia and Kate Bain. Gerry Ford will compere the event.A really exciting line up. Tickets & accomodation information is available from www.nncmc.co.uk
or click the link on this page.
Central FM drops Country Gold
The powers that be have dropped most of Central FM's weekend programming, in favour of non-local networked programming. That means that , after 15 years and 1,028 programmes, the station's longest running presenter, Stewart Fenwick, who presented the station's popular Country music show has been dropped.The last programme was broadcast last Sunday, October 16th, and Stewart received a telephone call the following day advising him of the immediate cancellation of the programme, which will be replaced by a Top 40 Pop chart show.
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