The ever popular Paul Bailey makes a welcome return

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What a spectacular night we had when Paul Bailey came down from Shrewsbury to entertain a full house at our Hall. Paul, who is an infrequent visitor to the South of England, is one of the leading singer/guitar players around the Country scene.

With a great sense of humour and all the latest tunes, Paul definitely ticked all the boxes. He said he would like to do more work in the area, and encouraged people to visit his website, for more information about bookings etc.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He has the same friendly personality off the stage as well as on it, and he proved this by coming round and talking to the crowd between sets.

The numbers at County Line are still continuing to surprise us, as we are sold out for the visit of Darren Jones, another fine artist popular with the ladies as, like Paul, he likes to wear leather trousers (can’t think why this should be such a draw!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BAND HUNT                                                                                                                     

The Committee are always on the look out for new bands suitable for our venue. If anyone knows of a band they feel would fit the bill, please let one of the team know, and we will endeavour to go and hear them, with a view to booking them.

 

FLOOR ETIQUETTE

You will find a copy of “Floor Etiquette” on your table, if you are not sure of how it works when there are partner and line dancers on the floor together.

 

REQUEST SHEETS 

We are very keen that those who attend fill in request sheets, so that we know we are going in the right direction – hopefully you saw the list of dances on your table as a reminder. If Alan doesn’t have the music on the night, he will make sure he has it by the next Social, and if there is something you later think of, please don’t be afraid to let us know – there are contact details on the “Contact location and links” page.

 

CROSS COUNTRY MAGAZINE – for sale at our Socials

 

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