A selection of other photos may be found in the Kent Country Gallery
Another Cheyenne Promotions festival comes to a close as I can't believe we've entered our 4th year of running the Country Music & Dance Weekends @ the Grand Burstin Hotel and wow, what a line-up we had.
Friday night kicked off with the fabulous Tony Crooks and Steve Jay, both brilliant performers who were somehow even better when they re-united once again as Plain Loco. What a rare treat, sheer electric!
Then Saturday continued in the afternoon with Roots & Wings who entertained an enthusiastic crowd. Saturday night we were graced with 2 acts I'd somehow never had the pleasure of seeing until now; Billy Curtis and Stonecold Country. Immensely talented and both gave very impressive performances, will definitely be seeing them again.
Myself (Ky) and daughter (Shayna) filled in the gap as Cheyenne for Sunday afternoon's entertainment and were joined by a delicate Angie for a song, much to the delight of the audience. Everyone has been wishing Angie well and hoping to see her 'back in the saddle' again soon. The festival was finished off in style with the ever popular Steve Lovett and Kickin' Country who both gave us an amazing evening.
Huge thanks, as always, to Brian & Julie of JB Western Dance for their Partner Dance Workshops and help over the weekend plus a special thank you to Roger Shepherd (Absolutely Country) who joined us at extremely short notice doing an awesome job as Compère, DJ and Line Dance Tutor. I'm sure everybody appreciated how well he did in the face of having barely a day to prepare.
A big thank you also goes out to Paul on the door and all the helpers putting up and taking down the decorations; your help is always much appreciated. The raffle in aid of NSPCC raised £255.40. Thanks so much to those that donated prizes. So, a long wait now until our Turkey & Tinsel Weekend 10-12 November, but it'll come around soon enough. Hope to see you all soon, Ky ?