Stone Cold Country
Stone Cold Country

With the Hall all set up with the Wolf Throws and most of the Tables up and ready our Artists for the night turned up around 4.30 and got set up in good time and even had time for a break before start time. With the hall filling up it was time for me to introduce to all STONE COLD COUNTRY and off they went with “Just To See You Smile” and “This Is Me Missing You” onto “Things I Carry Around” then we all met up with the “Ghost Riders” an instrumental from STEVE on Guitar. Also included were “Cowboy Rides Away” along with “Heart On The Line” the George Jones number “He Stopped Loving Her Today” then we all met up with “Billy B Bad”. STONE COLD COUNTRY also did “Heaven In My Woman’s Eyes” and the Waylon number “Rose Of Paradise” and closed with Oh Lonesome Me” the Don Gibson number.

During the break time for the “WHATS on LIST” just one maybe then on goes the Compare Hat as I bring back on stage STONE COLD COUNTRY who were “Tempted” to “Call Me When It’s Over” because they were “Messed Up In Memphis” then we were off to where “The Corn Don’t Grow”. RAY and STEVE moved onto “Help Me Make It Through The Night” then it was STEVE doing another Instrumental which was “Buckaroo” onto some “Dangerous Curves” then “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” under the “Neon Moon” where we met up with “Liza Jane” and closed the spot with “When You Walk In The Room”.

Stone Cold Country
Stone Cold Country

The RAFFLE was drawn in the break then all to soon it was time to bring back STONE COLD COUNTRY for the final time tonight and “Should Have Asked Her Faster” along with “Same Thing Happened To Me” as well as “Seven Spanish Angels” and moved things along with “One Night At A Time” then we all went off to “Margaritaville” where we all saw the “Galway Girl” along with the “First Fool In Line” and it was “Seven Nights To Rock” that closed the show but know one more was wanted and for all the Ladies in the hall “High Class Lady” was the number that closed tonight’s show. From RAY and STEVE a superb night of LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC with a lot of number’s not heard two numbers tonight stood out for me first up “Call Me When It’s Over” and an Instrumental which STONE COLD COUNTRY have made their own this was “Rocky Top” both in there own right were Brilliant, so from the “GANG” a big THANK YOU to RAY and STEVE both superb at what Instruments they play and to all who keep supporting the LONE WOLF C.M.C. and more to the point help put everything away after the show.

Phil Wood