Country Music
Fairfield Country Music Club
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It was in 1987 that the idea to form a Country Music Club was first proposed and a trial evening was arranged in the Village Hall featuring The Jeanie Sinclair Country Band. It proved a success, so we decided to book bands for the following year. Now 25 years later we are still running The Fairfield Country Music Club, so named as we both live in Fairfield Approach and thought it applicable. And it is still proving as popular as ever with some members having been with us from the start. In the following year we booked 10 monthly evenings with such names as George Moody, Julie Byrne, Clovis and Tony Collins and Bakersfield to name but a few and have virtually run the same amount of evenings ever since





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In October we celebrated our 25th anniversary by giving all the members a free meal and supplying wine on the tables. This was well received with our largest attendance ever, in excess of 190 members. We were entertained and danced the evening away with a band formerly known as Nashville Sounds but now has reformed under the name of Badger Country Band.

In the New Year we are fully booked with bands some of which have not been to the club before but come on high recommendations for the reports in Southern Country Magazine. Food will again be supplied at the monthly meetings as it has proved popular with the members, so we hope this will ensure continued support for the club

Harold Hutt


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