The velvet country voice of Patsy Cline caught the imagination of Sue Lowry who has been a lifelong fan of the late great star– and country music. And next month she brings her special tribute show to Lynn Corn Exchange.
For one night only you can enjoy all the classic Patsy Cline hits – and in today’s Lynn News competition we have two pairs on offer for you to win. It’s a show to suit all ages, as long as you’re prepared for a ‘Honkin Tonkin’ good time!
Patsy Cline & Friends is on stage on Thursday, July 7, at 7.30pm. The show will take you back to when Patsy Cline was a record-breaking recording artist spending 251 weeks in the Country Music Album charts in the USA – a down to earth country ‘gal’ who could look good in western wear or any evening dress, as she performed all the top country ballads.
Sue Lowry, with her powerful rendition of Crazy, Sweet Dreams and I Fall to Pieces relives that special time, as well as going back to pure country music, with songs such as Honky Tonk Merry go Round, She’s Got You and Got a lot of Rhythm in my Soul.
Joining Sue is Marc Robinson, renowned for playing Buddy Holly, who will pay tribute to the grand-daddy of country music Hank Williams, with songs such as Howlin’ at the Moon, I saw the Light and Rutti Tutti.
Also on the bill, Roger Bird performs a sensitive tribute to Jim Reeves with his authentic costume and iconic mesmerising voice and songs such as Welcome to my World, Bimbo and Distant Drums.
For your chance to win a pair of tickets to Patsy Cline & Friends just answer this question:
How many weeks did Patsy Cline spend in the USA Country Music Album charts?
Put your answer on a postcard or stuck-down envelope and send to: Patsy Cline competition, Lynn News, Limes House, Purfleet Street, King’s Lynn PE30 1HL. Closing date for your entries is Tuesday, June 28. You can also email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org and please type in Patsy Cline competition in the subject box.
Usual Johnston Press competition rules apply, the tickets cannot be exchange for any other show at Lynn Corn Exchange or for cash.