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Stonecold Country
Stonecold Country

March 9. Last here in August 2018 Stonecold Country made an early return as they were available at short notice standing in for our scheduled act who were double booked. I was away and have compiled this report from notes sent to me.

Father and son duo, Ray and Steve Kedge, were on top form and had the dancers up from the start. An early song, Dangerous Curves, featured some great guitar work from Steve. Ray (vocals/steel guitar) and Steve complemented each other all evening with their singing and instrumentation.

They performed Kiss the Girl, a Disney song from the film/show The Little Mermaid, which to me is a catchy and pleasant song to listen/dance to and yet across the Atlantic some have branded the lyrics sexist and misogynistic. As usual, Steve played a guitar solo and this time it was Ghost Riders In the Sky which club host Mary rated the best so far. Another song of note was Call Me When It’s Over written by local country singer/songwriter Billy Levin and you can see Stonecold Country singing this on YouTube.

They closed the evening with Gary Perkin’s Thank You which seemed appropriate as those present left thanking them for a great evening’s entertainment and the best they have heard from Stonecold Country.