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‘British Bluegrass for the Bluebirds’
Perhaps a somewhat unlikely coupling, but early February sees an evening of Bluegrass and Country music helping a water sports club in Norfolk. The evening will also offer an opportunity to hear live performances of some self- penned songs from singer Hayley Moyses’ brand new album ‘New Songs for Nashville’.
Hayley Moyses’ Britgrass Three will bring their unique blend of Americana and sometimes fun take on well-known pop tunes blended with Country and more to Northrepps Village Hall near Cromer, to help the Bluebird Deaf Water Ski and Wakeboard Club, a not for profit organisation that was formed in 1965. The club that operates from Costessey Pits, Taverham, encourages people from all walks of life to enjoy water skiing and wakeboarding, particularly including members of the deaf community. Amongst other projects the club also holds regular activity days throughout the season for local schools, as well as for guides and scouts and participates in the Sportivate programme in conjunction with Active Norfolk.
One such member of this unique club is Scott Butler, familiar to some for being the local promoter responsible for Cromer’s annual ‘Folk on the Pier’ festival, and other concerts and events. Scott now in his early sixties took up the exciting sport of water skiing for his first time with the club two years ago, and has been so impressed by the effect this has had personally on his own health and general wellbeing that he has decided to enlist an act he has worked with on numerous occasions, to help club funds by way of organising the concert.
‘An Evening with Hayley Moyses’ Britgrass Three’
Northrepps Village Hall, Northrepps, Cromer NR27 0LB
Saturday 4th February 2017
Doors 7.00pm – Concert 7.30pm
All seats £8.00 on door, but can be reserved in advance for collection on the night by calling 01263 511261
Licensed bar and refreshments will be available