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Popular Parkes entertainer Barry Green to perform at next Parkes Country Music Muster

GUEST: Popular Parkes entertainer Barry Green will be the next guest artist to perform at the Parkes Country Music Muster in February. Photo: Christine Little
GUEST: Popular Parkes entertainer Barry Green will be the next guest artist to perform at the Parkes Country Music Muster in February. Photo: Christine Little

Needing no introduction to our members and audience, Barry Green is one of Parkes' most popular entertainers, supporting both country music and Elvis in his repertoire.

We invite you to come along and enjoy his performance on Sunday, February 16, upstairs in the Starlight Lounge at the Parkes Services Club at 1pm.

As usual walk-up performers of any style music are welcome to come along and join in. Just put your name down at the music co-ordinators table to be included in the afternoon's program.

We did have a muster in January with another very popular Parkes entertainer Phil Redenback as our guest artist.

While our numbers were down in audience and performers due to many attending the Tamworth Country Music Festival and a clash with Dubbo Orana Club Muster, we still enjoyed a great afternoon of country music.

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We kicked off the afternoon with a little feature from several members of the backing band Lindy Charlton, Stephen Cheney and Phil Redenbach who gave us a taste of things to come for the afternoon.

While Brian on drums and Pam on guitar declined to do a solo feature they are no less important as part of our band.

Lindy, Phil and Stephen were then joined by Bill Little, Jock Charlton and Garry Little as our artists for the rest of the afternoon.

After our half time interval Phil Redenbach then stepped into his guest spot and took us all on a trip down memory lane with his performance.

To all members and friends looking forward to a great trip to the South Coast on February 29-March 1, remember all payment, etc to be finalised on or by the muster on February 16.

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