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Featuring 20 songs from the hitcompilation album 'Now That’s What I Call Country Music' and featuring thesix-piece virtuoso country band The Wagon Wheelers.
This is a journey through thelast 100 years of country music where the audience get to pick which songs areplayed via a giant wagon wheel of fortune - a spinning songbook featuring thecountry classics from the ‘Now’ compilation.
There will be full audienceparticipation each night where the audience ‘write’ a song with the banddrawing on their personal experiences which they share on the night.
This is a laugh out loud, feelgood gig with a history of the country song thrown in. The audience will bedancing in the aisles, shedding a tear in tender moments and will leave with asong (that they have co - written) in their hearts. Now That’s What I CallCountry Music!
The producer Ian Brown wasnominated for an Ivor Novello Award in 2007 for co - writing the world widenumber one hit ‘I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker’ and co - wrote the lead song in thelong running musical and album series Dreamboats and Petticoats .He has alsowritten songs for Fisherman’s Friends, Show Of Hands, Tom Baxter,Jason Donovan, D Side, Pixie Lott, Graham Gouldman, Henry Priestman, SimonWebbe, Drumsound & Bassline Smith and Don Diablo.
He is co-producer of the newBritish movie ‘Fisherman’s Friends’ which is out on March 15th2019. He is music consultant for the new country musicfilm ‘Wild Rose’ starring Jessie Buckley and Julie Walters, which is releasedon April 19th 2019.
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