Category Archives: Cowboy

For the love of…

Ah…. Valentine’s Day. The day of love. Cupid’s day. The day where you shower devotion on the one who has your heart. The day of flowers and declarations. The day of romance. The day you tell someone you worship them. The … Continue reading

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Country round-up

  So I attempted to write a little round-up of 2016’s country gigs in December.  I’m pretty sure I typed it out. And then I’m definitely NOT sure what happened to it. I think amongst the Christmas parties and festive … Continue reading

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Their country to our country

Last month saw the Country2Country music festival at the O2. Seventy-three performers playing over three days. Basically it was Country Christmas. I walked in on day one and was met with wall-to-wall plaid shirts and cowboy hats. it was like … Continue reading

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Worshipping a legend

Last night I saw Kris Kristofferson. Live. In person. Singing and playing guitar. It was like watching a hero of yours standing right in front you. Slightly surreal and incredibly awesome. Anyone who knows me knows I love country music. … Continue reading

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Discovering a new town

Sometimes we stumble across things we end up liking in the most bizarre ways. You come across a new type of food you hadn’t tried before because the waiter got your order wrong. Or you find a wonderful new pub … Continue reading

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Stay Gold girls

Last week I went to see the fabulous Swedish sisters that make up the delightful (if somewhat bizarrely named) First Aid Kit. These are the two young girls who shot to fame by covering a Fleet Foxes song , recorded … Continue reading

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747 ready for takeoff…

So last Tuesday I was fortunate enough to be invited to the official launch of C2C 2015 and an intimate gig with the amazing Lady Antebellum. Was I excited about this? Errr… “Excited” barely comes close it.  I was like … Continue reading

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