Country and Western fans will be high-tailing it down to Bloxwich next month to catch up with ‘Knoxville Highway’ – as the band roars back into town like a mighty freight train!
Former Bloxwich police officer Bob Gessey is all set to bring his talented posse of Black Country cowboys – and gals – back to his old stomping ground.
And they’ll be live on stage on Saturday 1st December with their Country Music Show – a Journey through the Heart and Soul of Country Music.
But don’t leave it too late to book your tickets – they sold out in quick-draw time on their last visit to Bloxwich’s premier venue – Bookmark Bloxwich Theatre in Elmore Row!
The show features classic County songs authentically performed by the storming six-piece band – with that great Nashville sound, elements of Bluegrass and even an excursion South of the Border into Mexican Mariachi!
Featuring the music of Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and many more, right through to The Eagles and Modern Country artists with a sprinkling of Blue Grass classics, this will be a great night for listeners and those who want to sing along.
Bob Gessey said:
“It promises to be a great night.
“You wouldn’t normally see a line up like ours outside of Nashville – there’ll be something for everyone I’m sure.”
Doors open at 7.30pm with the show starting at 8pm, and there will be a bar.
The event is presented by Bloxwich Library Forum as part of the Bookmark Bloxwich Live Music Review gig series.
Tickets cost just £5 and are available by contacting Bloxwich Library on 01922 655900. Advance booking is strongly recommended.
Tickets can also be booked online via the band at: http://www.knoxvillehighway.co.uk