LIVE country music is coming back with a bang at the Buccleuch Centre.
After an unforeseen hiatus due to the pandemic, the centre will reopen its doors for a whole host of Irish country music stars this September for its first event, The Keep it Country Show, since closing.
In just under two weeks’ time on Wednesday 8 September, the stellar line-up, including Philomena Begley who will lay her ‘Blanket on the Ground’, and Daniel O Donnell impressionist and comedian Gary Gamble, will take to the stage.
Plus, Caitlin the presenter of ‘Caitlin’s Country Hour’, one of the most popular shows on Keep It Country TV, as well as singer Shaun Loughrey, and Aidan Quinn, from County Tyrone.
Each of the performers will sing a catalogue of their hit songs all in the company of the Keltic Storm Band.
Show promoter James McGarrity said, much like other parts of Scotland, there was a large Irish country music fanbase in Langholm.
“With events that have happened over the last 18 months the public are keen to get back out and enjoy the live music experience in a safe way,” he said.
- Tickets for the show are now on sale from the Buccleuch Centre box office on 381196 or online at www.buccleuchcentre.com.
The hilarious and ever-popular Gary Gamble