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Thorne Hill to provide music for next Kingfisher Country Music Club event in Leek.

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: July 17, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

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Country music star Thorne Hill will be bringing his fresh and exciting folk tunes to the Staffordshire Moorlands - for a third time.

Thorne, who has been short-listed as a finalist for this year's UK Country Radio awards, writes and performs his own music and has recently released his debut album 'Tomorrow'.

Producer Christopher Barn has teamed up with Thorne to compete with chart topping solo artists. Thorne also performs with one of the UK's best live country music bands, Arizona Storm.

Thorne combines modern and contemporary hits from popular US artists along with brilliantly original, self devised songs that are sure to become classics.

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Thorne has performed in the Staffordshire Moorlands twice before - once at the same Kingfisher evenings and also at the successful Country & Western Music Weekend, held in the town last month.

Harold Critchlow, co-organiser of the Kingfisher Country Music Club, said: "We have had Thorne before at the Central Club and at the Country & Western event.

"We have invited him back for a third time - purely by request from our audience members and line dancers.

"Thorne is really good at what he does. Not only is he an absolutely brilliant singer of all types of country music but he's got a lovely rapport with the people in the audience."

Thorne Hill will be providing the tunes for line-dancing attendees of the next Kingfisher Country Music Club slot which will take place at the regular venue of The Old Central in Market Street, Leek on Friday, July 18. Doors will open for the event at 7.30pm and admission is £5 each.

The Kingfisher CMC has also started up a weekly Beginners Line Dancing Class which will take place every Tuesday at the Old Central from 7pm-9pm.

For further information about the Kingfisher Country Music Club, call 07813 264165.

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