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The Rock-itt : July 2010
there was a third brother on guitar. Melroy added another dimension to this act in harmony and musicianship. They were well backed by the sound in their rendition of "It's a Long Hard Road", "Stoney" and "It's a Mad Mad World". Their own composition "That Falling Rain" was very appropriate as it was forecast for later. Their own special ballad "That Belrose Sunday" about their first performance at BCMC is almost a classic and we always love hearing it. Haven't they made great progress since then? Top stuff fellas! Keep building. Under the stage name of Buck and Deanne, young married couple Paul Buckberry and Deanne Dale delighted the huge audience with their very enjoyable presentation of country/folk music. Accompanied by Nick Williams on banjo and bass, and our band, Buck sang his songs and Deanne sang hers, before combining for the line dancing special "Achy Breaky Heart". Buck, the lanky cowboy and Deanne, the vivacious beauty, present well on stage and their confidence shows the extensive experience that brings them their obvious support. Their set included "Johnny and June". "The Last of the Riverboats", "One Day There You Were", "When Will I Be Loved" and "In Spite of Ourselves". The unique style of Buck and Deanne made a great contribution to the variety of our anniversary show. Well Done! To put the 'icing on the birthday cake' concert, Jenni Vee looked stunning as she joined the band for her set of popular country classics. Jenni has never sung better as she gave the audience the songs they love to hear, like Patsy Cline's "Walking After Midnight", The Dixie Chicks "Let It Rip" and "Man, I Feel Like A Woman", Linda Ronstadt's "Blue Bayou" finishing with "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and for an encore we enjoyed Crystal Gale's "Don't It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue". It was good to have one of our regular performers finish off a great birthday show. All performers joined the band as Geoff Williams let them in the big birthday finale, including a solo from sound man, Bob Gray from his desk. Next time we'll give him a microphone. Paul Buckberry and Deanne Dale BELROSE COUNTRY MUSIC CLUB 146 FOREST WAY (BELROSE BOWLING CLUB) CONCERTS START AT 2PM ON THE LAST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH PH: 94551 5803