Long trip to the south-coast for a sharp performance by the band at Southdowns Music Festival...
The Crows hit the road to the deep south-coast at sunny Bognor Regis on Saturday 23rd September for a debut appearance at the Southdowns Music Festival. The band played at The William Hardwicke situated in the High Street of the town famous around the world for the home of a Butlins Holiday Camp which still remains operational.
The festival was celebrating it's 10th anniversary.
The band played a tight and exciting set of 13 songs.
Here is the set list: -
The Old Country Crows
The Places I Have Been
My Head Is Alright
Writing On The Wall
The Right Side
I'll Get Along Just Fine (Without You)
When I'm Down
Not So Long Ago
Have You Ever Seen The Rain (John Fogerty)
Listen To Me
Help Me Man
The town was buzzing with different artists and performers and there appears to be a substantial number of ukulele performers in the area.
The band would like to thank sound engineer Steve for providing excellent sound and to Chairman of the festival, Roger Nash, for booking the band.