HORSHAM Country Music’s stellar start to 2017 will continue next month country music artists Tom and Patsy Routledge return to the city’s RSL.
The artists will perform on June 8 and 9.
Horsham Country Music Association secretary Lyall Wheaton said Tom Routledge was renowned for his tributes to Gene Pitney and Roy Orbison.
He has performed at the Horsham Country Music Festival, Horsham RSL and at tribute shows at Haven Hall and Hamilton Lamb Hall.
Mr Wheaton said Tom Routledge’s rendition of Gene Pitney’s Liberty Valance would be a highlight of his performance.
Patsy Routledge has performed at the Horsham RSL and at a tribute show at Haven Hall.
Mr Wheaton said Horsham Country Music had had a unbelievable start to 2017.
“Shows at the Horsham RSL in February with Rodney Vincent and in May with Don Costa have both sold out while this year’s Horsham Country Music Festival in March attracted a record crowd,” he said.
Mr Wheaton said another positive was the number of people attending Morning Melodies.
“The past Morning Melodies attracted 120 people, which is the second highest attendance in our 10-year history,” he said.
Mr Wheaton said tickets to both shows were available for the Horsham RSL or by calling 5382 5912.