The Victor Harbor Bowling Club will be hosting Amber Joy Poulton who will present her show “Queens of Country Music” on Friday, December 15 at 7pm.
The night is dedicated to some of the greats of country music including Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, June Carter, and Dolly Parton.
Singer/songwriter Amber Joy Poulton has made her mark in country music with her constant touring with her band The Holy Men.
She supported the great Kenny Rogers in both 2012 and 2015, and performed aboard Cruisin' Country with the best in the industry, and is a regular at Tamworth Country Music Festival and Gympie Muster.
Amber Joy knows how important it is to travel to both the small and big towns, and crowds flock to her shows whether they be her original songs or her tribute shows.
Tickets are $25. Bar facilities available, BYO supper. To book call Geoff on 0409 095 956 or the club on 8552 1380.
SAPOL Band celebrates Christmas
The band of South Australia Police has an enormous following throughout South Australia, and next week they will delight the Victor Harbor crowd for a Christmas concert.
The band’s primary objective is to strengthen the ties between the police and the public through music and entertainment. The Concert Band currently consists of 36 full time members, many who are proficient on a number of instruments.
The full Concert Band will play at Victor Harbor Town Hall on Tuesday, December 11 at 2pm. The band will play classic Christmas Carols and other popular musical hits.
There will also be a Christmas raffle, and the cafe will be open before and during interval, with mince pies and other treats available.
To book, visit www.allsortsofentertainment.com.au or the Mega Health Shop in Victor Harbor.
The Times has four double passes to give away to the SA Police Band concert. To enter, email your name, town of residence and daytime phone number to email@example.com with ‘SA Police Band’ as the subject before 5pm on Wednesday, December 5.