Songs of Hope 2022 Concert Tour
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Saturday 5th March – Acorn Theatre, Penzance – BEEN ‘N’ GONE
Friday 11th March – St Austell Arts Centre – BEEN ‘N’ GONE
Saturday 26th March – Okehampton Charter Hall – BEEN ‘N’ GONE
Friday 1st April – Lane Theatre, Newquay – BEEN ‘N’ GONE
Saturday 23rd April – Liskeard Public Hall – BEEN ‘N’ GONE
Friday 6th May – Holsworthy Theatre – BEEN ‘N’ GONE
Sunday 15th May – The Wharf, Tavistock – BOOK HERE
Friday 27th May – Old Bakery Studios, Truro – BOOK HERE
Friday 2nd September – The Pavilion, Falmouth – BOOK HERE
Saturday 17th September – Sterts Theatre, Liskeard – TICKETS PENDING
Wednesday 21st September – St Ives Guildhall – BOOK HERE
Friday 23rd September – Devonport Playhouse, Plymouth – BOOK HERE
Friday 30th September – Parkhouse Centre, Bude – BOOK HERE
Saturday 1st October – Heartlands Heritage Centre, Redruth – BOOK HERE
Saturday 15th October – Epworth Hall, Helston – BOOK HERE
Friday 11th November – Launceston Town Hall – BOOK HERE
We always look forward to our concert tour dates. Performing in front of a seated audience, fully focussed on us means the slightest mistake will be spotted and so we inevitably raise our game resulting in some of our best performances. Our concert dates have become a bit special.
If you get the chance to see these guys ( The Countrymen) in concert then take it, you will not be disappointed. (Harry Glasson)
The “Songs of Hope” Tour will be our third concert tour and coincides with the launch of our long-awaited second album, “The River Rolls On”. We’ve added more venues this year including several over the Tamar.
The guys were absolutely brilliant @ Lane Theatre Newquay last night!! Go see ’em you won’t be disappointed.
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We travelled up from Penzance to see The Countrymen perform in Launceston. It was, without doubt, the best performance of its kind I’ve ever seen and heard, by musicians who love their business and make their enthusiasm infectious. I wish we could have stayed longer, but can’t wait until February when I hope to see them again in Penzance. (Will Fry)