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Patsy Cline and the Queens of Country coming to Fergus

Country hits - Heather Christine will perform as Patsy Cline in the show Patsy Cline and the Queens of Country, headed for Fergus on March 18 at 8pm at the Fergus Grand Theatre.  Submitted photo

Patsy Cline and the Queens of Country coming to Fergus

FERGUS - Hits from the ladies of country music will be heard when Patsy Cline and the Queens of Country comes to the Fergus Grand Theatre.

This new show stars Heather Christine alongside Irish songstress LoraLee McGuirl singing the greatest hits from Patsy Cline and many of the legendary ladies of country music including Dolly Parton, Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn, Tanya Tucker, Tammy Wynette, Crystal Gayle and more.

Christine and McGuirl will be joined on stage by the George Belmore on lead guitar, along with his band The Nashville Sound, which specializes in reproducing classic country music.

Show producer Bill Culp said, “This audience-interactive show features world-class talent combined with the greatest hits in country music history. If you’re a fan of classic country music, you simply can’t miss it.”

Song highlights include Walkin’ After Midnight, I Fall To Pieces, Sweet Dreams, Here You Come Again, Delta Dawn, Stand By Your Man, It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels, Coal Miner’s Daughter, Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue and of course Crazy.

Tickets to see the show at the Fergus Grand Theatre on March 18 at 8pm are  $35 plus HST and are available at the theatre box office, by calling 519-787-1981 or online at

March 17, 2017


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