Oceanside, NY (PRWEB) November 8, 2005
The Boots will be kickin’ high in celebration of the Country Music Awards and "Country Takes NYC" when Brooklyn country music lovers roll out the “hay and horses” to show off their beloved Brooklyn. African American Country Singer Debbie Dangerfield, well known for “Saddle Down Bed and Breakfast”, a down home country bed and breakfast in the heart of Clinton Hill-Brooklyn and Catz Entertainment partner with one of Brooklyn’s oldest country music spots, Hanks Saloon on Thursday, November 10th at 7:00 pm during “Big Bold Country Boots in Brooklyn -- introducing Debbie Dangerfield” when Dangerfield will perform cuts from her upcoming CD, “Down Home with Debbie Dangerfield”.
With the Country Music Awards in New York City in November and most major events kickin' off in Manhattan...this Brooklyn sweetheart will showcase her talents in the heart of Brooklyn during a special performance with her band, Mark McCarron (Lead guitar); Phil Cimino (drums), Jean Hicks (piano/fiddle), Paul Pages (Bass), Skip Krevens (steel and guitar), Tina Dixon and Branic McKenzie on background vocals. For those ready to party the night away at Hanks Saloon, The TJ Swan Band follows Dangerfield. Guests can expect Cowboy hats, country vittles and a Debbie Dangerfield cd sampler while supplies last. A Debbie Dangerfield meet and greet follows her set.
Host Catherine R. Laporte, of Catz Entertainment says, “The secret is out! The Country music scene in Brooklyn is 24/7. Its fans range from metro hipsters to down home traditional country music fans and we are delighted to show off both Debbie Dangerfield and what’s great about Brooklyn and its country music. Country singer Debbie Dangerfield is the perfect artist to showcase because she demonstrates the diversity popular in country music today and underscores what makes Brooklyn a fantastic community. We invite those who live, work and visit New York City to take the drive across the fabulous Brooklyn Bridge to Hanks Saloon in Brooklyn, convenient to the 4, 5, 2, and 3 subway lines. Besides, you can probably get local manufacturer Brooklyn Brewery Beer across the country but it doesn’t taste the same until you drink it in Brooklyn so come on down ya’ll to some great vittles and drinks and listen to the fantastic sounds of Debbie Dangerfield!"
Originally from Oklahoma, Debbie Dangerfield has lived in Brooklyn for over 15 years. Debbie has a new look, a new band and a new traditional country music CD in the making. Says Dangerfield, "I am very excited about this stage of my life and in sharing a few of my favorite songs with country music fans. I am delighted to have an opportunity to share my Brooklyn with music lovers who may be in town for the Country Music Awards and those “closet country lovers too!”
Debbie has performed special appearance dates with the Black Cowboy Association, on the Rodeo Circuit and in New York country hotspots and more. However, it was her keen sense of "voice and phrasing" which catapulted her to the top spot during the "Patsy Cline" Look-a-Like contest and "Dolly Pardon” contest which put her on the New York landscape. With her vivacious wit and style, and her captivating smile, Debbie Dangerfield is poised to become a house hold name when she releases her first traditional USA album paying tribute to established country songwriters and a few newcomers.
Hanks Saloon is located at 46 3rd Avenue (corner of Atlantic Avenue). Early Arrival recommended. Big Bold Country Boots in Brooklyn - introducing Debbie Dangerfield runs from 7pm – 9pm, TJ Swan Band begins at 9 pm. Admission is free. Guests are asked to make a donation during the night to benefit “Dooky Chase Restaurant” a famed eatery in Louisiana which was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
For info contact, Hanks Saloon at (718) 625-8003 or http://www.catzentertainment.com. Ya’ll come join us, ya hear?
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