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Damaris Jean performs songs from the 1940s through to the 1960s, having a special love for vintage blues, such as those sung by Peggy Lee, Dinah Washington, Ella Fitzgerald, to name a few. Her performances can take listeners from the 1940s and the Blitz,with her tribute toVera Lynn, through to the 1950s with Connie Frances and Doris Day, and up to the swinging 60s with Dusty Springfield and Mama Cass.With her mellow voice and warm friendly style her performances are enjoyed by all vintage lovers.
Damaris Jean also performs with the fabulously talented musicians in her vintage swing band, “Ragtime Rewind” and as a duo with the exceptional Rat Pack Vocalist, Steve Green.
Pipers and Drummers dressed in 1940’s battledress, playing regimental and wartime tunes. A tribute to the many tunes composed during wars and conflicts. Remembering the sacrifices that the thousands of pipers made.
Limited overnight parking for camper vans at Bucknall village hall (5 miles north of Woodhall Spa – easy cycle). Any one interested is to contact David on 01526 388436. Proceeds to village hall and church.
Continuing our series on 2018 Festival entertainers
Formed in 2012 Coningsby MWC is part of the Military Wives Choirs Foundation a subsidiary charity of SSAFA Forces Help. The MWCF is a registered charity and through its growing network of choirs reaches across the military community worldwide to support and bring women closer together through singing. For the members of Coningsby MWC choir gives us a community, friendship and support where many would be isolated through repeated moves or absent husbands.
We love to perform and have been very lucky to date to sing at many fabulous events such as Armed Forces Day, The RBL Poppy Appeal Launch, The East Kirkby Airshow, The Lincolnshire Show and RAF Coningsby Families day to name just a few. For further information please contact us
Apologies everyone. We have a fault on the booking page at the moment which prevents you from purchasing a ticket. Will update you as soon as the fault is fixed.
1940s singer Rachel Bea is a retro artist whose clear, authentic and romantic sound is making her a must to book for vintage festivals this year. Notable appearances at ‘Life on the Holme Front’ last year, tea dances and jives with the charming and energetic ‘Blitz Dancers’ have propelled Rachel Bea onto the vintage scene. Her renditions of White cliffs of Dover, All over the World, and We’ll meet again have brought audiences to their feet and moved them to tears whilst upbeat numbers such as ‘In the Mood’ and ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’ are guaranteed to get them jiving!
The Golf Hotel is a major sponsor and a major venue. Non-stop music and dance in the grounds of the Golf on Saturday and Sunday; and it is all completely free!
Entertainers and performance times will be announced in due course
4th in our entertainers series: The Bluestones Swing Band
The Bluestones are a local Lincolnshire band with 13 years experience. We are available for weddings, balls, birthdays or any other celebration. Possibly the most exciting big band in the area!! “A big band is a type of musical ensemble that originated in the United States and is associated with jazz and the Swing Era typically consisting of rhythm, brass, and woodwind instruments totaling approximately 12 to 25 musicians. The terms jazz band, jazz ensemble, jazz orchestra, stage band, society band, and dance band may describe this type of ensemble in particular contexts.” A chance to listen, dance, and have a good time to excellent music played by excellent musicians!