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Brought together by a passion for modern country music, Flintwood Creek is a multi-talented five piece band comprising female and male vocals and harmonies, pedal steel, guitar, bass and drums.

Their repertoire includes songs from Lady A, Little Big Town, Rascal Flatts, Trisha Yearwood, Brooks & Dunn, Luke Combs, and many more contemporary country artists, along with their own interpretations of some classic country throw-backs.

The enjoyment of having a good time playing good music with good friends comes across in their performances and rubs off on their audiences too. In no time you'll be tapping your feet, singing along and enjoying a memorable evening you'll want to tell your friends about.

Rowena

Vocals

Rowena’s love of country music and her background in close harmony singing combine to bring a special vocal experience to our audiences.

Malcolm

Vocals & Guitar

As well as being a very experienced guitarist, Malcolm contributes both lead and harmony vocals to the band’s sound.

Rob

Pedal Steel Guitar & Guitar

A multi-instrumentalist, Rob's expressive pedal steel playing defines Flintwood Creek as a true country band.

Godfrey

Bass

With years of experience and a love of modern country music, Godfrey provides the link between the rhythmic and harmonic elements of the band's performances.

Larry

Drums

Since he first picked up a pair of drum sticks at the age of eight, Larry has had a passion for all things drumming. With a wealth of experience in many different genres of music, he brings the rhythm and drive to Flintwood Creek's sound.

The Cottage Inn, Upper Bucklebury

Friday 29th March 2024 - 8:45pm Free entry

26 Broad Lane, Upper Bucklebury, RG7 6QJ www.thecottageinnupperbucklebury.co.uk/

The Dirt House, Little Bourton

Saturday 27th April 2024 - 8:45pm Free entry.

Southam Road, Little Bourton, Banbury, OX17 1RH www.facebook.com/TheDirtHouse

For bookings or availability please contact us via the email address above, the contact form on this page or telephone/text Rob on 07876 561685