Country musicians get right down to pickin’ a tune

PHOTO: ADAM BURNS
PHOTO: ADAM BURNS
The 33rd edition of the annual Gold ’n’ Notes Hoedown event began yesterday at the Cromwell Racecourse.

More than 1000 country music enthusiasts were expected during the three-day festival.

Proceedings began with "blackboard artists" where anyone who could hold a tune was able to perform.

The "country showcase" which will feature some of New Zealand’s top performers is expected to be one of the major entertainment drawcards tonight.

Having a ball at the Gold ’n’ Notes Hoedown in Cromwell yesterday are (from left) Brian Blackmore, Paul Ness and Bob Smith. 

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