On Sunday, October 22 the president of the Murray Bridge Country Music Club, Brian Spargo, welcomed 200 members and visitors to the club’s 30th Birthday celebrations, held in the Imperial Football Clubrooms.
The music for the day was provided by the versatile Heartland band, who played their own music but also backed the ever-popular Graeme Hugo and the delightful Derani Sanders throughout the day.
The dance floor was full most of the day with people enjoying the great music from these very popular entertainers.
During the afternoon the president spoke briefly on the 30-year history of the club and the fact that the music had been enjoyed by a great many people over that time, usually on the fourth Sunday of each month.
At the moment there are 133 members and visitors and new members are always welcome.
Guest artist Graeme Hugo cut the huge birthday cake, after which the cake was served to all present.
The club’s next show will be on November 26, when the band for the day will be the Blackhats and the guest artist will be Tiffney Reynolds.