A heartfelt evening at Camana Bay

– let’s get right to the heart of the matter, if you miss one single beat of
The Cayman Heart Fund Country Concert you’re going to be heart-broken when your
friends tell you about all the fun they had at the Crescent, Camana Bay on Saturday,
27 March, from 7-11pm.

mark it on your calendar or you’re going to miss some of Cayman’s favourite
country crooners, including  Andy (the
Cayman Cowboy) Martin, Bob Moseley and his Gone Country Band, The Barefoot Man,
Sea n’ B and Kate Allanger on the fiddle. 
And if that sounds like too much two-steppin’ for  one night 
get ready for a special nostalgic event, Ron (The King) Adams acclaimed
Elvis tribute artist will rock the stage with such timeless hits as All Shook
up, Jail House Rock, Hound Dog and more.

icon Andy Martin (The Cayman Cowboy) will perform a long list of his classics
including Back to The Brac Again, When I Die, and his latest hit Rocking Chair.

 Andy’s comrade and producer Barefoot Man will
share the stage (bootless of course) performing his original hits Island
Jamboree, the Old Barefoot Café and lots more. No telling what surprises Bob Moseley
has under his old hat, but it’s bound to be an audience pleaser. Sea n’ B, as
always, will be polishing up the sounds with their sweet harmonies and rock-a-billy
approach. All the local artists have donated their time and talent for this
worthy cause.

will be selling a dinner for $8 per person. Choose from sea-salt flank steak,
jerk chicken or jerk pork, served in a baguette with Caribbean coleslaw and
Prime’s own homemade baked beans.

country music event is complete without some cold brew Caybrew and full bar
service will be available

will be available for the Best Dressed County and Western Couple.

Admission is free and open to the
public. Donations for the CHF will be collected. For more information contact
The Cayman Heart Fund at [email protected]


Elvis impersonator Ron Adams aka Shadow of the King.
Photo: Submitted