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Testimonies

Your show is absolutely fantastic I loved every minute of it , amazing to meet dolly too , you r one amazing lady with an awesome voice X

It was also a pleasure and joy listening to Kenny Rogers , John Denver , willy nelson, Glen camball fabulous voice so much fun we all had tonight thank u guys xx

 

Ronnie Gilbert - Swindon Show

Saw you guys today at Barking, and I have to say, you were absolutely outstanding! Never have I heard such amazing tribute talent. Garth brooks was out of this world (My all time favourite artist) Dolly Parton was equally amazing and very friendly and not to mention the Kenny Rogers, again outstanding! Thank you so so much for some awesome entertainment, looking at coming to see the show now cos you guys are just AMAZING.

 

Lisa Chamberlain - Barking Show

Me and my 9 year old daughter came to see you at the swan theatre last night, fab evening, really hope you are back there again soon. x ps our favourite songs from the show (although it was difficult to choose as they were all great) were Coward of the County and Islands in the Stream. Thanks again for a great evening x

 

Beverley O'Connor - Wycombe Show

Thank you for a fantastic show - great response too! :) Loved having you all at The Hawth. We will look forward to welcoming you back! *Hurry up 2017!!*

 

Duty Manager - Crawley Show

 

Incredible Show here in the heart of London West End - REVIEW

I have never been a fan of Country music, although there are the odd one or two tunes that appeal to me, so when I was invited to ‘The Country Superstars Experience’ At The Leicester Square Theatre in the heart of London’s west end, I was apprehensive. Would I enjoy the show? The answer to that question, is a big fat YES. The amazing talent of Sarah Jayne Crust and Andy Crust gave myself and every other person that packed the auditorium a most enjoyable evening. The show was opened by none other than Dolly Parton herself (If I did not know otherwise I would have thought it was Dolly). Dolly immediately had the audience warming to her and we were putty in her hands, then she introduced the legend himself Johnny Cash. The audience whooped with joy as he played with such precision and expertise some of Cash’s well known classic’s including ‘Folsom Prison Blues’ and ‘Walk The Line’

The first half was like a whirlwind, Billie Jo Spears, John Denver and Tammy Wynette took to the stage and entertained us faultlessly. When Andy came on as Garth Brooks, I felt his performance was breath taking and to close the first half he was joined on stage by Dolly who joined in with ‘Friends in Low Places.

During the interval I headed for the bar and wanted to speak with as many people as I possibly could. Among the comments made when I asked the question “What do you think of the show?” were “Absolutely loving it, they look and sound like every one of the characters.” When I asked a man whom by the way he was dressed looking like a fan of Country music. “Are you enjoying the show?” He replied  "This is Country music at its best” I was thinking, how are they going to follow that? After the interval act 2 was opened by Dolly, the perfect host. (I am going to resist the temptation of describing her as the hostess with the mostest). It is no wonder that I.T.V and S.T.V described Sarah as “The world’s foremost Dolly Parton Tribute act” Throughout the show we were given the background of the artistes and the meaning behind some of the songs. With the second half introducing Willie Nelson and Patsy cline closing with Kenny Rogers being joined on stage by Dolly receiving a well-deserved standing ovation. Kenny Rogers website states “Andy Crust and Sarah Jayne are Europe’s leading Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers tribute act.” I would recommend this West End hit to anyone, whether you are a fan of Country music or not.

Johnny Tait - for The Guardian and other publications

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