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Talent quest in memory of Reg

Reg Lindsay (right) with Col Joye on the Reg Lindsay Country Homestead Show in Brisbane in the late 1970s. Picture supplied by Ros Lindsay.Budding country music singers have the chance to win some excellent prizes at theReg Lindsay Memorial Talent Quest.
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The talent quest –held in honour of the late country music legend who called Cessnock home –is onat East Cessnock Bowling Club onMarch 4 and5.

Starting each day at 9am,Mo Award-winning show band Roadhouse willperform andprovidebacking music for contestants.

Sections include 10-years and under, youth (11-16 years), 17 yearsand over,gospel, duo-group, comedy song, original country song and country instrumental.

Each section has trophies for first andsecond place, and with each first-placed performer will then be eligible for the grand final, in which they will need to perform a different song for the judges.

Grand finalists will have shot at the major prize of a two-track CD recording at Sound Lab Studios Tumbi Umbi (with the expertise of Roy Cooper), a fully-produced CD plus 500 copies for promotional use.

The major prize is valued at $3000, courtesyof East Cessnock Bowling Club.

Reg Lindsay’s widow Ros says the talent questwill be sure to uncover some wonderful talent from all over the country.

“Via his two television shows – Reg Lindsay’s Country andWestern Hour from the Channel 9 studio in Adelaide and Reg Lindsay Country Homestead from Channel 9 in Brisbane –he presentedsome of Australia’s best new talent who are still in the entertainment industryto this day,” she said.

Entry fee per section is $10. Entry forms can be obtained from the club on 49901 444 or online at 梧桐夜网reglindsay南京夜网419论坛.

Mrs Lindsay said ahuge weekend is planned with top entertainment plus the chance to see the next big country star.

“There will be a lucky door prize plus the very popular hatraffle!” she said.

Entry for general public is $5 adults, $3 children andpensioners, and free entry for childrenunder 10.

The talent quest will be held almost two years to the day since the bronze statue of Reg Lindsay was unveiled at East Cessnock Bowling Club.

Take a look back at photos from the unveiling ceremony in the gallery below.

Talent quest in memory of Reg Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Sculptor Tessa Wallis, Reg Lindsay’s widow Ros and country music legends Chad Morgan and Adam Harvey, who did the unveiling. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Brad Pickford playing the bagpipes. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Country music star Adam Harvey. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Michael Pincott, performing the song about Reg that he wrote with Beryl Imhoff. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Geoff Mack and Tabbi Francis made the trip from Mount Kuring-Gai. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Aviarna, Corrinne and Tyarn Johnston. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. The plaque that accompanies the bronze statue. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Ros Lindsay and David Baxter, who helped Ros re-release many of Reg’s albums. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Adam Harvey performed at the club after the ceremony. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. Fred and Cheryl Vernon. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

Reg Lindsay bronze statue unveiling at East Cessnock Bowling Club – March 8, 2015. The Lochinvar Music Club. Photo by Krystal Sellars, The Advertiser.

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