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Sonny Best Band
Country / Rock
Sonny Best Band ont un répertoire country classique mais offert dans un style unique.
True to their influences -the legends of the genre, the band has put together a catalogue of tunes based on country's classic themes- cryin', lovin', and leavin', and they've thrown in a few cuts about cuttin' loose for good measure. Without any pretension or gimmicks, the Sonny Best Band is in it for the love and it shines through in the tunes. The stage show is the band's bread and butter- the Sonny Best Band has fine-tuned their live show through years of live performance and always deliver with energy and showmanship. The boys know how to please their crowd with their timeless hooks, country looks, and pure honky tonkin'. Sonny Best personally guarantees everyone will go home happy.
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