Thousands flock to Ramblin' Man Fest in Maidstone for outlaw country


Thousands of people headed to Maidstone in Kent at the weekend as countless musicians took to the stage.
On Saturday, Southern blues country rockers Thomas Wynn and The Believers took to the Outlaw Country Stage to perform tracks from their album released last year (WADE WAIST DEEP). Wynn and sister Olivia have roots in rock music, but have made strides in country and folk music, winning awards for both.
The Adelaides followed, taking inspiration from the Dixie Chicks and Dolly Parton to perform some well-known country classics, before leading into some of their new material.
Jelly Baby  and Whiskey In The Dirt were the crowd’s favourites, drawing dancing and cheers.
Me And That Man also took to the Country Outlaw Stage, drawing crowds of people, while Skinny Molly proved a firm favourite with ear-splitting drums and guitar, appealing to rockier country music fans.

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