Brits in Boots

Stomping around the British country music scene…

Dirt on Your Boots: 7.5 UK Country Music Festivals (2017)

Confession. My cowboy boots (all five pairs) have barely touched grass. In the words of Randy Houser, I was ‘raised on an asphalt farm, ain’t never heard a rooster crow’. But that is about to change with the sudden brilliant increase... Continue Reading →

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7 Signs You’re Having a Post-C2C Crisis

A week ago (already!) we were gearing up for the Europe's biggest country music festival, basking in the glow of a short work week. Now, we're back at desks, trying to hold back from repeating "this one time, at C2C..." and wishing we could... Continue Reading →

Cowboy Take Me Away? Love at a Country Festival

Plan A is to marry Kip Moore. However, friends insist I need a Plan B and that's how I found myself - filled with some trepidation and lured by the promise of a free drink - at a speed dating event... Continue Reading →

C2C in 7 Questions [Ft. Holloway Road]

We have written lots (and talked incessantly) about the UK’s Country 2 Country festival over the last five years. For a change, we’ve decided to let some others have a say and given them seven questions to sum it up.... Continue Reading →

C2C in 80 Words: Day Three [Pics]

Judi joined a line-dance flashmob. CJ got to ask Marty Stuart a (croaky, hungover) interview question at the screening of Born in Bristol, a must-watch documentary about country music's birth. Drake White was the talk of the town (square). The... Continue Reading →

C2C in 80 Words: Day Two [Pics]

Sore heads called for immediate hair of the dog. CJ’s red, white and blue boots had the pulling power of a puppy. Darius owned the arena; doubt anything will get as many people singing along as Wagon Wheel. Showed our... Continue Reading →

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