Gary Perkins (11/7/1962 - 10/12/2018)
Gary started singing as a schoolboy, performing around his local area and as he grew older his ability to entertain grew and he soon became in demand at all the local clubs.
He had developed a very good style of writing his own songs and these soon were included in his sets.
Gary was also one of the first Country street musicians to take the art form to a new level, having an official licence he would perform regularly at all the major malls and in the shopping centres around South Yorkshire and even as far as Edinburgh and Great Yarmouth.
Gary was also the frontman for The Breeze and the band were in constant demand at all the major Country festivals in the UK and would often be asked to finish the show, such was the adoration of his fans. Award followed award and he became known as the King of British Country.
Gary had a very big portfolio of albums of both covers from his shows and also with his originals songs.
Unfortunately he developed cancer and within a very shot time the life of a major Country star was cut short.
With love and affection we induct Gary Perkins into the Hall as the 49th member.