The New Graces to feature at folk club
The Troubadour Folk Club will be featuring The New Graces at its next concert on Saturday, June 26.
"This is an amazingly talented band of three female artists who would each be a headline act on her own," said folk club president Mr Michael Fine.
"Together, they are simply extra special."
Melanie Horsnell, Kate Burke and Robyn Martin are the songwriters and multi-instrumentalists who make up the Victorian group, The New Graces.
"Between them, they weave tales of farmers, hippies, mothers, lovers, the ordinary and the mysterious," said Mr Fine.
"Their music is flavoured with guitar, double bass, mandolin, fiddle and banjo.
"Their songs tell stories of desert country steeped in history, wild bush dances, snowy mountains and remote swimming holes, as well as generations of family life on the land, waking up in a sunny Sydney bedroom and returning to a favourite old pub to play music with friends."
The concert will be held at 7pm at the Everglades Country Club on Saturday, June 26, with bookings at https://www.trybooking.com/BRPKQ.
The club will not have a concer in July, but will return on Saturday, August 28, with The Water Runners, supported by The Tuppenny Upright.
The September concert will feature The Highly Strung Rock and Roll Orchestra.
The club will continue to hold sessions from 1pm-4:30 pm on the first and third Sundays each month.
With inquiries, phone Hugh on 0402 529 474.
Media release, 8 Jun 2021
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club