Fred Smith to perform at Troubadour folk club
The Troubadour Folk Club will be holding a special concert at the Everglades Club on Saturday, November 27, according to club president Mr Michael Fine.
It will feature Fred Smith, who Mr Fine describes as "possibly Australia's best known and greatest living folk-country songwriter and performer".
Mr Fine said Bruce Elder had described Fred Smith as "Beyond writing some of the finest songs about Australians at war, he has created a repertoire that is wry, literate, witty, powerfully emotional and insightful."
He said Fred's new album, Domestic, had been described as "a stunning cycle of deeply personal songs about marriage, babies, love, tolerance, decency and the complexity of modern life...a sublime study in tenderness and vulnerability."
The concert will include songs from Domestic as well as some from his earlier material, including some from his highly-awarded Dust of Uruzgan.
"A concert of this order from one of Australia's most highly regarded singer-songwriter performers is very special," said Mr Fine.
"It will be an event to remember."
Tickets are $20 and $25 through https://www.trybooking.com/BVDYX
With inquiries, phone 4342 6716.
Media release, 7 Nov 2021
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club