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16 May 2022
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Double bill at the Troubadour

The Troubadour Folk Club has a double bill for its meeting at the Everglades Country Club at 7pm on Saturday, May 28

They are Snez from the NSW North Coast and the Go Twos from Sydney, according to club president Mr Michael Fine.

"Snez comes from an immigrant family, where stories about hardship, romance and work ethic have been passed down through generations," he said.

"She subtly weaves these influences into her own stories and songs, featuring traditional Macedonian songs from her parents' mother country into the Australian folk music tradition, producing extraordinarily beautiful music that is both enchanting and powerful.

"While this is her first performance at the Troubadour, she comes with a big reputation from her the national awards she has won and her performances at many large concerts and festivals around Australia."

Mr Fine said the Go Twos was a duo with two of our most beloved and well known folk-country artists.

"Also known as the Rosie and Nigel Duo, Rosie McDonald and Nigel Lever are both well established in the folk and festival scene, having played in numerous band and line ups, apart and together.

"Rosie is a fabulous singer and great player of acoustic guitar, Irish bouzouki and bodhran.

"Nigel is a master of bluegrass mandolin, flatpick acoustic guitar and octave mandolin, as well as a much-loved vocalist.

"Rosie and Nigel draw upon the rhythmic and melodic lines that weave through Australian, Irish, Scottish, English and American folk traditions as well as presenting their own material which they are currently recording for their debut CD."

Tickets are available through Trybooking.

With inquiries, contact Mr Fine at 4342 6716 or through

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