An evening of Australian bluegrass and folk music
The Troubadour Folk Club will host an evening of "great Australian bluegrass and folk" at the Everglades Country Club at 7pm on Saturday, November 26.
It feature bands The Water Runners and The Doctor's Wife.
"In recent years, Australian bluegrass has emerged as one of the most popular, enjoyable and creative styles of live music," said folk club president Mr Michael Fine.
"This is a concert that presents Australia's best performers at their most original and best.
"The Water Runners play a powerful but sensitive blend of bluegrass and folk, performing self-penned songs with influences from bluegrass, country and rockabilly as well as the work of contemporary folk artists like Paul Kelly.
"They include songs of bushrangers and settlers, aboriginal warriors, grisly murders and ghostly tales, as well as the songs about love and work and of course, love gone wrong."
Mr Fine said: "They are supported by The Doctor's Wife, the Newcastle duo Peter Allsop and Nicky Ross, who play their original songs along with some that they covet and wished they had written.
"With well-developed harmonies and Peter's unique guitar style, this is their Central Coast CD Launch."
Bookings are essential with links available on the Troubadour's website at www.troubadour.org.au.
With inquiries, phone 4342 6716.
Media release, 9 Nov 2022
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club