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Coming Next at the Troubadour
Sat 29 July 7.00 p.m.
Australian Celtic Folk at its best.
Seanchas (pronounced Shan-a-has) is a Super-Group of outstanding Australian, Irish and Scottish musicians, were one of the big hits at this year’s National Folk Festival.
Rosie McDonald of Mothers of Intention and RAPT (guitar and vocals),
Anthony Woolcott from Triantan (vocals and bodhran),
Fiona McVicar of Sydney Scottish Session and KeJaFi (fiddle to-die for) and
Ken O’Neill, from Ireland and KeJaFi (Irish bouzouki and guitar).
Exquisite instrumentation and multi layered vocal harmonies brings the old and mysterious tales and tunes to life.
Not to be missed.
Sat 11 August 7.00 p.m.
Performers welcome (all you need is a ukulele in the act).
Contact Mary-Rose 0416 778 672; or Robert 0417 256 540
Sat 25 August 7.00 p.m.
Jim Jarvis: Blues guitarist extraordinaire
Jim Jarvis is a solo performer well known for his distinctive, haunting blues voice and his finger-picking guitar style. He has a polish and finesse of a fine, traditional and world class blues musician.
Sat 15 September 7.00 pm.
Anna Salleh and Guy Strazz – Brazilian Nights
The great Anna Seleh and Guy Strazz return to the Troubadour with more bewitching bosa nova and seductive acoustic jazz.
with special guest the brilliant young guitarist Min Ahn, Pearl Beach scholarship recipient and People’s Choice Award.
Location: Starlight Room, Everglades Country Club, Dunban Road, Woy Woy
29 September 7.00p.m.
Alan Reid and Rob de Sante (Scotland)
Alan Reid, legendary Scottish musician and founder of the famous Battlefield Band, in an intimate concert with Rob de Sante
Coming up later in 2018
October (date to be decided)
House concert: Sue Robinson: Launch of Sue’s new CD Living Room Music
A special event, a house concert, to hear Sue’s extraordinary new compositions. Cost: $20, includes CD (tickets $15 without CD). Date to be finalised. Phone for venue and bookings – Bookings essential: 4342 6716
Sat 27 October Jeannie Lewis with Greg Olsen
Yes, it’s true. The great Jeannie Lewis, whom many consider to be Australia’s best and most inspiring singer of folk, cabaret and protest music, is coming back to the Troubadour, accompanied by the great Greg Olsen on guitar.
Sat 24 November Gleny Rae Virus
Gleny Rae is one of the most amazing hot fiddle players anywhere on the planet. It will be great to have her back in Woy Woy.
Sat 15 December Troubadour I Can’t Believe it’s Xmas time already concert
Put the date in your diary now. Further details to come closer to the date.
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