St Luke’s Hall, 147-149 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy
Welcome to the home of Troubadour Central Coast
Folk and Acoustic Music Club
Floor spots available. Local and visiting performers welcome.
Our First Online Concert:
Chloe and Jason Roweth
– 7 p.m. Saturday 2 May
Chloë & Jason Roweth are not just amazingly popular whenever they’ve played at the Troubadour. They are true national treasures, the most well recognised and highly awarded performers of Australian traditional and folk music. With an amazing catalogue of great recordings they have all the skills and equipment to bring us a unique and special concert from their home in Millthorpe, on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range.
In this Troubadour premier online concert, they will be performing live, with stories, verses as well as presenting a selection of the songs from their upcoming CD ‘Phonograph Jack’ and a few of their other favourites. Keep your fingers crossed, as there may even be a performance from the upcoming talent in their family!
- Free (for those who can’t or don’t wish to pay)
- $5 ‘reserved seats’ for individual viewers;
- $10 ‘luxury seats’ for households;
- $15 ‘sponsorship tickets’.
All money collected goes to the performers.
To book, go to ‘Try Booking’ or click on this link: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=623187&
Problems with online booking? Call us on 4342 6716 to book.
Due to COVID19, there will be no live events until further notice.
With all this time at home, we are more active than ever. There is a lot of Troubadouring going on.
Check our Facebook page:
Click here: https://www.facebook.com/TroubadourCC
- Troubadour’s Virtual Floor Spots;
- New Troubadour concerts broadcast into your home;
- For a range of other ongoing activities; and
- Stacks of other items of interest.
Stay in Touch.
Michael. Tel: 4342 6716
BC: See below for our fabulous final concert in February (a suitably wonderful night) and what we had planned till June 2020 till this virus changed everything…
In a circus of comedy, music and magic, Mic Conway and flat-picking guitar champion Robbie Long present an hilarious array of idiosyncratic songs that will make your jaw drop, toes tap and sides split. Best known for his tongue-in-cheek humour as lead singer of The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band, there’s also juggling, fire-eating, magic and mayhem. Stripped back, irreverent, and shameless… this is surreal vaudeville for crooning and swooning.
ARIA award-winning Mic Conway is a singer, actor, musician, song writer, fire eater, magician, tap dancer, juggler and more. With his brother Jim, Mic founded the Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band in 1970 which became a cult phenomenon, recording seven records, two of which achieved gold status. Mic went on to create the Soapbox Circus, which became the now world famous Circus Oz of which he was a founding member. Mic has toured across Australia, Britain, USA, New Zealand and Asia delighting audiences of all ages. He has written and recorded many albums and worked across the board in theatre, music, cabaret, television and film. Mic appears in a fabulous duet with the great Robbie Long, one of Australia’s best guitarists and a Troubadour fave.
|Sat 28 March||Hallett-Flood Our banjo playing harpstar Tom Flood back with Maestro/guitarist singer Graham Hallett: country/blues and mid-Atlantic folk with Oz roots originals; + Pepercorns (WA) Brilliant folk blues duo with guitar and fiddle|
|Saturday 4 April||Colm Sands (Ireland) One of the funniest and most entertaining and original performers ever!|
|Saturday 9 May||Troubadour Theme Concert and Fund Raiser|
|Saturday 23 May||Dingo’s Breakfast (WA)|
|Later in 2020||Enda Kenny, Martin Wyndham-Read and others|