Lime and Steel to play at folk club
Lime and Steel will bring the folk and charm of their Australian, southern bluegrass and Celtic roots to Woy Woy's Troubadour Folk Club on May 27.
In recent months Lime and Steel have been unloading rusty station wagons at folk festivals from Woodford in Queensland to Cygnet in Tasmania.
They've been rolling out original gems which have seen them featured in a range of song writing awards.
"They play beautiful folk and acoustic music with enormous love and commitment," according to the Troubadour's President, Mr Michael Fine.
"They have an appeal across the ages.
"They make older music lovers remember what it was like to be young, and inspire young people to respect and cherish the old traditions.
Lime and Steel will appear at the Troubadour, in the CWA Hall in Woy Woy from 7:00pm on Friday, May 27.
Media release, 10 May 2017
Michael Fine, The Troubadour
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