Two invited to folk club
Kent Daniel and Christopher Cady will perform at the Troubadour Folk Club at Woy Woy on Saturday, June 24.
Kent plays folk music when he can and has led the Bushfire bushdance band from the Hunter Valley since 1987, according to folk club president Mr Michael Fine.
Kent was part of the Musica Viva program in schools for 11 years.
He has played at many festivals and has made appearances on TV and radio.
He will join Christopher Cady, a finger style blues guitarist.
Playing ragtime blues in the Piedmont style, Christopher draws from the works of the old blues masters such as Blind Blake and the Rev Gary Davis, Mississippi John Hurt and Blind Willie Johnson.
He performs an authentic blues repertoire, reaching out to the source materials found in ragtime, stride piano and country blues.
He sets the standard when it comes to finger style blues and has featured at various festivals including the National Folk Festival, said Mr Fine.
Both of these musicians will perform their own sets and also play together.
Support will come from local performers.
Media release, 6 Jun 2017
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club
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