Jazz, roots and blues singers at folk club
The Troubadour Folk Club's next concert will feature jazz, roots and folk singers, Alicia and Alana.
The twin sisters' harmonies and song writing have won Alicia and Alana awards across Australia, including Best New Talent at Port Fairy Folk Festival.
"Their lyrics, equal parts heart and humour, sparkle with an original, intimate voice that is rare in songwriters today," said Troubadour president Mr Michael Fine.
"They have charmed audiences across Australia, from the National Folk Festival in Canberra to Fairbridge, Western Australia, and Cygnet Festival in Tasmania.
"As identical twins, they have a rich, intuitive vocal blend, creating magical close harmonies unique to siblings like The Andrews Sisters.
"They bring warmth, wit and a sense of fun wherever they perform and some of the greatest musicians you're ever likely to see.
"Their band features the fine talents of Jen Hawley (guitar), Silas Palmer (piano, violin) and Sarah Busutill (violin, snare drum)," Mr Fine said.
Alicia and Alana will perform when the Troubadour at St Luke's Church Hall at Woy Woy from 7pm on September 21.
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Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club
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