Blues and roots duo at folk club
Australian blues and roots duo Sadie and Jay will feature in the Troubadour Folk Club's next concert.
Their Troubadour performance will be their first on the Coast in a long time and Folk Club president Mr Michael Fine said audiences would have a rare chance to catch the pair in a more intimate performance.
"Known for their great songwriting, exceptional vocals and tasteful accompaniment of intricate finger style guitar, bouzouki and double bass, their music styles have leanings to the alternative with a tinge of blues and roots with contemporary and original folk," Mr Fine said.
"Blending vocals of rare calibre with an evocative back-drop of traditional folk instruments this duo perform intimate, expressive and resonant music.
"Born in Scotland and raised in New Zealand, Jay grew up in a musical family immersed in traditional British folk music.
"With Welsh heritage, Sadie's love for singing is instinctive," Mr Fine said.
Songs from Sadie and Jay's previous album's Curious and Rogue Folk have been award winners in national and international song competitions.
Most recently they were finalists for Song of the Year at the Australian Celtic Music Awards.
The concert will get underway at the St Luke's Church Hall at Woy Woy from 7pm on November 23.
Doors open 6:30pm.
Tickets are essential.
Media release, 5 Nov 2019
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club
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