All-round entertainer at folk club
The Troubadour Folk Club will wrap up its Fabulous February concert series with a performance by Mic Conway at Woy Woy's St Luke's Hall from 7pm on February 29..
An ARIA award winner, Mr Conway is a singer, actor, musician, songwriter, fire eater, magician, tap dancer, juggler and all-round entertainer.
Troubadour president Mr Michael Fine said, after nearly 50 years, Mr Conway was finally ready to make his Woy Woy debut.
"Mic Conway 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.
"With his brother Jim, Mic founded the Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band in 1970 which soon became a cult phenomenon.
"Together they recorded seven records, two of which achieved gold status.
"Mic then went on to create the Soapbox Circus, which went on to become a founding member of Circus Oz," Mr Fine said.
Mr Conway will be appearing with guitarist Robbie Long.
"This is the performance that will provide a climactic and unforgettable conclusion to the club's Fabulous February program."
"In these near apocalyptic times, this is one show that should not be missed," Mr Fine said.
Tickets are essential.
Media release, 12 Feb 2020
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club