Television appearance for 79-year-old 'singing caddie'
A 79-year-old Woy Woy man who promotes himself as the Singing Caddie has appeared in the Channel 9 series The Voice.
Paul Stevens was applauded for his rendition of the Beatles song In My Life, but did not make it through the Blind Auditions.
Paul said the title of the Singing Caddie came from his background as a musician and his career as a golf caddie.
Originally from England, Paul said he was the longest serving golf caddie in the world, including being caddie for Australian pro golfer Greg Norman.
He moved to Woy Woy in 2017 and since was diagnosed with throat cancer.
"I'm still attempting to fight back to normality and continue my entertaining in clubs locally and in golf clubs as a specialist speaker and presenter.
"I am still continuing to do my Charity shows for the Children's Leukemia and Cancer Research Foundation."
Email, 18 June 2020,
Paul Stevens, Woy Woy