Another sold-out concert at the Troubadour folk club
The Troubadour Folk Club had a sold-out concert on Saturday, March 27, with We Mavericks the featured performers.
Club president Mr Michael Fine described it as "an impressive and inspiring performance".
"Victoria Vigenser's beautiful voice and powerful guitar playing were matched by Lindsay Martin's fabulous harmonies and his strong mandolin, fiddle and guitar accompaniments." They were supported by floor spots by local performers the Troubalukers, Sweet Songs and Soft Guitar, Mick Kelso, Miguel Heatwole, and Mary O'Mahony and Michael Fine.
Finger-style guitarist Michael Fix and songwriter Mark Cryle will present Time Lines: Australian Stories in Song at the Troubadour Folk Club's next concert on Wednesday, April 21.
The concert will be held in the auditorium of the Everglades Country Club.
Mr Fine said the duo would "create a unique musical perspective on Australian history with a catalogue of important original songs".
He said Michael Fix was winner of three Golden Guitar awards at Tamworth Music Festival.
"His virtuosity, style and great laid back humour have been acknowledged here and on numerous European tours."
Mr Fine said Mark Cryle was a historian and verse writer as well as "an extraordinary musician" from Queensland.
He said the pair were among the country's best writers of song and verse, were bringing "this unique new body of work" to Woy Woy as part of a live tour of NSW.
Booking is required.
For further information, visit the club's website www.troubadour.org.au or phone 4342 6716.
Social media, 28 Mar 2021
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club