Folk club concert was first in many months
The Troubadour Folk Club concert on Saturday, March 5, was the first in many months.
"The closure of music venues reshaped our summer," said club president Mr Michael Fine.
"It was our largest concert in many years, certainly our largest indoors, filling the auditorium at the Everglades Country Club in a a performance that sold out well before the weekend."
Mr Fine said the highlight was the amazing and extremely polished performance by the five member Highly Strung Rock and Roll Orchestra and their guest performers.
"The family band showed they are one of the world's most professional and polished, with a commanding performance that covered a huge range of folk, traditional and modern standards," he said.
"There was great support from floor spots, headed up by the Wild Women of Anywhere Beach, and bush poet Peter Mace, and locals Dennis Aubrey, Michael Fine and Trish Peart.
The next Troubador concert on April 2 will feature Gordie Tentrees from the Yukon in Canada, our first overseas performer in more than two years, and the extraordinary Jane Germain, a singer and banjo/guitar player from the Central Coast.
Media release, 6 Mar 2022
Michael Fine, Troubadour Folk Club