The Troubadour Folk Club sold out yet another concert at the Woy Woy Everglades Club, with the New Zealand folk duo, ‘We Mavericks’ impressing the crowd with their instrument playing and creative song lyrics.
The musical duo, which features fiddle and mandolin player Lindsey Martin and singer Victoria Vigenser sang to a crowd of 60 people on Saturday, March 27.
Troubadour Folk Club president Michael Fine said the performance was an impressive and inspiring show of talent and a memorable night for all.
“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,” Fine said.
“The duo is emerging as truly impressive creative songwriters—many of their songs really cut through, such as ‘Loose screw’ and ‘Not gonna be’ dealing in a deeply personal way with issues such as domestic abuse.
The performance was also supported by the Troubalukers, Sweet Songs and Soft Guitar, Mick Kelso, Miguel Heatwolle, Mary O’Mahony and Michael Fine.
The club’s next concert will see acoustic guitarist and three-time Golden Guitar winner Michael Fix perform at the Woy Woy Everglades Club on Wednesday, April 21.
With only a limited number of seats, Fine said booking was essential and encouraged those who were interested to purchase tickets at http://troubadour.org.au/.