Canadian troubadour hits Everglades stage

Scott Cook and Pamela Mae

Canadian troubadour Scott Cook and his partner Pamela Mae will perform at the Everglades Club, Woy Woy at 7pm on Friday, April 12.

Cook has been hailed as one of the greatest new generation singer-writers of contemporary international folk music.

A true modern-day troubadour, he writes most of his own material – beautiful, often simple and direct songs that reflect on almost any subject.

He plays great guitar and sings in a direct, no nonsense style that inspires and thrills new listeners and old fans alike.

He also has a great sense of humour which infuses his song writing and his performance.

This year, for the first time in Australia, he will share the stage with his very talented sweetheart, Pamela Mae, who plays upright bass, banjo and accompanies him on vocals.

Cook’s latest collection, Tangle of Souls, comes packaged in a cloth-bound, 240-page hardcover book of road stories and ruminations, equal parts introspection and insurrection.

The album earned Cook his third Canadian Folk Music Award nomination.

Songs from the album have taken top honours for the folk category in both the 2020 UK Songwriting Competition and the 2020 Great American Song Contest.

He’s been back on the road full-time since January 2022, visiting 43 states and eight Canadian provinces, and broadcasting livestreams from the back of his van.

In 2024 he and Mae will tour Australia and North America and record an eighth album for release in the fall.

This will be Cook’s third appearance for the Troubadour Folk Club in Woy Woy.

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