Another great festival at Tamworth over and done
Sunday morning, January 19 Kicked off my festival journey with a walk-up to the Coca Cola Stage in the Town Hall, closely followed by a set at Story Tellers at The Sider Diner. In the afternoon I was, once again, part of the awesome ‘Dolly For Dolly’ benefit concert at The Moonshiner’s Bar.
Monday night, 20th Hands Across the Water dinner and show at The Square Man Inn, will showcase NZ and Oz artists presented by Key2 Artist Promotions. Check the poster below for the lineup.
Wednesday morning, 22nd A bunch of us were at The Big Golden Guitar presenting From Here and Across The Ditch.
In the afternoon, I was amongst the fun on The Family Zone Stage in Kable Avenue. Many thanks to Phil Chaffer for helping me out with a bit of lead guitar at this and a couple of other gigs.
Thursday afternoon, 23rd The Tamworth Songwriters Association will present ‘Songwriters on Show’ at The City Bowling Club Auditorium. I appeared alongside: Paula Standing, Matthew Munro, Barbara and Brian, Alice Benfer, Ian Wilkinson, Lucy Parle, Andy Penkow.
Friday, 24th The Post Office Hotel in Fitzroy St was the scene of various artists showcasing their goods to the thronging crowd. The early birds caught me there in the morning. In the afternoon, I caught an amazing songwriter gig by Rod McCormack, Greg Champion at The Matt Scullion Sessions at The Hogs Breath Cafe. I voted the best Tamworth gig of 2020.