On McLeod nine

That master troubadour Rory McLeod is coming to the North Coast. This is a treat not to miss.

His songs record his observations of the world he has travelled, of the people he has met and of the love he has had and given. In the tradition of the very best of troubadours, Rory McLeod has spent his life travelling, performing and writing.

Ive travelled to look for work, to mend a broken heart, to be with someone I longed for, said Rory.

Id travel to visit friends and on the way Id make new ones. Id roam because I was curious to see what was around the next corner. Sometimes I travelled to follow the warmer weather and migrate... like the birds and the big whales and fishes do.

He is a modern travelling troubadour who now lives in the UK and uses tap shoes, a cappella, harmonica, guitar, trombone, spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djembe and various percussion instruments.

This is the first time he has been to Australia in five years. (Hes been enjoying the bliss of domestic life.)

Rory McLeod will play the Bangalow Catholic Hall next Wednesday, March 21, at 8pm. Tickets are $22/18 at the door.


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