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Back from Nowra’s Teaclub

It was so great to be able to spend the afternoon playing music for the great kids and families of Nowra. The weather was kind and sunny and everyone seemed very relaxed and happy to be there. We raised a bit of money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation, thanks to the support of the Nowra community and that was a very rewarding outcome. The kids that were there were very keen to join in the music, and for most of the day I was joined on stage by them, singing, playing tambourine and stompbox, or dancing in front of the stage to some of my quiet songs, which was fun. Thanks to Charlie for sending through this pic. Just gearing up now for the Basement gig this coming Monday.

The Nowra Teaclub Sunday Session on 11th Jan 2009

I am really looking forward to heading to Nowra on the weekend to perform at The TeaClub. It is such a picturesque garden with a very relaxed atmosphere. I came across it recently on a regional tour for The Starlight Childern’s Foundation and planned the return trip, just to play at this great venue. I will take some photos of the garden and stage. On our way there we plan to spend a night at the Bush Bank, which is one of the nicest properties I have seen. It is just out of Kiama and is nestled in a small valley among the trees, with grassy paddocks running down to the cliffs. I have often passed it and only recently happily became aware that it was a bed and breakfast. If you can make it to The Teaclub performance on Sunday, the address is 46 Berry Street, Nowra NSW (ph 02 4422 0900). Entry is free and I will be playing in the afternoon from about 2pm.