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Posted Thursday, September 15, 2005
The House concert at Engadine on Sunday 28th August 2005 featured Danny Spooner, a singer of traditional and contemporary folk songs of Britain and Australia - solo acoustic singer, guitar and concertina.
Danny Spooner is a social historian. His passion is the expression of British and Australian culture through folk music. Danny Spooner loves to sing about people. For 30 years he's sung at festivals, clubs and house concerts in Europe, England, Canada and the USA. There and in Australia audiences have enjoyed his concert brackets, workshops and one-man shows, his deep multi-disciplinary understanding of social history, his personal warmth, and his immense repertoire of songs covering the full range of human emotions, endeavours and experiences. He is a spellbinder who can make traditional music seem new and can make new songs seem old. Attracted a full house.
Lots of socialising and fun as well as afternooon tea.