The Young Regional School of Music are thrilled to announce that Troy Cassar-Daley will be in Young for the National Cherry Festival this year. Troy will be playing at the Young Services Club at 8:30pm on Friday the 1st December, where he will perform songs from his most recent album Things I Carry Around as well as many other favourites.
Troy is regarded as one of Australian country music’s finest singer/songwriters and is a hugely successful artist, much adored by country music fans across Australia and renowned for being one of the great story-tellers of all time. Troy is well known for his generosity and is well respected by his peers and the greater music industry.
Troy’s’ career spans 10 studio albums over 30 years, and he has been awarded numerous accolades including 4 ARIA’s, 32 Golden Guitars, 2 APRA Country Song of the year awards, 9 Deadlys (Australian Indigenous Artist Awards), 4 CMAA Entertainer of the Year awards. He has sold in excess of 450,000 albums and received gold and platinum records.
Troy is a man who believes deeply in community and giving back to the industry and is a proud member of the Bundjalung nation who has a true connection to his land and people. Most significantly, through his generosity of spirit as a man, artist, husband, father and son, he reminds us of what is real, of what matters and what doesn’t, through his music.
It is said that in art it takes a lifetime to make something appear extremely simple, and yet this is what Troy has achieved. Troy’s music is beautifully honed, and crafted so seemingly effortlessly, that people feel a real connection to Troy & his songs. Troy’s music is honest and true, the emotions, remembrances and yearnings spoken of are common feelings we can all relate to. A great chronicler of the human heart Troy’s live show is an experience to be revered. Troy Cassar-Daley the much loved and lauded Australian musician, a living treasure of country music and country Australia.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see Troy in person.
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