On a journey with Troy
Country singer launches album and life story at close-and-personal show at Rooty Hill RSL on Friday
IF YOU don’t have anything planned for Friday, then you’d better get in quick.
Rooty Hill RSL has a couple of outstanding entertainment options, both with a stamp of the best in the business.
Country star Troy Cassar-Daley has chosen the local club to launch his autobiography Things I Carry Around and the accompanying album of the same name, which is his 10th.
The album encapsulates his journey as a song writer.
It focuses on stories of Cassar-Daley’s family – love and loss have been woven into song and they take his audiences on a journey throughout his life.
Cassar-Daley told The Standard last month his Western Sydney fans could expect an up-close-and-personal show with an intimate environment.
“For people that have been to my shows before it will be so different — it will be very stripped back,” Cassar-Daley said.
“It is just me and my guitar in a lounge; there will also be a question and answer section.”
The 47 year old confessed this new album was “all heart and no head”.
“It is special to me and my only full record of real emotion,” he said.
“Stylistically it is like the music I listened to as a child – there are cruising songs but also get-upand-go type songs.”
Tickets are $99 which includes dinner, drink on arrival, the show and Cassar-Daley’s autobiography or the album.
If country music isn’t your thing, you can skip across the carpet and take in the monthly House of Fun comedy night.
The popular session features some of Australia’s best comics.
And, best of all, the evening is free to members while visitors will pay $20.
For more information and tickets, visit rootyhillrsl.com.au or call 9625 5500.
Troy Casser- Daley will be launching his autobiography and 10thth album on Friday. Picture: e: Russell Shakespeare