If you have never listened to Errol Grey perform one of his songs it is fair enough to say that you have been missing out on some happiness.
Errol's clever ‘tongue in cheek’ lyrics in his very Aussie ballads will have you smiling from ear to ear from start to finish. He has the ability to take situations we come across in life and see humour in them.
Often described as a cross between John Williamson and Kevin Bloody Wilson less the swearing, Errol has signed up to bring his politically incorrect Aussie sense of humour to the Macksville Music Muster on March 28-31.
The original ‘Backyard Balladeer’ will have you in stitches with his songs and the yarns that reflect everyday life we can all relate to. With titles like ‘Working for Centrelink’, ‘They wonder why you drink’ and ‘Take me to where the whiting are biting’ you will understand why this bloke has no less than nine studio albums to his name.
To find out more about Errol’s appearance at the Muster and the other great Aussie artists that will grace the stage visit www.macksvillemusicmuster.com.au.