people who are in recovery by sharing the joys of singing together. And sing they do! This choir loves singing so much they now meet twice a week.
They also promote the great work that happens at The Buttery. Not all choir members have been to The Buttery, but all members refrain from taking drugs. This creates a safe place for those looking for a choir that can support the process of recovery.
Loani McRae, who leads the choir program at The Buttery, is excited about Twisted Fate. ‘The group now has many members who are very experienced
musically and who have led the choir in new and interesting ways’, she said.
At Saturday’s concert you will hear many of their favourite songs plus The Buttery Residents Choir and solos from choir members and friends, including some original material. Soup and snacks will be available at interval. All money donated will go towards keeping the choir going and accessible for all. Twisted Fate and friends perform on Saturday at the Bangalow Catholic Hall from 5pm.
Entry by donation.