Michelle Duff talks to renowned fiddler Colleen Trenwith before her concert at The Globe this weekend.
Coleen started as a classical musician before she was swept up by a banjo player and hit the road with Australia’s king of country music, Slim Dusty.
As a classical fiddler, the then 20-year-old Colleen Bain was doing quite well. A member of the New Zealand Youth Orchestra, she was starting to make a name for herself when she moved to Hamilton to start teacher’s college. That’s when she met the banjo player.
Read the full interview at The Manawatu Standard