After 26 years of performing together, Kath Morgan and Di Clifford have recorded their first album.
Virago was launched earlier in the month. It contains five folk songs, including harp music from Ms Morgan. Ms Clifford said she had no favourite song as each was special in its own way.
Ms Clifford said the idea to record their music started when they were invited to perform at the Bush Music Club in Marrickville.
"We've never had one. We normally hide behind a bush when it's mentioned," she said.
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But in August they started the complicated process of turning their tracks into an EP, thanks to a friend with a recording studio. Since it was launch, Virago has been well received.
"We are thrilled with the local feedback and all of the support from all our friends across NSW who attend our events or buy the CD," Ms Clifford said.
The duo play a variety of folk songs from comedic tunes to ancient stories. Ms Clifford been performing together for so long simply because they loved it.
"When people see us get up and perform they don't know what they're going to get," the singer said.
Virago is $10 and can currently be bought from Ms Clifford directly.
"The shop front is my handbag. I've learnt not to carry a small handbag."