Before you read what Nick has to say about himself here's a link to his album which will speak for itself:
"I am a geriatrician, UNSW conjoint Associate Professor at St Vincent’s in Sydney, for years department head of Acute Geriatrics at St Vincent's, but now concentrating more on sub-acute and geriatric rehabilitation and community geriatrics, based at War Memorial hospital as well as continuing in acute care at Vinnies.
|Nick Brennan at Camelot 2014|
I have always been a guitarist and played semi-professionally for a while (great ambitions, not so much talent) and have recorded an album of Scottish folk music whilst living overseas in Scotland. I played in the Edinburgh Festival two years running in a band called Seannachie, as well as many other folk festivals in Scotland. A few years ago I started writing songs about life, ageing, politics, life and love, and released my first solo album last year. This was released as a fund raising effort for War Memorial Hospital and raised $15,000 for a hospital art fund that I set up, to get decent artwork on the walls of our little hospital. As well as some large framed prints on the walls of the wards, we now have a large mural painted on a wall and are planning a second mural to be funded by our next fund raiser, which will be a “folk night” in November. I think joining the music with the art program has been a great success.
I have written a lot more music and am planning to record another album next year."