The Remarkables were asked to play on the Saturday night InvitationConcert at the Auckland Folk Festival last January. Here are some pics taken by our good friend Gerard Hudson.
Don’t miss this last chance to hear the band in this line up!
Pete’s going overseas for a while, so there won’t be bluegrasscountryswing quite like this in Auckland for a while.
Great warm up acts.
121 Ponsonby Road,
Saturday, 5 January 2013, 7:00 pm,
No cover charge, tip jar at the bar.
A cool event to be part of on a nice summer days in Auckland. Great Steel band as well!
Bonus to have Robbie Laven playing along and finally hauling out his mandolin
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The Remarkables with Robbie Laven on fiddle and deluxe percussionÂ
An evening of foot stompin’ western swing, blues, bluegrass, gypsy swing, and Americana.
One show – Biddy Mulligan’s
742 Victoria Street, Hamilton
Friday 26th October 8pm
Cover charge $20/ $15
(behind main Torbay shops at 37 Watea Road).
When: 8pm, first Friday of each month (except January).
Admission: $7 general admission ($5 college students) & $5 performers.
Note: Sorry no alcohol permitted in this hired venue.
Format: Casual performers 1st half with featured guest in the 2nd half.
Contact: Bob Uhe, Tel: 09-4263588, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Judith Moore, Tel: 09-4275728, or Email: email@example.com
There are at least two great things about this venue:
1. You can have a go at open mic first – go see Swigger when you get there.
2. You can enjoy a decent pint of ale, and, if you want, a plate of chips.
Hope to see you there!
3 pm 19 Feb 2012
469 Karangahape Road
Those Bay of Plenty folk know how to have a good time, and we will be just one a a string of great Acts they have got lined up for 2012
Katikati Folk Club holds monthly concerts at the Katikati Bowling Club premises in Park Road, Katikati .
Now in its 17th year, Katikati Folk Club is a vital, exciting club with an ever-growing membership as more people discover the best-kept secret in the Bay of Plenty.
They have almost 300 subscribers, have regular audiences of 70 to 100 but are always keen to welcome new members.
Doors open at 7:00pm and the evening gets underway at 7:30pm, finishing around 10 to 10:30pm.
The bar is open throughout the evening with wine, beer and soft drinks available at very competitive prices. There is an intermission at around 8:30pm for tea, coffee and biscuits (at no extra charge). Sometimes there are even mallowpuffs!
Admission prices are as advertised: usually $20 for visitors and $15 for members.
The Toolroom@ Hardware cafe has been broken into and they are all in disarry so the gigs have been deferred for now.