Shindig: the fast and furious clawhammer banjo of David Ward, the lightning bow of fiddler Dave Khan, and bass whiz Eamon Edmundson-Wells.
More electrifying than a spark plug lead, these guys will make your hair stand on end with their music.
David Ward is a diversely creative guitarist and banjo player who composes for theatre and original projects. He has performed in numerous musical settings, touring extensively in NZ, Singapore, Australia, India, Germany and the U.S.A.
Dave Kahn according to Famous Elsewhere website is “Ridiculously talented, he is also a modest presence on stage who can set the air alight with seemingly effortless playing, he also turns down the moods for hush-now intimacy.”
Meanwhile Eamon Edmundson-Wells has a bass CV that is long and varied, and can be summed up by saying he is simply one of those bassists everybody loves to have underpin their band.
Don’t miss this trio formed from the cream of New Zealand talent.
Shindig The Bunker, Devonport Wednesday 11 September 2019 8pm Members $10, non members $15 cash at the door Floor spots in the first half.
If there is a New Zealand bluegrass supergroup this is probably it. Introducing …(drum roll builds, thunderous applause)… You, Me, Everybody.
Prodigy brothers Sam and Laurence Frangos-Rhodes of RhodeWorks mandolin and guitar fame.
Legendary banjo picker Nat Torkington, The Pipi Pickers pickers’ picker.
Pure country-hearted Kim Bonnington, last seen at the Auckland Bluegrass Club as half of Kim and Dusty.
James Geluk known both as spider fingers and the rock underpinning Tui winning The Frank Burkitt Band.
You, Me, Everybody starts at bluegrass, weaving jazz, country and blues to create a dynamic sound that showcases the best of Americana in a concert across two sets from 7:30 pm. at the Greenhouse in Ponsonby.