Kiwigrass Academy (Photo: Ian Fisk)
A good number of us went to the Kiwigrass academy and we hope you notice our new-found skills at the club night on Wednesday. There was so much to learn – not just from the academy but also from watching the flash guns at the...Read More »
Yes we will be at the Auckland Folk Festival and hosting the bluegrass concert at 5pm on Sunday in the Mill.
The Bluegrass Concert features:
The Downunderdogs Pipi Pickers Peter Neumegen and Henry Plant with bass player Garry Trotman Gone Blue Bluegrass and Beyond
The Auckland Folk...Read More »
Fiddler Dave Kahn and claw hammer banjo player David Ward (pictured) will be joined by bassist Eamon Edmundson-Wells to bring us Shindig.
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...Read More »
The Jam Tarts
We are not going to let Christmas go by without some snowflakes and baby Jesus songs along with an indulgent supper.
There will be floor spots in the first half, with a bias toward songs that would look good in a Santa suit. Then, thanks to a generous...Read More »
Last time Wires and Wood played for us at the Bunker, the place was jumpin’. Their strings were practically melting. This month they are back with their blend of bluegrass, and you’ll kick yourself if you miss the magic.
Wires and WoodThe Bunker, DevonportWednesday 13 November 2019 8pmMembers $8, non members $10 cash at the...Read More »
LTR: Sam, Laurence, Nat Kim, James.
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....Read More »
Daylight saving is in, and spring is sprung, so you can head up to the Bunker in daylight again, for another great Auckland Bluegrass Club Concert.
We can pretty much guarantee some pretty tunes, slick tunes, sad songs, happy songs, and songs glorifying alcoholism, smoking, gambling, rambling, God, life in prison,...Read More »
Jamming at the Greenhouse
It worked! Last month we had a great jam session at the Greenhouse in Ponsonby and this month we’re going to repeat the fun. It was a great occasion to have a go, or sing without fear of being an egg. We have a...Read More »
If you find yourself retreating to the bedroom and playing to yourself, for well …fun… here’s a tonic that will restore your musical self esteem, give you instant social credibility, and put everything right with the world.
Thanks to the generosity of a supporter, Auckland Bluegrass Club has got the key...Read More »
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Our AGM is so exciting you will bolt down your dinner and leave the dishes in the sink as you rush out the door.* At the very least it is almost certainly less formal and way quicker than any others you’ve experienced.We’ll hear a quick summary from the president, check...Read More »