Folk & Goodness in the Park 26 Sept

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FolkandGoodness

Folk & Goodness at The Cafe at Rotorua Thermal Holiday Park
26 Sept
7pm til 10 pm
$10 pre-sale and $15 on the door

Menu:
Spaghetti Bolognaise, Ciabata & Salad $10
Nachos & Chili (Meat or Bean) $6
Wedges & Sour Cream $6

Dessert – Tiramisu with ice cream & cream $6

BYO – $1 per bottle of wine and $1 per six pack of beer

See http://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/folk-goodness-in-the-park-tickets-12967446983?aff=es2&rank=0

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CW Stoneking To Tour NZ

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theroguestage:

Great news! CW Stoneking in NZ soon!

Originally posted on The 13th Floor:

CW Stoneking PosterBut who is CW Stoneking? Rumours of his past are rife – he had been a boxer, that he lived in a stolen car on the outskirts of town, that his body is covered in tattoos and he doesn’t cook. And then there’s the one about him being once seen in a very different incarnation – playing lead guitar with a heavy-rock band called The Berko Boys in a Sydney. Some said he looked more like a hillbilly David Lee Roth than a Delta bluesman, with long blond hair, a black skivvy, balaclava and a stuffed fox perched on his shoulder. His bandmates were dressed as a game-show host and rodeo clown. Or so they said.

NZ Tour – November 2014

5th – Tuning Fork – Auckland (www.tuningfork.co.nz)

6th – King Street Live -Masterton (www.upwithpeople.co.nz)

7th – Bodega – Wellington (www.bodega.co.nz)

8th – Coronation Hall –…

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Eb and Sparrow Album Release Tour with guests Ted & Gloria 20 September

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Eb & Sparrow are super pleased to bring their long awaited debut album, straight into the heart of Rotorua for a very special election night full of beautiful original New Zealand music all the way from Wellington! With local couple Ted & Gloria upstairs in the Ballroom, Kusabs Building,1150 Tutanekai Street, Rotorua
Tickets $15 Presales / $20 Doorsales – children under 12 free / 12-18 $8.00
Available from Musicworks 1141 Pukuatua Street Tel:07 346 3199 or Online here at eventfinder
For more details contact Rogue Stage Tel 021 023 81057
Eb & Sparrow is a genre-defying, five-piece folk band that has been gaining attention across the country from city bars to folk clubs, festivals to house concerts. They have supported Rodriguez, Pokey LaFarge, Beth Orton, Anika Moa, The Warratahs, Delaney Davidson & Marlon Williams, Tami Neilson, and Aldous Harding.
Eb & Sparrow’s new debut album, released through Home Alone Music, is self-titled and self-assured. The 10 song collection is built on – but far exceeds – their three preceding EPs as it takes the band’s paradoxically woven nature to new heights. These songs are proudly soaring and grounded, dark and bright, dreamy and direct, country and Spanish, 1850s and 1950s, delicate and propulsive, all the while lamenting and laughing.
“We cast aching crescendoes of a time long gone, into a modern landscape” says singer and songwriter Ebony Lamb. Her impressionistic lyrics are imbued with a simple strength that comes from both heart and heartache. Her voice is unique – a cross between Cat Power and Gillian Welch and seems to resurrect an old-time soul into the here and now.
Lamb has worked tirelessly at her craft with a band that has grown organically around her. Lap-steel, trumpet and electric guitars swirl colourfully above solid and sensitive rhythm playing, moving effortlessly between a country shuffle, a Tex-Mex croon, and a hazy hooning workout.
Eb & Sparrow was recorded by award-winning Lyttelton producer and sound genius Ben Edwards (The Eastern, Delaney Davidson & Marlon Williams, Doprah, The Tiny Lies, Aldous Harding, The Unfaithful Ways, Luckless) at The Sitting Room studios.
“In these post-modem times, it’s easy to be suspicious of throwback folk music with vaudeville era aesthetics. Eb & Sparrow suggest not a yearning for an imagined brighter past, but a desire to participate in a simpler, more humanistic way of life.” – Martyn Pepperell, Vanguard Red Magazine.
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdeYJyrj67g
Eb & Sparrow http://www.ebandsparrow.co.nz/
Home Alone Music http://homealonemusic.co.nz/

African Drumming & Dance Workshop with Robert Fugah

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Exciting news!!

On Monday 1st Sept and 2nd Sept, Robert Fugah is visiting Rotorua for 2 days. He will be offering 2 workshops on both evenings, 6.30 – 8.30. 

Cost: $25 per session or $40 for both

Student rates available for under 18s

You are welcome to email me your registration (preferred) to theroguestage@gmail.com

You can also view the event detail on Eventfinder or on Eventbrite (map, venue, price or add to your calendar)

I hope you can come and share this great opportunity with other drumming enthusiasts. 

Kind regards 

Karin 

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A new season

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A month ago, I announced that The Rogue Stage will be hosting its last and final show. It was a decision I had to make, not because I had run out of steam, but because I had to take stock of the past 2 years and figure out where exactly it is I want to go. 

I still haven’t figured that bit out yet, but all I can say for now is that by popular demand, The Rogue Stage will be hosting shows again in Rotorua!

The first show will be on Friday, the 26th of Sept. I haven’t thought about where it will be yet, but it will be a mix of musicians. 

So far its:

Sweet Nadine Rae (Boston) and Levi Cooper (Nebraska) 

Callum Gentleman (Auck)

A bit of poetry

A wild (super) short play

A silent movie, genre ‘wild west’

and maybe, just maybe a silent disco!

Where will all this fun be held at? Make a wise guess and you ll be in to win two free tickets. 

callum

 

K

 

stop your tears by aldous harding

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