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February

C W Stoneking

Tuesday, 10th February

Wednesday, 11th February

Show @ 8.00 pm

 

Following on from his wildly successful national tour and the  release of his much-lauded new album Gon’ Boogaloo, CW Stoneking is all set to bring his tunes to a town near you with a run of regional dates lined up for February.

Released on October 17th, 2014, it has been a 6-year wait for the latest taste of CW’s inimitable musical stylings.  However, CW has delivered with Gon’ Booglaoo praised by critics as –

“The most joyously primitive album you’ll hear all year, and the most authentic.”

Stack Magazine

“Guaranteed to have bare feet slapping the bar-room floor”

The Age (4 stars)

“A raucous party album… a total joy to listen to.”

Speaker TV (9/10 stars)

Gone are the sepia-toned tales of marooned adventures in the tropics of his last release, the ARIA Award winning Jungle Blues, this time replaced with the latest invention in the world of C.W. Stoneking, electricity!  C.W. has stashed his afore-favoured vintage National guitar and banjo combo for a shiny gold Fender and an extra large helping of rock ‘n’ gospel dancehall blues to deliver 12 tracks recorded directly to tape with his full band, his very own hokum wall of sound.
 

Don’t miss your chance to catch this enigmatic and charismatic performer live! 

Show only

$44

 

Package:

-Ensuite room

-2 x tickets

$196

 

 

*To Book call 4782 1322

8.00am-7.00pm

or

email us through our enquiries page

March

London Klezmer Quartet

Saturday, 28th March

Show @ 8.00 pm

 

The London Klezmer Quartet, an all-female band, are innovators and have emerged as leaders in the international klezmer scene, presenting a heady mix of traditional and original melodies that is the celebratory and soulful music of pre-war Jewish eastern Europe. They take audiences on a Jewish Odyssey from Eastern Europe to Australia via the Balkans, Turkey, the US and London. Their traditional sound evokes a fervour and joy reminiscent of the Jewish minstrels who kept people dancing, crying and laughing in the ‘shtetls’ of eastern Europe for hundreds of years, where they were the essential ingredient at every wedding celebration.

They have their audiences dancing in the aisles, and are described by Frank London, of the Grammy Award-winning Klezmatics, as “four of Europe's most talented klezmer musicians. They are great performers and teachers and bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and excitement to their performances". According to Songlines magazine, their latest CD (Butterfield Green, N16, January 2013) has  “A fantastic sound with inventive arrangements, virtuosity, exciting original tunes and soulful playing.” The UK Sunday Times said: "The tradition is safe in the hands of the next generation." 

The band’s winning combination of exuberance, passion and accomplishment has proven popular – within a year of its formation in 2009, LKQ was being booked by leading UK world and folk music promoters - Songlines Magazine, Kazum, Continental Drifts and The Magpie’s Nest, swiftly becoming festival favourites.

About the band:

Ilana Cravitz (violin) - based in London (UK)

Susi Evans (clarinet) -based in  London (UK)

Carol Isaacs (accordion) - based in London (UK)

Indra Buraczewska (double bass) - based in Melbourne (OZ)

 

Show only

$34

 

Package:

-Ensuite room

-2 x tickets

$208

 

 

*To Book call 4782 1322

8.00am-7.00pm

or

email us through our enquiries page

London Klezmer Quartet

Sunday, 29th March

Show @ 1.00 pm

 

The London Klezmer Quartet, an all-female band, are innovators and have emerged as leaders in the international klezmer scene, presenting a heady mix of traditional and original melodies that is the celebratory and soulful music of pre-war Jewish eastern Europe. They take audiences on a Jewish Odyssey from Eastern Europe to Australia via the Balkans, Turkey, the US and London. Their traditional sound evokes a fervour and joy reminiscent of the Jewish minstrels who kept people dancing, crying and laughing in the ‘shtetls’ of eastern Europe for hundreds of years, where they were the essential ingredient at every wedding celebration.

They have their audiences dancing in the aisles, and are described by Frank London, of the Grammy Award-winning Klezmatics, as “four of Europe's most talented klezmer musicians. They are great performers and teachers and bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and excitement to their performances". According to Songlines magazine, their latest CD (Butterfield Green, N16, January 2013) has  “A fantastic sound with inventive arrangements, virtuosity, exciting original tunes and soulful playing.” The UK Sunday Times said: "The tradition is safe in the hands of the next generation." 

The band’s winning combination of exuberance, passion and accomplishment has proven popular – within a year of its formation in 2009, LKQ was being booked by leading UK world and folk music promoters - Songlines Magazine, Kazum, Continental Drifts and The Magpie’s Nest, swiftly becoming festival favourites.

About the band:

Ilana Cravitz (violin) - based in London (UK)

Susi Evans (clarinet) -based in  London (UK)

Carol Isaacs (accordion) - based in London (UK)

Indra Buraczewska (double bass) - based in Melbourne (OZ)

Show only

$34

 

Package:

-Ensuite room

-2 x tickets

$176

 

 

*To Book call 4782 1322

8.00am-7.00pm

or

email us through our enquiries page