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    • Karen Clarke plays for Acoustic Routes
      • Thursday 18 April (note this is the 3rd Thursday – a change this month), Roseneath School Hall, Maida Vale Road, Roseneath, Wellington, 7:30 pm. Parking on site or catch the number 14 bus. Entry: $15/$10 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Karen Clarke has been lurking backstage in the provincial acoustic scene refining her … Continue reading Karen Clarke plays for Acoustic Routes → The post Karen Clarke plays for Acoustic Routes first appeared on Acoustic Routes.

    • Jon Sanders plays for Acoustic Routes
      • Thursday 28 March, Roseneath School Hall, Maida Vale Road, Roseneath, Wellington, 7:30 pm. Parking on site or catch the number 14 bus. Entry: $25/$20 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Fresh from his NZ tour, bassouki world music artist Jon Sanders brings his eclectic sounds to Wellington. Featuring tracks that explore the world of … Continue reading Jon Sanders plays for Acoustic Routes → The post Jon Sanders plays for Acoustic Routes first appeared on Acoustic Routes.

    • Winter Wilson plays for Acoustic Routes
      • Thursday 22 February, Roseneath School Hall, Maida Vale Road, Roseneath, Wellington, 7:30 pm Entry: $25/$20 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged. Winter Wilson – Kip Winter and Dave Wilson – have a global reputation as superb writers, singers and musicians, and great all-round entertainers. Their 10 albums have all received … Continue reading Winter Wilson plays for Acoustic Routes → The post Winter Wilson plays for Acoustic Routes first appeared on Acoustic Routes.

    • Acoustic Routes Christmas Party
      • Sunday 10 December, 21 Gordon Road, Plimmerton, 2.00 pm – note the different venue and slightly earlier time. This year’s Christmas Party is at a venue that will be familiar to many of you, because it has been the scene of many an up-close-and-personal concert, not to mention the annual Waitangi Day gathering. We’re lucky … Continue reading Acoustic Routes Christmas Party →

    • Acoustic Routes Showcase: local treasures
      • Thursday 23 November, The Collective Community Hub, 33 Johnsonville Road, Johnsonville, 7:30 pm Entry: $15/$10 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged. Robyn-Lynn is a singer-songwriter from Kapiti. She was inspired by music at a young age but didn’t take to the stage until later, but now making up for lost time. It … Continue reading Acoustic Routes Showcase: local treasures →

    • Acoustic Routes Showcase: local treasures
      • Thursday 23 November, The Collective Community Hub, 33 Johnsonville Road, Johnsonville, 7:30 pm Entry: $15/$10 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged. Robyn-Lynn is a singer-songwriter from Kapiti. She was inspired by music at a young age but didn’t take to the stage until later, but now making up for lost time. It … Continue reading Acoustic Routes Showcase: local treasures →

    • Frank and Erin with Toil and Trouble, at Acoustic Routes
      • Thursday 28 September, Roseneath School Hall, Roseneath, 7:30 pm Entry: $15/$10 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged. Originally from Amsterdam, Frank brings his technical brilliance to this New Plymouth-based duo, while his Taranaki-born wife, Erin, provides the driving rhythm guitar and has a reputation for her unique style on the … Continue reading Frank and Erin with Toil and Trouble, at Acoustic Routes →

    • The Jimmies – the final fling, with Divine Pitch and Simple Gifts, at Acoustic Routes
      • Thursday 24 August, Roseneath School Hall, Roseneath, 7:30 pm Entry: $15/$10 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged. The Jimmies, Wellington’s longest running folk band, have decided to call it a day after more than 35 years of music making. Their appearance at Acoustic Routes’ August concert will be their swan … Continue reading The Jimmies – the final fling, with Divine Pitch and Simple Gifts, at Acoustic Routes →

    • Bob Cooper Grundy & Kate Marshall, Rachel Hird, and Glenn Barclay at Acoustic Routes
      • Thursday 27 July, Roseneath School Hall, Roseneath, 7:30 pm Entry: $15/$10 for members. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged. Bob Cooper-Grundy has been playing blues guitar and singing country songs for 50 odd years and has opened for Guy Clark, Townes van Zandt, Tom Russell and Jimmy Lafave. He plays finger picking … Continue reading Bob Cooper Grundy & Kate Marshall, Rachel Hird, and Glenn Barclay at Acoustic Routes →

    • Rob Joass, Toil & Trouble, and Sean & Rosie at Acoustic Routes
      • Thursday 22 June, Roseneath School Hall, Roseneath, 7:30 pm Entry: $15/$10 for members. A bargain! Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged. Singer songwriter Rob Joass moved to New Zealand from his native Sydney over 30 years ago and has toured and released 10 albums with his bands Hobnail, Too Many Chiefs and … Continue reading Rob Joass, Toil & Trouble, and Sean & Rosie at Acoustic Routes →

    • NZ Music Month concert at Acoustic Routes
      • Thursday 25 May, Roseneath School Hall, Roseneath, 7:30 pm Entry: $15/$10 for members. A bargain! Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged. “Let’s take a stand, protect this land…” You don’t get much more appropriate for NZ Music Month than a classic song about defending our land from a threat posed by a … Continue reading NZ Music Month concert at Acoustic Routes →

    • Acoustic Routes open blackboard concert
      • Thursday 27 April, Tawa Community Lounge, 7:30 pm Entry: $10/$5 for members and performers. Cash only (no eftpos facilities). Vaccinations and masks encouraged.   Since ANZAC Day is 25 April, the theme is war and peace. Come along and share up to two songs each or bring a poem or story to share. Put your … Continue reading Acoustic Routes open blackboard concert →

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