Christchurch Folk Music Club

BottleLake Junction: Vibrant trio of Dunne, Brownbrooke & Doublet

21 March 2021 $10 Members $15 Non-members $5 Students with ID

Jeremy Brownbrooke , Mary Dunne and Phil Doublet are BottleLake Junction.

These extraordinary musicians’ skills are in constant demand, so a BottleLake Junction concert is a rare and special treat.

Brought together by mutual respect and a love of good country music, Jeremy, Mary and Phil present original songs and tunes, top notch arrangements and tight three-part harmonies. With around ten instruments between them, BottleLake Junction’s sound is an exciting and dynamic experience.

Jeremy Brownbrooke – (vocals, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar) is an expert in just about every genre, particularly bluegrass, celtic, medieval and country fusion. He has a repertoire as big as the great outdoors.

Mary Dunne – (vocals, guitar, bouzouki, percussion) originally from Donegal, is an award-winning songstress with three albums to her credit. A fine rhythmist and enchanting vocalist, she is much loved in the folk and Irish music scene.

Phil Doublet – (vocals, guitar, resonator, banjo) is a multi-award winning artist with five solo albums, and featuring on many more. He is considered one of the best New Zealand country artists.

Doors open 7pm. Performance starts at 7.30pm, you will get a seat if you arrive close to 7pm.

VENUE: Irish Society Hall, 29 Domain Terrace, Spreydon The hall is situated up the long driveway, directly next to Domain Park, and there is plenty of well-lit off-street parking.

DOOR SALES CASH ONLY: Tea, coffee, biscuits and cake available during the break, also bar facilities for cold refreshments throughout the night, Eftpos available for purchases only, no cash-out facility. Please remember to bring your current Folk Club membership card as this is required for new club licensing.

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