Christchurch Folk Music Club

PRESIDENT
Steve Stern | email: president@folkmusic.org.nz

All enquiries about booking gigs should be made to Steve.

SECRETARY
Judi Smitheram | phone: h – 384 7401, Mob 027 454 3885
email: secretary@folkmusic.org.nz

TREASURER AND MEMBERSHIP
Gary Elford email: membership@folkmusic.org.nz

Committee
Martin Kraakman
Gerard Manley

If anyone wants anything raised at a Committee meeting, suggestions, bouquets or brickbats, let a committee member know.

Hear Ye:
All correspondence and contributions to the “Hear Ye” or this web site are gratefully welcomed and should be sent to:

Christchurch Folk Music Club
PO Box 964
CHRISTCHURCH 8140

or contact the Editor, on email: president@folkmusic.org.nz

Molly’s Remedy

25 August 2019
Mixing folk, country and Irish traditional music performing original songs and re-arrangements in an energetic yet sensitive way.

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BottleLake Junction

29 September 2019
With a total of ten instruments between them; a bunch of original songs and tunes; throw in some top notch arrangements and tight three-part harmonies; and there you have it

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The Kilmarnock Edition

6 October 2019
The group features mainly Scottish and Irish songs, both serious and amusing, with audience participation welcomed.

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Kenny Speirs

13 October 2019
Kenny Speirs has been a well-known figure on the national and international folk circuit for over twenty five years

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James Bar Bowen

3 November 2019
James Bar Bowen is an original acoustic folk-punk singer songwriter from the north of England. His poetic and thought-provoking songs tell personal and political stories from a variety of perspectives.

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Bill Hickman

24 November 2019
Wellingtonian Bill Hickman has a voice that has you coming back for more – celebrating the release of his latest album ‘Crossbones

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Jon Sanders

1 December 2019
A man of landscape and soundscape, Jon Sanders has developed a unique world music sound and style that evokes diverse cultures in a “quantum leaping” way, (so says the Irish Times.)

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