Christchurch Folk Music Club
Award winning Fingerstyle guitarist and composer Jordan Brodie, is regarded as “one of the best young guitar players in Australia”. With his fine sense of showmanship and technical virtuosity, Jordan is well on his way to a flourishing solo career.
Based in Cairns, Jordan, a graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium of Music released his new album “In Good Company” in March 2018 through MGM distribution. The album explores elements of folk, jazz, and classical music and draws on old and new inspirations such as Emil Ernebro, Julian Lage, Ralph Towner and Tommy Emmanuel.
He is known to dazzle audiences with his fingerstyle guitar technique, with performance highlights including Tanks Arts Centre (Cairns), Tablelands Folk Festival (Yungaburra), Palm Creek Folk Festival (Townsville), Lions Bay House Concert (Vancouver), CastleHacket House (Galway) and performing with Michael Fix in Berlin, Germany. In 2018, Jordan toured Australia and performed in Canada, Ireland and Germany in support of his latest album. Jordan is currently recording his new album set for release in 2020. This will be followed by an extensive tour of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK and Europe. Don’t miss the opportunity to see this emerging master of the guitar.
“One of the best young guitar players in Australia”
— Director, Newport Folk Festival (Melbourne)
“A potential successor to senior compatriots such as Michael Fix, Bruce Mathiske and, yes, maybe even Tommy Emmanuel”
— Tony Hillier, Rhythms Magazine 2018
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.
16 February 2020
Covering the field from big ballads, comic ditties, songs of struggles (usually unsuccessful) against temptation, odes to conviviality and songs of unashamed sentimentality, to outrageously funny stories from a master of the art – all this accompanied by anglo concertina and button accordion.
23 February 2020
Ian Williams and Katie Mosehauer are the Glass Heart String Choir (formerly The Thoughts), a classically-influenced duo that write emotionally-charged, cinematic songs.
1 March 2020
At once heartfelt and sophisticated, Jackie Bristow combines subtle but beautiful melodies and hooks that hypnotise the listener, demand complete surrender and then stick around with the backbone of a real friend.
8 March 2020
the return to the road of C-City’s own Adam McGrath, lead singer of the south islands lovable table standers and glass spillers The Eastern. Joined by Scottish harpist and singer Esther Swift.
15 March 2020
Formed of Singer-Cellist and Songwriter Bonnie Schwarz & international Klezmer accordionist, Pete Shaw, the band take their recent venture as a duo, touring new Zealand Jan-March 2020.
5 April 2020
The Avalon swing performers live and play amongst the gyspy swing musicians of South East Qld. There, that musical world is filled with entrancing melodies.
19 April 2020
3 May 2020
Moravian, Slovak, Gypsy Swing, Balkan, Folk and original music from the streets and cafes of Prague.
10 May 2020
At the heart, Ronél is a storyteller. She has the ability to step into a song and to become a part of the story, as she takes the audience with her on a beautiful journey of discovering the heart of each song.