Christchurch Folk Music Club
Ma Bell and Guests
$5 Students with ID
An evening of acoustic bliss not to be missed with Celtic Soul /Folk Blues Artist
Izzy Miller Bell accompanied by Harry Harrison, Justine S and Guests.A singer songwriter and eloquent interpreter of song on a musical odyssey spanning 3 decades and 3 continents. From Europe to Australia and New Zealand. Izzy has performed on various platforms, from the streets, schools and prisons to major local,national and international festivals and events. The woman and face behind the Christchurch Pop Up Concert Series Izzy makes a 3-concert date whistle stop tour to launch her new album before heading over to Europe
Hot off the press the album Madame Tragedie represents the best of her personal contribution to the ‘pop up series’ and offers a collection of original composition and new arrangements that draw upon and pay homage to her Celtic roots and musical influences that have shaped her as a folk blues singer songwriter. Ma Bell will be joined on stage by Harry Harrison on multi stringed instruments & Justine S featuring on sax and flute along with special guests who worked on the album and accompanied her on the 7-year post EQ pop up journey. Limber up your vocals and join us for a night of pop up magic with Ma Bell & Guests.
Doors open 7.00pm Performance starts at 7.30pm, you will get a seat if you arrive close to 7 pm.
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.
11 November 2018
A night out with Laura Collins and the Back Porch Blues Band is a joyful celebration of why we would ‘keep the music live’.
16 November 2018 (please note this is a Friday night concert)
Nigel Parry’s unique mix of contemporary, traditional and early music relies heavily on his vocal arrangements. Hailing from the UK, he was originally a rock singer and turned to folk music through friends, historical events and real ale.
18 November 2018
Top singer-songwriter and recording artist Charlotte Yates teams up with dynamite multi-instrumentalist Show Pony (trumpet/violin/vocals) to showcase songs hot off the press from Charlotte’s latest album release,
23 – 25 November 2018
A weekend that will include opportunities to reminisce, displays, concerts, open mic, dinner and ceilidh dance
25 November 2018
In a musical style variously described and as hornless jazz, banjoless bluegrass and drumless rock, they have entertained with their brand of quirky humour and vocal and instrumental prowess
2nd December 2018
$5 with ID
9 December 2018
Mark and Brenda are well known on the acoustic music scene. Mark has a penchant for acoustic rock, blues and reggae, complimented by Brenda’s beautiful voice with which she knows how to engage an audience.
16 December 2018
Local entertainers to pay tribute to some of the greatest songs that have been censored. For example as the Gulf War began, the BBC deemed several songs inappropriate ‘Imagine’ and ‘Six months in a Leaky Boat” were two of these. This is our final concert for 2018, alongside the annual BBQ.
10 February 2018
Fiona Pears has performed and recorded internationally over the past fifteen years.
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