|Roger White wowed us with a set of his finely crafted original musical creations. It was great to see a man who is passionate about his music deliver a passionate performance of that music. If you missed it, don't fret - Roger will be a featured guest at the 2002 Auckland Folk Festival. Make sure you catch his music there.|
|I'm always plotting and scheming ways to get to hear more of Sue Hill's music. So, when I was invited to perform for the Whangarei Folk Club I asked Sue to join me since I had to drive right by her house to get to the gig. We put together a program of alternating solos sprinkled with a few duets and had a great time performing them for the welcoming Whangarai Folk Club. If you are interested in performing there then David Smith, the program coordinator, is eager to hear from you.|
John Heyday and Vaughn Morgan delivered another great night of high quality music.
Ross Blakely has generously taken up the drivers seat for the East Coast Bays Folk Music Club, hosted at the Torbay Citizens Hall. After a first half of volunteer performers, the Captain Morgan Band took us through the rest of the evening.
Martha Louise hosted a small music and wine gathering at her lovely west coast home.
A good time was had by all. Check it out here.
|Blend Scotish and Scandenavian music and what do you get? Sula, of course. Fusion of the folkiest kind.|
|Beverly Young and her band Celtoi delivered the celtic goods. Besides being good music anytime, their CD works very nicely for me as my morning alarm clock.|
The Bunker was jammed packed beyond capacity as the Blue Bottom Stompers delivered a great evening of jazz, as they always do. We all had sore calf muscles from the impossible to resist foot stomping music.