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Killer strings on Whangateau Hall stage

31 Jan 2017 10:20 am

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Brisbane-based bluegrass band The Company.
The Whangateau Hall will be the last stop on the national tour of Australian bluegrass band The Company, often described as “a killer bluegrass band”, on February 19.

The band boasts two Australian bluegrass champions on guitar, fiddle and banjo, and will present a mix of both original and traditional acoustic music.

The Company brings together Nashville-based and New Zealand-born George Jackson on fiddle and banjo, Brisbane’s guitar guru Jamie Clark, tenor vocals and mandolin player Michael Patrick of Townsville, and Norwegian-born double bassist Markus Karlsen.

The tour comes following the recent release of their third studio album, Six and Five.

The full-length concert is presented by the Whangateau Folk Club and starts at 8pm.
Info: whangateau.co.nz

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