Greetings One and All
I am delighted to advise you all that we plan to go ahead with a long awaited club evening on Tuesday the 26th October.
After much deliberation and researching the committee has determined a safe solution to maintain the Covid Level 2 restrictions.
In collaboration with the Mayfair Cafe we are able to maintain the required social distancing for an audience of 50 maximum.
For this reason it will be essential for those wishing to attend they make contact with Fiona, our Vice-President, in order to reserve a table.
The tables will be set out to accommodate 2 persons per table.
Please text Fiona to book 021 1205961
Other requirements are...
- Record your visit on arrival using the NZ COVID TRACER or sign in on the arrival sheet.
- Masks are a requirement until you are seated
- You must remain seated at all times as table service will be provided.
- If requiring the bathroom your mask must be worn.
- Hand sanitiser will be provided.
We thank you for your continued support and patience
Looking for to seeing you then and hearing and supporting our musicians.
Having flatted together for 18 months without really playing together, The Muggingtons (Kim Bonnington and Michael Muggeridge) discovered that their vocal blend and song choices were naturally complementary.
This was exciting: Kim has always been known for her beautiful, strong voice and delicious harmonies and Michael for his unmatchable enthusiasm while he picks up a storm on his guitar. Together, The Muggingtons explore the best of Americana with such tight harmonies that sometimes even they have to stop to consider which one of them is singing the melody.
An evening with The Muggingtons includes old time country duets from acts such as the Louvin Brothers as they seamlessly travel the historical highway and move into more modern territory to celebrate the likes of Gram Parsons and Gillian Welch.
They began their musical odyssey in 1995 as Hobnail Boots. They were a party band and played a mix of Celtic, Country, and originals. Three years later they had released two albums and were on their way to play in the U.S. This was followed by gigs in England & Germany.
Now, 26 years later, they have left their boots somewhere, made copious festival appearances both national and international, released a concert video directed by Costa Botes, and are up to their seventh album.
La Wellington Tipica
"Orquesta Tipica" is a common name for Argentine tango orchestras. A tango orchestra usually consists of violin, guitar, piano, double bass, bandoneon (a type of concertina) and vocals. La Wellington Tipica play the languid, sensuous melodies of tango to perfection, with rich harmonies and the warm sinuous rhythm of the tango.