Welcome to Brisbane Unplugged Gigs

 

Welcome to Brisbane Unplugged Gigs!

Door charge $10
Every Tuesday at New Farm Bowls Club 969 Brunswick St opposite New Farm Park

 
7.30pm - Blackboard (3x10minute spots)
8.15 - 9.00 pm - First Act
9.15 - 10.00 pm - Second Act
So bring your instruments and your voices! The blackboard segment will be first in first served. There is a full bar and food is available at reasonable prices.

Upcoming Performances - August 2020

 
Date    Performers Information



4th Dennis Duigan Dennis Duigan picks and hollers heartfelt songs of broken love, hardship and sorrow. His characteristic sound is born from a vocal falling somewhere between high lonesome and soulful blues, cast over a foundation of fingerstyle guitar, flatpicking and clawhammer banjo. He draws from the vast cano..... Read more
 
  Tin Star Well 2020 started with a bang for Tin Star, performing at Woodford Folk Festival, playing with Mick Thomas (Weddings Parties Anything) at Lefty's Music Hall and then ... nothing. With no shows in the foreseeable future, we slacked off a little, drank lots of cups of tea, watched lots of movie..... Read more
 



11th Alan Kelly and Steve Cook. Born in Dublin, Alan Kelly is the driving force behind Celtic folk rock quintet the Barleyshakes. Alan’s songwriting and singing have won him several awards including Best World Music Song at the Q Music Awards in 2011 for ‘The Green and the Blue’. His DADGAD guitar style is explosive, melodic an..... Read more
 
  Mama Juju and the Jam Tarts Mama Juju & The Jam Tarts embrace their inner girl power with quirky songs, big personalities and sweet harmonies. They easily slide across musical genres from folk to country, jazz, rock and blues. Their sassy and sometimes funny original songs have been well received at Festival performances a..... Read more
 



18th The Inadequates The Inadequates are an acoustic folk-rock trio with a bad taste in fashion. Listen to their tight harmonies and marvel as they commandeer the stage in their three-piece, machine-washable, polyester suits. Playing unique covers and originals, they’ll take you on a tour through various genres, stop..... Read more
 
  Sue Wighton and the Margaritas After their highly acclaimed performance at the BUG last year, and a sell-out show at the 2018 Neurum Creek Music Festival (well, to be fair, it was a captive audience) Sue Wighton and the Margaritas are delighted to regroup for this, their much awaited third gig. Like their namesake these ..... Read more
 



25th Steve Tyson What do a Japanese man fanning his penis in a train, a petrified Russian tour guide, a drunken Irish wife-basher, and an Australian trying to avoid the aftermath of 9-11 all have in common...? They are the inspiration for some of the extraordinary songs by Steve Tyson, from his recently released sol..... Read more
 
  Avalon Swing The Avalon swing performers live amongst the gyspy tribes of South East Qld. A rough and tumble world not far from here. Take heed as Avalon Swing pass themselves off as Gentry and have been known to say "We are an art deco inspired celebration of acoustic swing music. We bring a bit of Gatsb..... Read more
 



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