Welcome to Brisbane Unplugged Gigs

 

Welcome to Brisbane Unplugged Gigs!

Door charge $10/$7 Concession.
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.

Past Performances - November 2010

Date Performers Information



4th ..... Read more
Enosi Enosi is two people sharing a common interest in landscaping, not in the literal sense of the word but in the music we write. As an acoustic duo they enjoy nothing more than painting a picture in the mind of their audience, to hopefully share a journey through interpretation and bridge the gap of po..... Read more
Phil Monsour band Phil Monsour band (in unplugged mode) In 2008 the Phil Monsour band consisting of Ian Kimber on bass and vocals, Graham Jackson on guitar and vocals, Jon Lloyd on drums and Phil Monsour on guitar and vocals recorded and released “the Empire’s New Clothes” CD. The band has since performed regularly..... Read more



11th Scott Collins Scott is no ordinary plumber. When he opens up his pipes, he flushes out some good music. Scott is one of the organisers of the Bug and has a passion for not only his own music, but that of all the performers appearing...... Read more
Sue Wighton and Wayne Jennings Sue Wighton and Wayne Jennings have been happily collaborating for the last couple of years when the mood takes them. Sue is a singer songwriter with a great voice and a repertoire which encompasses the best of folk, jazz and contemporary song. Sue’s intuitive approach to music is beautifully com..... Read more
The Westerlies From the downs beyond Mount Tyson, down through the fields of the Tent Hill Valley, come The Westerlies. Playing their own brand of Roots Country and Western Gothic, Nick Weinert and Shane Murray bring you songs of working and driving, loving and dying...... Read more



18th Heerabella Karen Jackson and Kimberley Lysons unite to form an echanting folk ensemble named "Heerabella". Two generations of songwriters, one telling of the twisting path of youth, the other sharing the wisdom gained from the journey. Accompanied on fiddle by her musical family "Jacko" and George Jackson, Kar..... Read more
Michael Hoad Michael is a Brisbane based artist who has been performing for over twenty years. After spending most of his career fronting rock bands, singing both covers and original songs Michael, who still fronts Brisbane band ACME Tune Co, has a new focus on his original material. The experience of decades pa..... Read more
Stockade Band STOCKADE delights audiences around Queensland’s Great South East with the fabulous original songs of Chuck and Chrissy Euston…. A unique blend of blues and folk, celtic and gospel styles, with hints of bluegrass and country swing. Chuck is lead vocalist, playing acoustic & slide guitar, and man..... Read more



25th Ciderhouse Cider House is a collaboration between fiddle player / vocalist Rachel Witney-Lacey and guitarist / bassist / mandolinist / vocalist Steve Dorahy. Rachel is a native Queenslander and grew up in the infinitely musical Witney family in the hills just outside of Gympie. Steve is a Sydneysider who mov..... Read more
Michael O'Connor "The Flamin' MO's"

Just like Homer, -not only in appearance, Mick O'Connor has been on his own odd-assay...the first 20 odd years spent in Brisbane as a folk brat, the next 20 odd years roving around Oz and the next 20+ back in Brisbane trying to reconstruct how it all went right. Al..... Read more


Pirate Brides Pirate Brides - walk all planks – from small intimate functions to a crowd of thousands. With a repertoire spanning acoustic originals, bluegrass, contemporary folk and old -time, these seasoned performers combine great four-part vocals with tasty guitar, accordion, mandolin, clawhammer banjo, autoh..... Read more



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For those of you who don't know it the New Farm Bowls Club is on Brunswick St opposite New Farm Park. It has a great atmosphere, food, good parking, public transport, and a bar and a kitchen, open till 8.30pm. Click HERE to see what's coming up in the next few weeks.
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