Come and join in a fabulous evening of French song, fun and gypsy swing with NZ’s premier vocal manouche band, La Luna & the Gadjos.
The group will play The Rogue Stage, Prince’s Gate Hotel (Monarch Room) as part of their Bite-sized Tour.
Chanteuse La Luna (Caro Manins) sings vintage Piaf with nerve and verve together with classic songs from the steamy hot clubs of Paris.
Sax-man Roger Manins adds plenty of New Orleans soul, and also on show are the gypsy talents of:
Phillip Beatson – lead guitar
James “le Prof” of the burning violin
Steve Sherry – la pompe
Chris Marshall – contrabass
Tickets are $30 and available at https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2018/la-luna-the-gadjos/rotorua
For more information, call 02102381057 or email Karin Vincent at firstname.lastname@example.org
Karin & Barry
Cricket Farm are touring this summer in support of our debut album ‘Bending Spoons’, and they are stoked to be playing at The Rogue Stage! Esther Swift, who is an incredible harpist and singer songwriter all the way from Scotland, will be joining them. Come and let them serenade you through Sunday evening.
$15 presales undertheradar
$20 door sales
Doors open 730, show from 8.
Cricket Farm are a three-piece indie-folk/gypsy act hailing from Auckland, New Zealand.
Since their formation in 2016 they have won the hearts of audiences with their quaint and sunny sound, which the band describes as “music for hopeless romantic conspiracy
Cricket Farm is made up of multidisciplinary artist Hayley Robertson, Sims Ross (Yebisu, The Murderchord) and Joel Vinsen (Ijebu Pleasure Club, Spiral, Panhandlers).
‘Hard truths sung in a soft voice, accompanied by plucky Chet Atkins inspired nylon string guitar and ukulele, and coloured with clarinet, acoustic gypsy jazz guitar & weird buzzy electric guitar’.
‘I cried three times’ – sad/happy punter.
‘Cricket Farm sing so sweetly but then there are these intense lyrics. And their dynamic on stage is magic. It’s just really good. No really. I’m serious. It is really just very good.’ – Rohan Evans (Wine Cellar)
‘One of the best shows & audience rapport I’ve seen here; reminds me of the Nukes.’ – Punter, Eggsentric Cafe Whitianga
‘What the f*** is that instrument the singer played and rapped to’ that is the singularly most brilliant performance of a piece of music by one person that I’ve seen in a long time! crazy great.’ – Dave Alley
‘Sounds like Django Reinhardt, but with more arms’. – Will Saunders
Listen here to their latest album, Bending Spoons: https://soundcloud.com/cricketfarm/bending-spoons
Esther Swift has travelled the world extensively with her music making, and embraces many different influences in her virtuosic harp playing composing and song writing. She writes
songs about her homeland of Scotland, drawing on her folk roots, and taking inspiration from nature and the people she meets along the way. An eclectic blend of jazz, folk, classical
and everything in between, Esther will share with you her stories and musical experiences from around the world.
Read more about Esther here: https://www.estherswift.co.uk/
We are much looking forward to this show, I hope you can come!
Karin and Barry