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Acoustic Journeys - Gilewitz and Gadd

When:

Fri 1 Nov 2013, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: St. Georges Church, Battery Point, Battery Point

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00
  • Concession: $15.00
  • Children Under 16 years: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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American fingerstyle wizard, Richard Gilewitz teams up with Steve Gadd for a series of concerts prior to Richard's tour of Australia with Michael Fix as well as selected solo dates in Queensland.

Richard Gilewitz fascinates listeners with 6 and 12-string finger gymnastics while spinning enchanting yarns too unbelievable not to be true. This veteran performer entertains with a playing style laced with sounds of folk, traditional, blues, Americana, and classical - exploring a history of fingerstyle guitar while topping off songs with tales of the road. His selections and performances preserve the legacy of guitar music as he shares his experiences during performances, seminars, and workshops. Over three decades of well-honed technique and years of worldwide touring have created a signature sound that has been captured on audio, video, and live as Richard’s music rings out long after the show is over.
"…ear boggling…." Washington Post

Full time musician and music teacher, Steve Gadd is a collector, transcriber, teacher and advocate of local traditional music. Steve was instrumental in bringing Richard to Tasmania for his first time to record a live album, based on the footsteps of the legendary John Fahey. Since that tour, Richard has returned to Australia and Tasmania several times to a warm welcome of devoted fans.

Author and Publisher of The Tasmanian Heritage Apple Shed Dance Tunes, over 270 tunes. Co-author of 'On The Fiddle', the life and music of colonial fiddler Alexander Laing and several other collections of original and tradition Tasmanian music. He was also a Contributor to Veranda Music, a seminal book on traditional Australian musicians. In 2011 Steve was a finalist in the Australian of the Year Awards for Tasmania.

Steve has served as either a program director or Festival director for a range of events including The Franklin Apple Harvest Festival, The Cygnet Folk Festival and The Taste of The Huon Festival.

Tickets at door and also available by contacting: woden@bigpondcom