This week at The BUG

Greetings BUg Lovers!

We’re at the New Farm Bowls Club every Tuesday night!!
This Tuesday at the BUg: From 7.30 pm – Two blackboard acts followed by:
Cloudstreet
Cloudstreet’s Nicole Murray and John Thompson perform New Australian folk music, a combination of Anglo-Celtic and Australian traditional songs and tunes, coupled with trad-styled original songs. They take traditional folk song, shake it vigorously, add exquisite harmonies and a mountain of fun to produce heart-lifting shows that excite, entertain and delight. In concert, they deliver a powerful ….. Read more
Murphy’s Pigs
A big band, a big sound and masters of organised chaos – this is Murphy’s Pigs – a passionate, irreverent and energetic ten piece Celtic ensemble. Playing a blend of Celtic rock and traditional folk Murphy’s Pigs drag you headfirst into their world of rugged mountains, stormy oceans, fearsome battles, unrequited love and a drop or two of the whiskey. Influences of folk, rock, jazz, country ….. Read more

Coming soon:
2/9/2014: Mick McHugh, The Company.
9/9/2014: Daylight Moon, Curious Finch
16/9/2014: Adam Kharita, The Hot Club of Park Road

The BUg General Information:
www.brisbaneunpluggedgigs.org
Every Week: Two blackboard acts then two booked acts.
7.30pm every Tuesday night at the New Farm Bowls Club
969 Brunswick Street, New Farm QLD 4005 (07) 3358 2374 (Opposite New Farm Park)
Door charge $8/$5 Concession. – meals available
For bookings or more information email Dick.
Blackboard performers welcome every week!
Remember to visit the website www.brisbaneunpluggedgigs.org for updates, links to performers and other music events, photos, and BUg history.
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