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A walkup up night with some established musicians as well. Just bring your instruments and songbooks and a good sense of humour and join in or just have a listen. Originals and covers.
A night of Music in the "Mirror Room", bring your instruments and jam with some residents Musicians. Put your name on the white board and play Solo or play along with the backing Musicians. If not just come along and soak up the atmosphere and sing along.
"A Lively Saturday Night at the Cri", Walkups Acoustic, Electric, Soft, Loud. We play both types of music Quiet and Loud. Covers and Originals, Country and Western, Rock and Roll. Pick a Song and we'll play something like it. Or get up and sing and play yourself or just sing along.
An Open Mike type Jam type Situation with a back up band and Guest Artists. Come along and sing or play or just have a beer and enjoy the music.
A Lazy Sunday Arvo of Music. A backup band provided if you wan to come up and sing or play. Good Entertainment if you to just sit and have an Ale and chill out for the Afternoon.
Sounds Like: Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Wilco, Paul Kelly, Blues Harmonica Player
Manager: That's Me - I manage to get up in the morning and then manage to occasionally pick up a guitar and play some music.
I am basically a Solo Artist not because I want to be but because it is sometimes too hard to catch up consistently with other Musicians when you work Shift Work and live in a Small Country Town. But that's life so you do what you can when you can with whoever you can, if you get my meaning.
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“Ok guys and gals and sheep a change of venue a change of time and a change of day. All worked in favor for the crew, The lively Saturday evening idea at the Criterion worked a treat. An event listing on Facebook plus of course Dear Old Reverbnation.com all worked well to promote the evening. Dave ran the show provided the PA and a lot of the equipment and Musos form far and wide came to play like Mice to the Piper's Flute. Ok not quite but when they were called at least 12 responded and one almighty nightly jam ensued. The music flowed almost non-stop from 7pm to midnight many different styles and flavours. Look like the Bar has been set quite high to beat this one guys. But they'll do it all again maybe at the end of April I reckon they said. Many of the hardened front bar patrons though preferred that area to the Dining Room and it was hard for the sound to carry out to the Front Bar so I have heard that there maybe a change to a closer area for the next show. Ok Rock On guys.”