Tag Archives: folk

Andrew London Trio at Gladstonebury

Thrilled to be sharing the bill with Frank Burkitt & lots of others on the Windmill Stage at this legendary event – hear about it every year and looking forward to seeing why everyone loves it. Check out the website. Tickets at Eventfinda.

Barnyard Session

Country and blues-themed covers and originals in the spruced-up-for-the-occasion Lindale Barn auditorium. Professional lights and sound organised by Audiosuite Studios, core trio The Stable Geniuses comprising Andrew London (guitar), Ross McDermott (bass) and Brent Macfarlane (drums) with special guests including Neil Billington (harmonica) and Wayne Mason (piano). There may be train songs. The Cafe will offer a bar… Read More »

Too Many Chiefs at The Laboratory

Four of New Zealand’s busiest songwriters offer an entertaining evening of wordplay, musical and otherwise, as they join forces to perform their favourite original songs. Andrew London, Wayne Mason, Laura Collins and Rob Joass are all well-seasoned musicians who all tour their own respective bands, sometimes internationally. Coming together in Too Many Chiefs to celebrate song-writing and share… Read More »

Too Many Chiefs at Christchurch Folk Club

Four of New Zealand’s busiest songwriters offer an entertaining evening of wordplay, musical and otherwise, as they join forces to perform their favourite original songs. Andrew London, Wayne Mason, Laura Collins and Rob Joass are all well-seasoned musicians who all tour their own respective bands, sometimes internationally. Coming together in Too Many Chiefs to celebrate song-writing and share… Read More »

Too Many Chiefs at Sam Mahon’s Old Mill, Waikari

Four of New Zealand’s busiest songwriters offer an entertaining evening of wordplay, musical and otherwise, as they join forces to perform their favourite original songs. Andrew London, Wayne Mason, Laura Collins and Rob Joass are all well-seasoned musicians who all tour their own respective bands, sometimes internationally. Coming together in Too Many Chiefs to celebrate song-writing and share… Read More »