The 7 November Songwriters’ Showcase features the work of three more local songwriters.
Rob Joass- Rob moved to New Zealand from his native Sydney over 30 years ago, and hasn't stopped touring and releasing albums since. He has been a finalist at the NZ Music Awards 3 times (twice for best country song, once for best folk album) and has had songs covered by bands in New Zealand and Canada. For this gig (the day before his 60th birthday!) he will be joined by his musical cohort of over 25 years, Hamish Graham, and his son, Tommy Joass (Bill Hickman Band)..
RueBarb - RueBarb is a five-piece indie-pop band. The band’s friendship is easy to see on stage, and their stage presence was last described as ‘pulp fiction'. RueBarb’s set will start slow, add some fast country, and end with some energetic ‘pulp fiction’ that will showcase their diverse range of original material.
Kara Lockwood- In early 2019 Canadian singer-songwriter, Kara Lockwood left her hometown, North Vancouver, B.C. for the creative heart of Wellington, New Zealand which she currently calls home. Her debut album Free Child was recorded and produced by Jim Kwan at Creativ Music Studios in North Vancouver BC. Her 2nd EP Creative Heart was released mid August 2020.
Door from 6:00pm.
Kara Lockwood - from 7:00pm;
RueBarb - from 8:00pm; and
Rob Joass - from 9:00pm
Tickets $10 at the door or from Eventfinda. Tables can be booked separately by contacting the venue.
There is a limit of 100 tickets for this show under Covid level 1, which will reduce to 50 if Wellington is still at Covid level 2. .
Fully vaccinated punters will be given a jelly bean at the door.