THE SHACK LIVE MUSIC CLUB
For those who love to listen
Our next live Shack performance is
SATURDAY, 2nd MARCH 2024
Commencing 7.30pm - 10.30pm
THE DURHAM PROJECT
IAN MACINTOSH (GUEST ARTIST)
At the Ted Blackwood Hall,
Cnr Jackson Rd and Boondah Rd, Warriewood NSW 2102
(Note: Memberships are only for 12 months with one person entry only and multiple tickets cannot be purchased with one membership)
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Buy tickets online or pay cash at the door as there is no Wi-Fi for credit transactions.
BYO drinks and food and remember to include everything you need - cutlery, cups, etc. We ask you take any rubbish with you as the venue requires us to clean the hall and remove all garbage at the end of the night. Your assistance will be extremely appreciated.
Scupriri means 'to discover' in the Sicilian dialect. Scupriri is a rediscovery of Sicilian musical heritage, story telling and language, and is a chance for all to share in a rich cultural tradition. Combining violin, double bass, guitar, accordion and percussion.
Scupriri members perform in traditional dress and sing traditional songs in Sicilian dialect.
THE DURHAM PROJECT
The Durham Project have made their mark on the Australian and international blues scene with their debut album “In Acoustic Mode” climbing to No 3 in the Australian Blues charts and their current release “Eclectic Electric” at No 10 in this month's charts. The "Eclectic Electric" album was voted No 3 in the top blues albums released in 2022 by SevernFM in England.
The band is doing live shows around Sydney and the East Coast playing their original songs and some classic worked covers in both acoustic and electric modes.
IAN (THE PUMP) MACINTOSH
Ian ‘the Pump’ Macintosh co-founded Australia’s popular Wheeze & Suck Band, and today fronts the Traditional Graffiti Band. He is also a member of ‘TRI’, a UK/Australia trio creating roots-based rock and electronica. He plays acoustic and electric guitar, bottleneck, synthesiser and melodeon.
He has performed at clubs, bars and festivals in Australia, New Zealand and the UK. He also won the Australian Songwriters Award (2009 - ‘Rag and Bone’) and has been a finalist in two MusicOz song writing competitions.
The Pump has released seven albums with the Wheeze & Suck Band, two albums with Traditional Graffiti, and has two Pump solo albums available at gigs and online.
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