SECOND LINE MUSIC
acoustic, folk, roots and world music
SEATING: GET THE BEST SEATS AT THE BEST TABLES -
|A RESERVED SEAT
is highly recommended for this show! Book early
to get the best seats!
Reserved Seating is all at tables, and it's a TWO
STEP 1. Purchase your Reserved Seat
using The Spotted Mallard online ticketing system.
STEP 2. Then email The Spotted Mallard
and make your table reservation. Your reserved seating
tickets need to be attached to a table with your
name on it - so don't forget to email!
Table bookings typically range in size from 2 people
right through to 10-12. Once you have purchased
your Reserved Seat tickets, simply email the Spotted
Mallard to make your table reservation.
Book early for the best tables!
ADMISSION: Pre-Sale $20 (+b/f) or at the door $25
|General Admission ticket
holders cannot reserve their seating or reserve
a table. However, any seating that remains after
all Reserved Seating has been allocated, can be
taken by General Admission ticket holders on a first-come
first-serve basis on the night.
AT THE SPOTTED MALLARD
|The Spotted Mallard is
a brilliant place to have a meal. Whether you have
a Reserved Seat or General Admission Ticket, you
can order a meal before the show from our dinner
FOR RED TAIL RING
and Laurel Premo seem to be so deep into the tradition
that they are re-defining it. Amos Perrine,
Red Tail Ring brings to the stage a lively
and commanding fusion of string and vocal harmonies.
The pair deliver both established ballads and original
compositions with a clear, authentic ease that manages
to transcend traditional form while honoring its
legacy. Rob Cole, Grand Rapids Press
Laurel Premo and Michael Beauchamp share a
reverence for vivid, authentic American art forms.
They are both rustic and elegant, and they lift
us into their sound. Seth Bernard, Earthwork
Red Tail Ring is re-imagining Americana music
with pure soul and without pretension Jay
Lapp, The Steel Wheels
|Fall Away Blues,
the fourth full-length studio album from Red Tail
Ring, is the culmination of years of writing, arranging,
rewriting, and recording by Beauchamp and Premo.
Tracked by Ian Gorman of Kalamazoos beloved
La Luna Studio, the album features eight original
songs, three traditional interpretations, and one
Woven together by RTRs signature instrumental
variety (with guitar, fiddle, and both open-back
and gourd banjos) and close harmony singing, the
album spins tales of hard times, changing love,
and the challenge of finding a place in the world.
Fall Away Blues, the title track, exemplifies
the artistic thrust of the album by functioning
both as a declarative command and as a hopeful prayer
for better days ahead.
with Nigel Wearne
Thursday March 14, 2019, 8.00pm
The Spotted Mallard, 314 Sydney Rd, Brunswick.
Pre-Sale: Reserved Seats $25 (+b/f)
Pre-sale: General Admission $20 (+b/f)
On the night: $25 at the door
Doors and Dinner: 6.00pm - Showtime: 8.00pm
Michigan-based, Red Tail Ring are Laurel
Premo and Michael Beauchamp. Together they
create intricate arrangements of original folk music and
traditional ballads with banjo, fiddle, guitar, and lush
"The very best of the 21st century's minimalist
and highly original folk music . . . a peerless duo."
- American Roots UK.
Fresh off their fourth full-length studio release 'Fall
Away Blues', Laurel and Michael are re-imagining Americana
music with pure soul. Featuring new songwriting fused
with old-time and country blues themes, Red Tail Ring
tackle topical issues such as gun violence and environmentalism,
as well as the age-old themes of place and love.
Formed in 2009, they've performed their unique brand of
acoustic roots all over the United States and throughout
Canada, the UK and Europe including Denmark, Germany,
Finland, Norway and Sweden.
"Red Tail Ring doesn't just pay homage to vintage
folk and roots music
they breathe new life into
it, channelling the power and charm of seminal material
into its own original songs."- John Sinkevics, LocalSpins.
Nigel Wearne is a folk/country singer-songwriter,
luthier, poet and gleaner. Equipped with personally handcrafted
instruments, his music melds finger-style guitar, clawhammer
banjo, folk and honest storytelling.
Gleaning diverse influence from Kelly Joe Phelps, Townes
Van Zandt and Sun Kil Moon, he tells stories of forgotten
rebels, wandering poets and his love of eggs. Nigel's
current album 'Drawing Circles' is a solo record that's
raw, compelling and reflective. A storyteller at heart,
he paints lyrical pictures with "the narrative-fuelled
prose of Paul Kelly" - Beat Magazine.
"One of Australia's emerging songwriters" -
"Warmth flecked with grit
4 Stars - Rolling Stone.
WHO FOLLOW THE BAND JUST TO ENJOY THE MUSIC ARE CALLED
THE SECOND LINE"
SECOND LINE MUSIC
0409 976 214