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Gypsy Pickers


Fri 14 Oct 2011, 8:30pm

Where: Tap Ale House & Restaurant, 67 Aranui Rd, Mapua, Waimea, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: All Ages

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The South Island's touring legends, the Gypsy Pickers. This powerful multi-instrument duo never fail to get the energy moving! Dynamic acoustic maestros of rock, reggae, bluegrass, gypsy, celtic, popular, Pacifika, jazz, blues and roots. Their hot musicianship, sensual vocals, engaging stage presence and a vast repertoire, ensure their wide appeal amongst those who've had the sheer enjoyment of seeing them live.

In this world of programmed music there aren't many acts who can dance a crowd of hundreds of people with just two acoustic guitars - but this duo is one of them. Their show moves from magical songs for the soul, to irresistible novelty pieces, to floor shaking evocative dance music, with jaw-dropping lead work from Ron Valente and held together with a tangible chemistry by accomplished guitarist Lindy Valente. The duo have a mutual attraction for raucous fun, as they pull out the banjo, mandolin and melodica, and proceed to wow the audience with their musical wizardry.

The Gypsy Pickers have released nine live and studio albums, receiving TV and radio airplay for their original songs. They've toured extensively in New Zealand, Australia and the USA.