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No Bones About It  (USA/NZ)

When:

Sun 30 Nov 2014, 5:00pm–7:30pm

Where: Nivara Lounge, Basement 266 Victoria Street, Basement, Hamilton, Waikato

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Non Members: $15.00
  • Members: $10.00
  • Children: $0.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: bbnumba2

In association with the Hamilton Acoustic Music Club.

About, No Bones About It:

Since June 2014, Alex and BB have been performing together around Massachusetts, including shows at Club Passim, The Harvard Square Folk Festival and at the Freshgrass Festival as one of five finalists in the 2014 duo contest. Together as No Bones About It, they explore the roots of acoustic music, playing a collection of folk songs, bluegrass tunes, and their own compositions which reflect their wide range of influences, including bluegrass, jazz, old-time and celtic music. Using diverse styles of banjo, guitar and vocals, they seamlessly blend genres in their arrangements of traditional and original tunes.

Since picking up the banjo at age 12, Catherine (BB) Bowness has travelled throughout New Zealand, Australia and the United States playing and teaching bluegrass music. At age 15, she received the Frank Winter memorial award at the Auckland Folk Festival allowing her to travel to the USA, where she won the Uncle Dave Macon banjo contest in Murfreesboro, TN. She was the first banjo player accepted to the New Zealand School of Music, receiving a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance. In 2013, BB was one of just sixteen young musicians selected to attend the Savannah Acoustic Music Seminar, studying with world-class artists such as Julian Lage, Mike Marshall and Darol Anger. Since re-locating to Boston last year she has kept busy recording, performing and teaching in and around Massachusetts.

At age 17, Alex Rubin turned his interests from classical violin to bluegrass guitar, and has yet to reconsider. As a high-school student in Boston, MA, he quickly formed a band, The Wooden Spoons, and recorded at Hi-n-Dry, the Cambridge recording studio founded by Morphine frontman Mark Sandman. Making use of the vibrant Boston bluegrass scene, Alex studied privately with Berklee professor John McGann as he completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. He has since moved back to Boston, where he works as a performer and guitar teacher.

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