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Sat 21 Mar 2020, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Bush Lounge, 99 Bridge Street, Karamea, Buller

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: guitargurru2

International guitar maestro Andrew White returns from Southern Spain with a swag of new, delicate and intricate guitar instrumentals that weave together threads of love, adventure and the mysteries of travel into a tapestry that will lead you down forgotten pathways.

As well as showcasing new material for his milestone twentieth release, Andrew will be delving into his back catalogue and promises a 'guitar-laden' performance, including old and rarely played instrumentals and songs from his early albums.

Andrew has toured and played internationally with many of the world's finest guitarists, sharing the stage with such luminaries as Tommy Emmanuel, Juan Martin, Ottmar Liebert, Pierre Bensusan, John Renbourn, Don Ross, Andy McKee, and many others.

Andrew's music has been described as a road map of the experiences of a musical life coupled with a guitar technique that has left thousands of people breathless.

"While technically brilliant, his guitar work is not just out to impress - it has a pleasing, highly melodic structure. Andrew White is one of the few who combine international class guitar playing with skilfully crafted and beautiful songs." - Ian Melrose, Clannad.

"A humble and gifted musician, Andrew's music will take you on a spiritual journey over the mountains and rivers of your soul." - Rob Poland, CandyRat Records

"Beautifully constructed guitar compositions that will not only inspire other musicians, but also embrace the listener in a warm aural palate you would associate with a Van Gogh." -
Fyfe on Folk.UK