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Port Hillbillies Play Rotherham Hall


Sun 29 Nov 2020, 4:00pm–7:00pm

Where: Rotherham Hall, 28 Heaton Street, Rotherham, Culverden, Hurunui

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Adults: $15.00
  • Children under 16: $0.00 ($0.00)
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Rotherham Hall, 29th November 2020, 4:00 p.m.

The Amuri Community Arts Council Presents the Port Hillbillies to showcase Bluegrass, Old Timey and American music! Come on down to Rotherham Hall for afternoon of foot tapping music and no better way to wrap up your weekend!

Tickets $15, children under 16 free, available form Hanmer Springs Post Shop, Waiau Hardware, Amuri Community Library and Rotherham Hall. Enquires contact: Yvonne Cheney 03 315 8017

Emerging from the shadows of the Port Hills, One American Justin Rogers on mandolin, guitar and vocals, one Aussie Gary Elford on guitar, acoustic bass and vocals. They meet up with a six toed Kiwi singer, banjo and guitar player Steve Stern to share their love of Bluegrass, Old Timey and Americana music.

Playing together now for over four years they have formed into well-balanced instrumental and vocal trio, driven by Steve’s banjo playing and Justin’s sympathetic and innovative mandolin ornamentation. Gary’s contribution on guitar and bass pulls the whole thing together into the tight unit that is the Port Hillbillies.

They play a range of songs and tunes from toe tapping, recognisable standards to some obscure songs from other genres that are given the Port Hillbillies once over.