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Paul Ubana Jones at The Playhouse

When:

Sun 3 Jan 2021, 6:00pm–10:30pm
Mon 4 Jan 2021, 6:00pm–10:30pm

Where: The Playhouse Cafe and Theatre, 171 Westdale Rd, Nelson, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • GA Standing: $33.75 ($30.00 + $3.75 fees)
  • Dinner and show ticket, call us to confirm table numbers: $69.62 ($65.00 + $4.62 fees)
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Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th January
Paul Ubana Jones
$30, Show from 8pm, Dinner from 6pm

Paul Ubana Jones has been the shining light in the New Zealand Blues scene for many a year now. He has criss-crossed the country many times and will be gracing the Playhouse stage on 1st April for what sure to be a sell out.

Book early not to miss out.

Born in London to a Yorkshire mother and a Nigerian father, Paul Ubana Jones was playing guitar by the age of 11, beginning a three decade career that would see him crossing continents and recording seven albums of mostly original songs.

After graduating from a London music college, where he studied guitar and cello, Paul began to forge the solo acoustic style that he has stuck to and developed over the years. In the late seventies, Paul based himself in Provence, Southern France, and toured all over Europe and North Africa, as well as venturing extensively into Canada and the US.

In the late eighties Paul and his family moved to New Zealand, which is still their permanent home. He has continued to perform internationally, to growing acclaim. Concert performances include opening for the likes of Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and touring with: Taj Mahal, Keb Mo’, Tuck and Patti, Crowded House and Norah Jones