Let’s coooool down. Again I’ll be legging it across the road to have some jams, brews and an over all good time at the olé local.
MAKE SOME TIME, book it in ya calendar, come down/up/across and enjoy the low key close of summer, make the most of it and get amongst, no fee, just bring your good vibes
Entry now by koha!
Book a table on 04 299 1658
Rob Joass is touring in support of his great new album "Pencarrow". Playing at the RSC with The Small Mercies - Hamish Graham Alan Norman and Murray Costello.
"The band has the goods, with layers of sound and brilliant vocals to entertain the masses. Souvenir is catchy with brilliant lyrics and a country music style."
muzic.net.nz - Rating - 4/5
Polly & the Minstrel ,otherwise known as Nathan Torvik & Siobhan Sweeney are a longstanding duo from Nelson NZ.
Siobhan's heartfelt vocals and original song writing, together with Nate's sensitive guitar accompaniment and virtuosic instrumental abilities have endeared them to audiences around the country and abroad.
Their 2019 summer tour will feature Siobhan's original modern folk songs alongside favourites from their wide ranging repertoire: anything from rootsy traditional folk and bluegrass flatpicking, to the baroque era, 80's pop and African grooves.
Deftly underpinned by Nate's multi-role guitar accompaniment: simultaneous chords, melody, bass and percussion.
A Small Victory blends vocal harmonies, with the guitar and the cajon. Playing some original songs and an eclectic mix of covers. Blues, folk, pop and rock. They are going to bring the usual chilled out feel good vibes, and some toe tapping blues, come and be merry with us just before Christmas. Koha (donation) entry.
Post modernist blues trio, Jellyroll Blues and the Pussycat Dues are hauling the old upright piano back out to RSC for one last jaunt before Christmas! Led by Dayle Jellyman, (vocals and piano), and featuring Dan Yeabsley, (upright bass) with local drummer, Mike Jensen, "the J-rolls" span the continuum from Robert Johnson and Otis Spann to The Meters and Radiohead. Hope to see you there!
Veteran NZ jazz drummer Mark Lockett teams up with 2018 Tui ‘Best Jazz Artist’ Award winner Umar Zakaria on bass and guitarist Brad Kang, an alumni of the Grammy-nominated University of North Texas One O’Clock Lab Band
The triple-threat trio presents a collection of originals from their various groups re-imagined for the guitar-bass-drums setting, featuring the premiere of a new original suite ‘Nusantara Sun’ - inspired by the landscape of the Malay Archipelago in Southeast Asia.
Mark Lockett - Drums
Brad Kang - Guitar
Umar Zakaria - Bass
Ryan Edwards and Jo Jenkins have a musical understanding which allows them to create moments of magic, whether they're performing their own compositions or arrangements of some of the greatest songs ever written. Sunday the 2nd of December - They will be at The Raumati Social Club. Originals and select covers - put it in your filofaxes. Telex your friends, see you all there!
JAZZ AND BLUES AT THE RAUMATI SOCIAL CLUBTwo varied shows back to back. 7.30 to 9.30. Friday 16 November TAKE THREE kick off with vocalist Debbie James, guitarist Paul Goodhead and pianist Gilbert Haisman performing great songs by Duke Ellington, Lennon and McCartney, Cole Porter and more. Blues singer AL WITHAM AND THE DRAINAGE RESERVE (Finn Michalak and Gilbert Haisman) follow with striking originals, plus classic songs imaginatively re-worked!
The Red Dog Acoustic Duo, formed by David Murphy and Dougal Speir as an acoustic spin-off from the Red Dog Saloon Band. Dave Murphy is a finger-style, blues picking guitar legend and one of New Zealand’s best interpreters of the blues. See you this Friday 7:30pm-9:30pm!
Jeep Rd Return Friday 31st for an evening of rip roaring goodtimes....
Playing their signature blend of jazz, funk, blues, rock and plenty more, Jeep Road return this Friday. Now is your chance to catch these Hometown Heroes on their home turf. Not to be missed, bookings recommended
The Cattle Stops
Thursday 28th June
6.30pm entry by koha - bookings recommended
The Cattle Stops continue their monthly residency at the RSC. These guys know how to show the crowd a seriously good time with their blend classic blues, swing and jazz originals all spiced with a heavy dose of wit and good hearted humour. Get on down and check them out on the last Thursday of EVERY MONTH at the RSC. Bookings recommended. Call 04 299 1658 now
LIVE BOOGIE, BLUES, SOUL AND SWING
FRIDAY 24th Aug 7:30pm
ENTRY BY KOHA - BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL FOR DINING
Back by popular demand, Friday sees the terrifyingly talented return of the mighty Jelly Roll Blues to the RSC. Every time these guys show up they pack out the RSC with locals and wellingtonites alike. Get on down to check out how truly fanastic these guys are for an evening of jumpin, jiving and jiggling that only takes place when Jelly Roll come to town. Bookings Essential 04 299 1658
Monty Bevins returns to Raumati South with Wellington artist Nikita Tu-Bryant for what promises to be a beautiful evening of storytelling.
Ticks $15, Music 5:30pm (NOTE CHANGE OF START TIME),
Bookings essential ph RSC:(04) 299 1658
Known as a touching, spirited performer, whose soul-folk songs ask the big questions while telling the small stories, Bevins has built a loyal following throughout his homeland. With a warm rich voice and articulate guitar grooves, he digs out and distills themes of tenderness, personal revolution and adventure. Perpetually touring, at a pace that allows encounter, Monty draws inspiration from the stories of the people he meets...
Friday 10th Aug 7:30pm - Entry by Koha
Hometown heroes - A Small Victory - return to the RSC Friday the 10th Aug for an evening of soul, blues, gospel and even a little pop thrown in for good measure. Always out to entertain and all individually incredibly talented in their own right, when they come together, A Small Victory always bring the goods and last time packed the RSC out so book the baby sitter now and get in early to book your seat or do whatever else it takes to catch them.
Bookings are essential - Call Now
Fresh from a 2 year residency in Italy - Make Hay While the Sun Shines is a 3 piece band that play their own style of folk/ bluegrass music.
Melissa Sommerville, Norman Mclennan & Hannah Fraser. These guys are awesome!
First time these guys have played at RSC!
A hybrid mix of blues/soul/gospel/jazz/roots based music. There is definitely a good dose of blues influence in our sound.
We consist of Erena Whare - vocals, Andre Muller - guitar, BJ Morony - guitar, John Pringle - bass, guitar & harmonica, Moray Middleton - Drums/percussion.
The band are always trying to hunt out new/old material that is a little less known and add our own flavour to it,