Program The Eudlo Music Nights Program for 12 and 13 October 2019 is now available below in it second draft form.
We reserve the right, to make changes to the Program.
It is chock-a-block with great acts. There are 2 stages and a workshop shed. We start Saturday at 12pm and finish Sunday at 2pm. At this stage all of the acts have confirmed. Interested performers can contact us with the usual support information, but there are unlikely to be booked spots. Which of course is why we have the Open Mics and Unplugged Jams as a feature of the event. Spots can be booked for the Open Mic (see the program below or Bookings for available times) and performers will be allowed 2 songs (or perhaps 3) per act.
In the spirit of Woodstock, imagine a concert for peace It’s been 50 years since Woodstock – four days of “Peace, Love and Understanding” attended by half a million people, on a 600 acre farm in upstate New York. That message is probably even more important today as we see governments the world over using the politics of hate and divisiveness to get themselves re-elected. Woodstock was all about loving your fellow man and uniting in a shared dream of a greater good. It was the amazing confluence of some of the world’s greatest acts. The weather was foul and the music continued through the night. There was little sleep being had but it didn’t matter. It was people sharing a love for great music and for humankind. The Eudlo Music Nights celebrated the music of the Woodstock generation with a Return to Woodstock concert at the April 2019 EMN festival. In a similar vein (with the threat of war an ongoing theme with some of our world leaders), we are presenting: Imagine, a Concert for Peace, to open our next EMN festival on Saturday, October 12 on the Shed stage. Along with songs of Lennon and Dylan, guitarist Peter G, inspired by Jimi Hendrix's version of the Star Spangled Banner at Woodstock, will present a version of it to end this concert, but will use the New Zealand Anthem as its theme. Peter contends that New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is one of the few present world leaders standing for "Peace, Love and Understanding". Join us for an uplifting concert to open a festival inspired by Peace, Love and Joy
EUDLO MUSIC NIGHTS PROGRAM, 12 and 13 October 2019 Saturday October 12, 2019 PADDOCK STAGE 12.00pm – 1.00 Open Mic Session 1 (2 or 3 songs per act) (with prizes for best original songs and best covers – announced Sunday at 2pm) 1.35pm – 2.10 Velvet Vintage 2.30pm – 2.50 TBC 2.50pm - 3.10 Dave Martyn 3.35pm – 4.10 Eudlo Songwriters 1 4.35pm – 5.10 Terence Boyd - Thallon 5.30pm – 6.10 Ryan Giles with Jayray & Sparky 6.30pm – 7.10 Rob Longstaff 7.35pm – 8.10 GSC (Gary, Scott and Cory Josland) 8.30pm – 9.10 Muddy and Petal Band 9.30pm – 10.45 Open Mic Session 2 (2 or 3 songs per act) Saturday October 12, 2019 SHED STAGE 1.00pm Festival Introduction with Stephanie Tonkin. 1.10pm – 1.45 Imagine, a Concert for Peace with Lennon, Dylan and Hendrix, featuring Ian Williams, Peter G, Jon Brown, Doug Pullen and Adrien Powell. 2.05pm – 2.40 Blues Bandits: Roger Beare, Sam Shepherd and Kevin Brand 3.05pm - 3.40 Deni Chapple and band with Roger Beare, Doug Pullen, Jon Brown, and Mike Duggan 4.05pm - 4.40pm Emily Maguire with Christian Dunham 5.00pm - 5.35 Tin Star 6.00pm - 6.35 Out of Abingdon with the Steve Session (Quartet) 7.00pm - 7.40 Red Crow 8.05pm - 8.40 Blackall Blues 9.05pm - 9.45 The Rumbrellas 10.10pm - 11 Dave Orr band 11.00pm – 12 Jam 2 (unplugged) around the Fire. The PA is off but musicians are encouraged to share in music making around the fire. Saturday October 12, 2019 PONY SHED 1.20pm – 2.20 Maintaining your Guitar with Gavin from Glasshouse Guitarworks 2.30pm – 3.30 Ian Ross Williams: cups and body perc at the cabbage café. 3.40pm – 4.30 Ian Ross Williams: Intro to playing the ukulele with 1 & 2 chord songs, easy strums. 4.40pm – 5.30 Jam 1 (unplugged) Saturday October 12, 2019 OTHER AREAS
A cajon building and playing "share" with Mike Duggan Percussion in the vicinity of the Paddock Stage, and chatting about guitar building along with repair advice from Gavin Davidson from Glasshouse Guitarworks, will be ongoing throughout the afternoon. Also: Kid’s Workshop fun Including “Chess with a Difference”.
Sunday October 13, 2019 PADDOCK STAGE
8.00am – 9.15 POET’S BREAKFAST with Brendan the Mindfulness poet and guests including Ian Mackay, Robin Archibold and possibly Joe Lynch. 9.25am - 9.45 Ian Wright 9.45am - 10.00 Eudlo Songwriters 2 10.15am – 10.55 Open Mic Session 3 11.10am –11.45 Out of Abingdon (duo) 12.05pm –12.40 Peter Harvey & Phil Brown 1.00pm – 1.30 Ian B Macleod and the Rockabilly Cowboys (Mike Duggan and Doug Pullen) Sunday October 13, 2019 SHED STAGE
9.00am - 9.35 Louise King 9.50am – 10.25 the Dennis Sisters 10.45am – 11.20 The Lots 11.40am – 12.15 Gypsy Rumble 12.30pm – 1.05pm Cloudstreet (and possibly the Cloudstreet Workshop Choir for a song or two) 1.25pm – 2.05 Cigany Weaver 2.05pm wrap up, draw weekend raffle, announce original and covers artist prizes for the weekend, drawn from songs and performances at the Open Mic and Songwriters sessions.
Sunday October 13, 2019 PONY SHED
8.00am - 9 Yoga with Linley Boyle 9.15am – 10.00 Jam 3 (unplugged) 10.15am – 11.30 Vocal/choral workshop with Cloudstreet 11.40am - 12.40 Latin Fury Salsa workshop 12.50pm – 2.00 Jam 4 (unplugged)
Sunday October 13, 2019 OTHER AREAS
7.30am – 8.45 Bird watching. Take a walk around the perimeter of the site with Peter Driscoll. (Meet near the Main Bar at 7.30am.) Different times through the morning: Kid’s Workshop fun including Maypole dancing with Linley Boyle from around 930am – 10.15.
Please note that although we will take all reasonable steps to stick to the program as above, we reserve the right to make changes to it.
At this stage all acts are confirmed. Interested performers can contact us with the usual support information, but there are unlikely to be booked spots. Which of course is why we have the Open Mic as a feature of the event. Spots can be booked for the Open Mic (see the program below or Bookings for available times) and performers will be allowed 2 songs (or perhaps 3) per act. The Eudlo Music Nights has been created by musicians for musicians and lovers of music. We are a friendly event and welcome you coming along and taking part!