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Jordan Brodie

When
Sun Mar 15th, 2020
Where
50 Dundas,
Dunedin, Otago

Doors open
7:00pm
Gig starts
7:30pm
Entry
PG
Cover charge*
$15
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Award winning Fingerstyle guitarist and composer, Jordan Brodie, is regarded as “one of the best young guitar players in Australia”. With his fine sense of showmanship and technical virtuosity, Jordan is well on his way to a flourishing solo career.

Hailing from Cairns, Australia, Jordan is set to release his latest album “Riff Raff” in 2020! The album showcases his fun, cheekier side with catchy, groove-based tunes (and of course a few ballads!), drawing on inspirations such as Tommy Emmanuel, Emil Ernebro, Michael Fix and Joe Robinson. In support of his new album, Jordan is embarking on his first New Zealand tour in March 2020, followed by an extensive tour of Australia and Canada.

Jordan is known to dazzle audiences with his fingerstyle guitar technique; playing the bass, rhythm and melody simultaneously. He has toured Australia and performed in Canada, Ireland and Germany. Performance highlights including Tanks Arts Centre (Cairns), Newport Fiddle and Folk Festival (Melbourne), Lions Bay House Concert (Vancouver), CastleHacket House (Galway) and performing with Michael Fix in Berlin, Germany.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see this emerging master of the guitar!
REVIEWS

“One of the best young guitar players in Australia”
— Director, Newport Folk Festival (Melbourne)
“A potential successor to senior compatriots such as Michael Fix, Bruce Mathiske and, yes, maybe even Tommy Emmanuel
— Tony Hillier, Rhythms Magazine

Links
jordanbrodie.com/home
Tags
acoustic/solo, https://jordanbrodie.com/home

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