Rachel Dawick and the Boundary Riders

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Starts 7:30 pm

Rachel Dawick At the end of 2010 Rachel returned to New Zealand after 8 years in the UK developing her songwriting skills including the completion of a Masters in Songwriting at Bath Spa University providing a strong background to help her develop a project researching women’s lives in the 1800′s now entitled “The Boundary Riders”. Having just completed a three week NZ tour with Irish Piper Eoin Duignan and Jon Sanders as guest singer, Rachel hit the road with international musician Jon Sanders in April – June 2013 touring the songs of the stories of our pioneer women before recording the album with full band – Jon Sanders (Uke/Bouzuki/Guitar), Andy Laking (Double Bass), Dave Khan (Fiddle/Mandolin/Accordian), Chris Koole (Percussion) and Rachel Dawick (Vocals/Guitar). From her launch of country blues album “Ed’s Bar and Grill” at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Rachel has enjoyed international success with two collaborative songs released in Greece with EMI (“Peeling Apples” Athena Andreadis – release 2011 in the UK) and the UK (“Somewhere to Jump” Aberfeldy). Originally from New Zealand Rachel has spent the last twelve years playing at festivals and clubs across NZ and the UK working with Susan Grant and Marise Clark as ‘Ruby Blue’, and Uk musicians Nick Lewis , Roy Dodds, Kevin McGuire, Andy May, Pat McGarvey and Wil Molleson and most recently Dave Khan and Jon Sanders.


All Sunday clubnights and events are at Embers, 2 Manor Place, 7:30pm unless otherwise stated.
Club closed on long weekends.
View past events
Rachel Dawick and the Boundary Riders
21 September 2014
The Moroney Family
28 September 2014
Chris Norman, David Greenberg & Shelley Phillips
19 October 2014

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