Live & Local April

Live & Local is back  – and now on a Friday night. The April concert on Friday 22nd features Bruci Jordan, PLot and one other act (to be confirmed). 

Surf, music and good vibes, that’s what Bruci Jordan is all about. 

Moving to New Zealand in 2017, this surf-rock/reggae artist began his solo career busking on Auckland’s Queen Street. 

His songs are influenced by old school 70’s funk, rock, reggae, ska, and blues mixed with an interesting Brazilian groove. Jordan’s music brings forth a summer feeling; chuck your surfboard in the campervan, jump in the backseat, and enjoy the ride watching the beautiful landscapes of Aotearoa’s West Coast. 

With his band he has headlined various national festivals including Earth Beat Aotearoa, Voices of Sacred Earth, Dimension, the International Yoga Festival and sold-out numerous venues across the country. 

Jordan has released six singles to date and is currently working on a full album and a North Island NZ summer tour 2022.

PLot is a super groovy duo comprising Paul Symons on acoustic guitar and Lott playing Boris the Double Bass.

Originating from an epic Oparau Festival late night jam session, and growing through numerous Festival appearances, pub & cafe gigs, the dynamic duo first recorded together in 2012. Playing a mixture of Paul Symons originals, a co-write or two, & uproarious versions of diverse covers, PLot will disorient you in a fun & foot-stomping way…

Local songwriters, musicians, poets and comedians who are interested in performing at future shows can contact music@raglanartscentre.co.nz for more info. 

Live & Local is a monthly series of concerts showcasing local performers, proudly sponsored by Mark Frost from Bayley’s Real Estate, and Raglan Light & Sound 

Friday April 22, 7.30pm, Raglan Old School Arts Centre. Doors open 7pm, entry by Koha.