Book yourself a treat when you book a table at Crab Farm Winery. Join Fraser Mack at Crab Farm Winery's restaurant for a few hours of acoustic originals and covers.
You might have heard him during Hawkes Bay Summers in wineries and cafes. You may have seen him in the evening with his dynamic 3-hour get-up-and-dance sets. Mack prides himself on pleasing his audience so expect to be entertained with covers of songs you know interpreted with Mack's distinctive tapping/picking/strumming style, as well as Mack's increasing repertoire of originals.
From The Hook 2017: The Extended Sessions with Mack by Sarah Cates.
His originals have a maturity that belie his youth. The lyrics are written from the heart, sung with passion, and played with supremacy from his acoustic guitar.
Mack uses his whole guitar. The neck, the body, the strings. The entire instrument is exploited. It is his percussion that creates the melody, and makes the performance. It’s guitar gymnastics...
Banner image - Simon Shaw Photography.
Other images by jgcmacKenzie.
Friday 22 November, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Friday 20 December, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Restrictions: All Ages
Crab Farm Winery, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
511 Main North Rd, Bayview, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
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