Skiffy Rivets in October

Skiffy Rivets in concert at Levin Folk Music Club – October 11, 2019

Skiffy Rivets on stage

Skiffy Rivets on stage

With The Skiffy Rivets, harmonies are not something used just for choruses, they are a full time job for the three hard-working vocalists. Rather, it is the audience who are likely to find themselves beefing up the choruses, as the Skiffy Rivets reach out with their unique blend of songs borrowed from Americana, bluegrass, folk, and swing.

This month the Levin Folk Music Club gets a special preview show before the Skiffy Rivets appearance at the Wellington Folk Festival at Labour Weekend.

Creating the fun musical blend are singers Holly Carrington, Sue Tearne, and Pete Parnham who also provides the backdrop of guitar and slide guitar. As the set progresses, guest Cathy Dyer will also add her upright bass to the mix.

A Skiffy Rivets set never dwells for long in one place, as they shift gears and genres effortlessly with songs that will move you, make you laugh, have you singing and tapping your toes and wishing you’d brought your dancing shoes.

The Skiffy Rivets’ live studio CD Elbow Room has the same effect, with it becoming many listeners saying it is their favourite road trip CD – always making the miles go faster and putting a smile on their face.

Doors open at 7pm, $10 public/$5 members.  Supper is included and there are raffles for grocery vouchers/concert tickets.  Musicians wanting to play one song on the blackboard should give their name to the compere at 7pm.