Grammy-Nominated Muddy Basin Ramblers Special Performance!

A unique opportunity to see Taiwan’s favorite Grammy-nominated jug band play their particular brand of old-timey music live in an intimate living room setting. They are celebrating the launch of A Touch of Zen, a beautifully restored Japanese era home, now being opened as a guest house and bar.

Date: March 23
Time: 8:30PM

Tickets:
Early Sale: NT$100 from Bark (Map)
At the Door: NT$150 (Tickets include a free drink)

Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Schedule of Muddy Basin Ramblers.

Doors open at 8:30, show starts at 9pm. Limited advance tickets will be available by going in person to Bark! during business hours, starting March 15, for NT$100 including one drink. At the door tickets will be NT$150, and space is limited.

Phone number for all inquiries: 0916159329

眷村戀影民宿感謝泥灘地浪人樂團來跨刀表演,讓我們一起聽聽音樂,參觀左營這麼有特色的地方,有機會來住一晚感受眷村生活。
音樂會入場費:
早鳥票每人$100折飲料一杯(限3/15~18於熱狗叫門店營業時間購買。地址:高雄巿左營區城峰路313號 洽詢電話:0916159329)
現場購票每人$150折飲料一杯
泥灘地浪人樂團介紹:是一個由一群熱愛台灣並定居於當地的美國與英國籍人士組成,於2002年的街頭樂隊。主要風格源自克難樂隊、藍調民謠、傳統爵士以及搖擺樂,其特色為作品經常脫胎於各種經典樂曲,並以數種自製樂器混合演奏。專輯入圍2015葛萊美獎。

A Touch of Zen

The guest house was restored by Wendy and Carl. Wendy grew up as a military brat in a community of navy and marine corps families, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Carl grew up farther north, in Taichung. Carl grew up and went to work in the film industry, and eventually Carl and Wendy crossed paths, fell in love, and got married and ended up back in Wendy’s hometown. When the opportunity came along to renovate an old house in a military village that was once the home of a Japanese navy officer, and turn it into an old movie-themed guest house, they jumped at the chance.

The house was originally built more than 90 years ago for a high-ranking Japanese Naval officer. It has had a couple of additions built on since, most recently probably in the 1950s, when it would have been the home of an ROC Naval officer. The renovation blends influences from traditional Japan, early 20th century Taiwan and Southern China, and mid-20th century Taiwan. The decor will also include images drawn from the Taiwan film scene from the Japanese era through the 1980s. Facilities will include a traditional tatami room, a small dorm room for backpackers, and a sake-oriented cocktail lounge.

Location

https://goo.gl/maps/MJWxWsbPSRM2
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