The Prowse Brothers Band
Live at the Kelburn Village Pub
Sunday, 3rd March, 3pm.
My latest album There Goes The Shiner is available at the last surviving record stores and online for downloads and streaming.
The album is a collection of original songs and instrumentals inspired by the John A. Lee stories about the colonial rouseabout Ned Slattery known as “The Shiner” who swagged his way around Canterbury and Otago in the South Island of New Zealand.
For more information about The Shiner listen to this reading by Tom Frewen (Chris Prowse provides the guitar) from John A. Lee’s book Shiner Slattery.
Below is a free pdf file of the update of my book – Financial Management For The Performing Arts. This handbook is intended for both practitioners and students. Feedback about this book would be welcome as it could assist with any future editions. My thanks to the New Zealand Drama School/Toi Whakarri and Playmarket for their support.
Click on this link.
Financial Management for the Performing Arts 2015 – pdf
Here are a few guitar instrumentals.
Click on the titles for a link to the music and guitar tabs as pdf files.
“Bread On the Water” is a simple little waltz that I recorded as duet for guitar and Cuban tres on the album – There Goes The Shiner. Here is a version for solo guitar.
“The Hedge Cutter’s Sonatina” is from my album – “There Goes The Shiner”
“Love You Longtime” is for those that like syncopated thumb picking.
“Deep Cove” is a head for a minor blues that I sometimes play with the Prowse Brothers Band.