Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai

Fri Oct 12 2018

7:30 PM Doors

The Brook

466 Portswood Rd Southampton SO17 3SD

£11 Adv / £13 Door

Ages 18+

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This beautiful gig is brought to you by the remarkable Stu Larsen and Japanese harmonica player, Natsuki Kurai.  Stu has wowed audiences from our stage before with his life defining music, always gathering an impressive amount of love and affection for his easy on the ear singing and song writing.

And now, joined by Natsuki and on the back of a worldwide tour through North America, UK, Europe and Japan, the veritable nomad and self-described vagabond will play an intimate, deeply rewarding gig ~ unique, incredible, moving and joyous.

Put this one in the diary NOW!!

By Arrangment with ATC Live
Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai

  • Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai

    Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai

    Alternative Folk

    Australian born and self-described vagabond Stu Larsen and Japanese harmonica player Natsuki Kuraihave announced a worldwide tour that will take them through North America, UK, Europe and Japan.  In May, the duo will perform several dates in Japan before heading to the US & Canada later this summer and then on to the UK and Europe later in the year.  Full list of dates below. 

    Earlier this month, the duo released their second EP together, aptly titled Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai II(via Nettwerk Records). The 4-song EP includes two original tracks – “MyPoor Father” and “Hajimari” – but, also two reinterpretations of tracks from Larsen’s last album Resolute– “Chicago Song” and “Going Back To Bowenville.”  Natsuki adds a swagger and energy to Stu’s observations on life from his travels.

    Nearly eight years ago, Natsuki and Larsen met in the middle of Tokyo and quickly connected with each other. “I spoke no Japanese and Natsuki didn’t speak English so we found we had to communicate in other ways. We both agree that this allowed us to form a deeper connection, without words,” says Larsen. Since then, they’ve continued traveling back and forth from Australia to Japan, playing shows and festivals along the way. 

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By Arrangment with ATC Live

Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai

Fri Oct 12 2018 7:30 PM Doors

The Brook Southampton
Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai

£11 Adv / £13 Door Ages 18+

This beautiful gig is brought to you by the remarkable Stu Larsen and Japanese harmonica player, Natsuki Kurai.  Stu has wowed audiences from our stage before with his life defining music, always gathering an impressive amount of love and affection for his easy on the ear singing and song writing.

And now, joined by Natsuki and on the back of a worldwide tour through North America, UK, Europe and Japan, the veritable nomad and self-described vagabond will play an intimate, deeply rewarding gig ~ unique, incredible, moving and joyous.

Put this one in the diary NOW!!

Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai

Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai

Alternative Folk

Australian born and self-described vagabond Stu Larsen and Japanese harmonica player Natsuki Kuraihave announced a worldwide tour that will take them through North America, UK, Europe and Japan.  In May, the duo will perform several dates in Japan before heading to the US & Canada later this summer and then on to the UK and Europe later in the year.  Full list of dates below. 

Earlier this month, the duo released their second EP together, aptly titled Stu Larsen & Natsuki Kurai II(via Nettwerk Records). The 4-song EP includes two original tracks – “MyPoor Father” and “Hajimari” – but, also two reinterpretations of tracks from Larsen’s last album Resolute– “Chicago Song” and “Going Back To Bowenville.”  Natsuki adds a swagger and energy to Stu’s observations on life from his travels.

Nearly eight years ago, Natsuki and Larsen met in the middle of Tokyo and quickly connected with each other. “I spoke no Japanese and Natsuki didn’t speak English so we found we had to communicate in other ways. We both agree that this allowed us to form a deeper connection, without words,” says Larsen. Since then, they’ve continued traveling back and forth from Australia to Japan, playing shows and festivals along the way. 

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General Admission
£11.00 (+ £1.05 Fees)

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Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

*** NOTE FROM THE BROOK - THE ABOVE IS A DEFAULT TICKETWEB MESSAGE - THIS IS OURS***
All our events are 18+ for main ticket holders. 14+ may be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. (unless specifically stated on an event). ALSO if you can display your barcode on your smartphone - you don't need to print your ticket. #SavePaper

Full Terms & Conditions.

TicketWeb are committed to supporting grassroots & independent music across the UK and are proud to partner with & support the work of the Music Venue Trust. A 50p contribution from the booking fee on each ticket goes directly to maintain and sustain this venue. For more info on the work the Music Venues Trust does to support grassroots venues in the UK please visit www.musicvenuetrust.com