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Concert Of 10 Stunning Performers

The Levin Folk Music Club has a concert on Friday the 26th January 2024 that we are quite excited about. Not just one band or artist but ten of them! Don’t be surprised if there are some who join up together to make music you will remember for a very long time.

Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. This is an earlier start time than usual. Don’t be late to get there as the Hall can hold only 99 people due to fire regulations.

Admission, which includes a light supper, is Adults $7.00, Children and Students $3.00. Cash only (no eftpos facilities).

First up is Waireka. We have been lucky enough to have heard them several times and each time Cam and Juli have entertained the audience to some acclaim. They sing Cam’s original songs – playing guitar, ukulele and cahon. Ranging in genre from jazz, swing, country, folk and reggae and a love ballad or two!

Second up is Hope and the Hobo. Phil Hope and Jo Sheffield share their life experiences with vocals, guitars, mandolins - all with original material. Phil has been involved with many acoustic music combos. Jo is originally from Northumberland in the UK and has made NZ her new home.

Wandrella is third in the line-up. After a chance meeting in December 2016, Gill Allen (keyboards and guitar) and Kate Ward (guitar, banjo and mandolin) began to create a blend of their music and vocals, to develop a style and synergy unique to Wandrella.

The fourth stellar performer is Paul Vernon. Paul has lived for the past 34 years in Levin and he's a regular performer at the monthly Palace Jam nights, now held at The Firebird Cafe, and sometimes plays in the Friday Concerts at Te Takere. He plays many different genres including jazz, country and folk music.

Last before supper is The Salty Hearts. A dynamic group of artists who keep your toes tapping and your heart singing along. Greg Sayer pens a vast selection of original songs that reflect his unique New Zealand experiences. Dave Allen is on guitar with sure, supportive and clever playing from Richard Guerin on bass and Anje Glindemann on drums.

First after supper and number six in our stunning line-up is Legal Tender. The duo of Ian and Moira Campbell have been performing an eclectic mix of originals and country covers around New Zealand for more years than they or anyone else care to remember. Songs by various artists including Guy Clarke, Holly Williams, Lorri McKenna and their own originals sung with earthy integrity and powerful vocal harmonies.

Number seven is Dean Murray. Singer songwriter, luthier, fisherman, gardener, builder, environmentalist, husband, father and grandfather - Dean's music reflects his many hats. Dean performed for us a few months ago and we could not have him anywhere but here for our special night.

Number eight for the evening is Black Eyed Susie. This duo began in 2006 when guitarist Ramon Oza met violinist Susan Colien Reid at a music jam. They have gone from strength to strength over the past 17 years bringing unique blends of Susan's Celtic classical style and Ramon's rhythm and blues.

Raven Mavens is ninth in this fabulous line-up. They alternatively perform as a duo (Cindy Muggeridge on boogie and blues piano and Marian Carter adding soulful clarinet), a trio (with Anje Glindemann on drums) and a quartet (with Kate Marshall on accordion, flute and violin). Each of these women is a musician and a singer and when they get together there is a unique and beautiful synergy.

Last for the night is none other than the Andrew London Duo. Many of you will know what an amazing husband and wife team they are. Andrew writes songs to make you think, smile and laugh; Kirsten plays the bass guitar and sings amazing harmonies.

NB: Due to Friday traffic and the distances some of the performers are travelling to get here we cannot guarantee that the order stated will stay as written. Also there may be times when performers join other performers that are performing just for fun.

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Please note this information should be used as a guide only. To help ensure your safety we advise you review our safety page and contact the individual provider for up to date information on their compliance with all Health and Safety and regulatory requirements.

January 26 2024 19:00 - January 26 2024 23:00
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Adults: $7.00
Children and Students: $3.00
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Category: Folk




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