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Dateless 'n' Desperate play Cathedral Square

Dateless 'n' Desperate play Cathedral Square

Friday 29th November, 12.15pm to 1.15pm, Cathedral Square. FREE

Dateless 'n' Desperate, who play in Cathedral Square this Friday 29th November, attribute their popularity with audiences to the wide range of material they perform with energy and enthusiasm.

Widely known throughout the city, the band have played private and corporate gigs, as well as many festivals and events ranging from The Wild Foods Festival in Hokitika, to Retro! in Hagley Park.

The band fill their performances with spontaneity and movement, creating a very entertaining show. Their repertoire encompasses everything from Crowded House and Alanis Morrisette to Elvis Presley, Tom Waites and ABBA. With songs from the 1950's through to the present day, their show offers something for everyone and the opportunity to sing along.

Dateless and Desperate are: Steve Hyde (vocals, guitar), Campbell Paterson (vocals, drums, percussion), Dave Josland (vocals, guitar) and Jo-Anne Fuller (vocals, keyboards, guitar and mandolin).

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