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Ahi-Kaa Perform in Cathedral Square

Thursday May 13, 2004

Media Statement

Ahi-Kaa Perform in Cathedral Square as Part of New Zealand Music Week Free Friday Lunchtime Concert, Friday May 14, 12.15pm to 1.15pm, Cathedral Square.

Ahi Ka, a local three piece R'n'B and Hip Hop band, featuring David Butterfield , Te Rau o-te-rangi Winterburn and Shaun Taiaki will perform this Friday in Cathedral Square, as part of New Zealand Music Month. Their personal philosophy is 'Eternally striving to create a happier world with music that is born from te whakaaro kotahi', and Ahi Ka promise to add local cultural pride New Zealand Music Month.

Beginning in 1997 as New Zealand Music Week - initiated by Kiwi Action Group - in 2001 the New Zealand Music Industry became involved and a week became a month. Last year a record 23 percent local quota was reached on radio, and this year, looks set to achieve an even higher percentage.

For more information visit www.nzmusicmonth.co.nz


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