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Sorry guys - no ezine this week as I've attempted to have the weekend off to celebrate my birthday. Awesome lineup this week. Of particular note are Deborah Wai Kapohe - on Friday who is best known for performing opera - but also a stunning songwriter and performer of contemporary music as well.

Also the 1st heat of the York Street Studios Acid Test this coming Sunday 12th of August!!!!!

Mon 6/8 7pm Getting Radio Airplay and Getting Signed Workshop - Matt Headland - Warner Music bookings essential - $30 8pm Open Mic Night Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 7/8 8pm Open Mic Night Hosted by Gaille Tinihau All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Wed 8/8 8pm Girls Singer / songwriter night featuring Andrea Olsen, ellie lim, Ramon, Mahara Tocker, Anna Coddington (Handsome Geoffery)

Thu 9/8 9pm Rivers Edge (performing originals and Flying Nun covers) with special guests Billy Squire and Chopper

Fri 10/8 8pm Deborah Wai Kapohe & Sam Benge (Thin Air) With support from Gaille TInihau 11.30 Easy Tiger

Sat 11/8 9pm [hybrid] new music featuring bands exploring the cutting edge of acoustic / electronic sounds featuring Shawn Feeney, Transport & others

Sun 12/8 9am-3pm Open For Breakfast!! http://www.temple.co.nz/Breakfast.htm 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test Songwriting & performance competition Sponsored by York Street Recording Studios, Software Images, Channel Z, Realtime Duplicators, Music in Parks, MAINZ, NZ Musician Magazine, Spellbound Productions, Export Gold, NZ Rockshops, Vision 100, Pie Mania Heat 1 Featuring Alen & Martin, Deborah Wai Kapohe & Sam Benge, Joshna, Jharpa, Chocolate Fish, Easy Tiger www.joshna.cc.st http://www.temple.co.nz/Jharpa.htm

Mon 13/8 8pm Open Mic Night Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 14/8 8pm Open Mic Night Hosted by Gaille Tinihau All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Wed 15/8 8pm Acoustic Soundz Hinemoana Baker, Stan Malcolm, Sydney, Poet Michael Rudd, Jester http://www.temple.co.nz/Hinemoana_Baker.htm www.stanmalcolm.com

Thu 16/8 8pm Acoustic Cafe featuring Jaymes Malcolm, Graduate, Ajay Castelino, Peter Fielding, Jamie Stone

Fri 17/8 9pm Joshna www.joshna.cc.st 11.30 Tourist

Sat 18/8 Midday Wordsmith Workshop - The gental art of lyric writing - Hinemoana Baker Bookings essential - $30 9pm Revolver - single release

Sun 19/8 9am-3pm Open For Breakfast!! http://www.temple.co.nz/Breakfast.htm 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test Songwriting & performance competition Sponsored by York Street Recording Studios, Software Images, Channel Z, Realtime Duplicators, Music in Parks, MAINZ, NZ Musician Magazine, Spellbound Productions, Export Gold, NZ Rockshops, Vision 100, Pie Mania Heat 2 Featuring Soda, Danash, Attica, Graduate, Vencelbros, Jane Siene www.janesiene.com www.vencelbros.com WWW.mp3.com/GRADUATE www.sodatheband.com

Mon 20/8 8pm Open Mic Night Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 21/8 8pm Open Mic Night Hosted by Gaille Tinihau All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Wed 22/8 9pm Millhouse & guests

Thu 23/8 8pm The Big Bang!! with Stan 5 Bands for $3, Hosted by Stan Malcolm Featuring Glow, Corpidye, Levlntry, Sushi, Krin

Fri 24/8 9pm The Sick Boys http://www.temple.co.nz/The_Sick_Boys.htm 11.30 The Rainy Days

Sat 25/8 Gossip Women performing the arts Hosted by Dolores Death of Elvis party Come as the trashiest Elvis or the best looking Elvis Prizes Elvis Band

Sun 26/8 9am-3pm Open For Breakfast!! http://www.temple.co.nz/Breakfast.htm 7pm York Street Studios Acid Test Songwriting & performance competition Sponsored by York Street Recording Studios, Software Images, Channel Z, Realtime Duplicators, Music in Parks, MAINZ, NZ Musician Magazine, Spellbound Productions, Export Gold, NZ Rockshops, Vision 100, Pie Mania Heat 3 Featuring Jacquie Hanham, Joe Elliot, Jonathan Harding, Bobbie, STOODS, Revolver

Mon 27/8 8pm Open Mic Night Hosted by Chelle All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Tue 28/8 8pm Open Mic Night Hosted by Gaille Tinihau All Performers are Welcome Acoustic, bands, poets, actors, comedians etc

Wed 29/8 8pm The Ra Ra Chelle Show

Thu 30/8 8pm TBC

Fri 31/8 9pm Stan Malcolm (cruisey acoustic pop) www.stanmalcolm.com 11.30 TBC


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