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Tyree Robertson With Stan Malcolm

Tyree Robertson With Stan Malcolm

Friday 17th January 9pm

Friday 17th January 2003 marks the return to Auckland stages of Tyree Robertson otherwise known as Henrietta Ford. Now living in Wellington, Tyree was based at the Temple as the host of the Henrietta Ford Stagecoach for around 3 years and has blazed more than one trail around Auckland's music and comedy scene in the last few years. Wild woman antics and vocals ensure a lively stage anywhere she treads. Tyree's captured stages and audiences alike alongside Annie Crummer, Shona Laing, Karen Hunter, even Helen Clarke (you'll have to come to the gig to hear that story). Kim Hill loves her, you'll love her too...

Stan Malcolm, cruisy acoustic soul with a pure rich feel. Likened to Elvis Costello and Paul Weller, with influences from Ray Charles to John Hiatt and Dave Dobbyn, Stan commands your attention with his beautiful eclectic style. A truly masterful performer.

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