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Christine White At Temple


Christine White At Temple

"...cut from the same cloth as any of Neil Finn's best..." NZ Musician

Christine White brings you a selection of songs, both old and new, penned in the spirit of a Neil Finn classic and delivered in the raw style of a Janis Joplin epic.

Accompanied by a wonderful array of musicians (including vocals, bass, keyboards, trumpet and percussion), White's songs will give a vivid snapshot of her world and yours.

A Christine White concert is at once energetic, intimate, hilarious and thought-provoking...an unforgettable experience....be a part of it.

"...with vocal power, presence and songs others would kill for...a woman who deserves stadiums if she wants them" NZ HERALD

Christine White Temple Tuesday 29th April 7.30pm $20 / Guaranteed Seat / Smokefree Contact the Temple to secure your ticket

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