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Acoustic Saturday - simply the BEST acoustic acts

Acoustic Saturday - simply the BEST acoustic acts

Acoustic Saturday "showcasing simply the BEST acoustic acts" This Saturday 28th June 8pm (sharp) $10

Charlotte Johansen "she could be the next local artist everyone is talking about" NZ Musician Magazine April 2003

Bloody Mary "songwriting - a mixture of dictionary-in-the-blender lyrics riding a diverse swarm of open tunings "

Claire Holmes Studying at SCAPA and her music has just been used on movie for a short film in 48 hr film festival, and is working with a band "Farmer Pimp", their first single out soon!

Michelle Kazor - Her single "Crowded Room" is currently being played on More FM and maybe you've seen her video on Juice! Michelle is currently working on promoting the single. More at

Brooke Fraser - One of Sony's newest signings, her single "Better" is currently receiving airplay. She's off to the studio in a couple of weeks to record the album, out November, and was successful in the latest NZ on Air funding round.

All these fabulous acts followed up by The Drones at midnite, (unfortunately their last gig - off overseas you know), an awesome young band modeled on the 60's garage rock revival.

It'll be a GREAT night of entertainment - come along!

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