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Happy Listings Nov 17 - 25

Fri, 12 Nov 2004

Happy Listings Nov 17 - 25

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Wednesday November 17th

10pm

New Music Trios

Feat. Orb 3, Blair Latham and guests

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Thursday November 18th

10pm

The Jonathan Crayford Trio

featuring Patrick Bleakley and Anthony Donaldson

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Friday November 19th

10pm

National Human Beat Box Championships

Wellington Heat

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Saturday November 20th

10pm

The Scribes of Ra

The Afrobeat Big Band

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Tuesday November 23rd

10pm

The Dodecahedrons

Aotearoa's greatest New Music ensemble

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Wednesday November 24th

10pm

New Music Trios

Featuring Nigel Patterson, Alphabethead and guests

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Thursday November 25th

10pm

10pm

The Jonathan Crayford Trio

featuring Patrick Bleakley and Anthony Donaldson

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Coming up at Happy before Xmas: Limited Express (Japan; Nov 30th); The Pink Tuna Big Band, led by John White (Dec 1st); Odessa (Dec 4th); Tessa Rain (Dec 8th); Tufaan Express (Dec 10th); Fanf (Dec 11th); Damo Suzuki with The Flower Orphans (Dec 12th); the Gerard Master Trio (Dec 14th-15th); The Midnights (Dec 17th); Vital Sounds (Dec 18th).

Happy underground cnr Vivian and Tory Streets Little Italy PO Box 9069 Wellington Aotearoa +64 4 384 1965 www.happy.net.nz

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