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Huia and Kevin Mark Trail at Cassette 9

HUIA And KEVIN MARK TRAIL, WARM ACOUSTIC MUSIC at Cassette 9, Auckland CBD, THIS THURSDAY 9th August.
Aroha and Light Tour, part 3.

We (Kevin Mark Trail and I) will be sharing our original music, acoustic styles at Cassette 9, Vulcan Lane, Auckland CBD.

Tuck into Cassette 9's yummy wood fire pizzas and amazing Italian winter comfort food and listen to some urban gypsy soul music from us!

Starting at 6:30pm and cruising through till about 8:30pm, loads of cosy table's and booths to relax in and lounge back on your Thursday Night.
Koha (donation, gold coin, whatever!) on the door or purchase Huia' waiata album on the door for $15.

Would LOVE to see you there, please let me know if you are coming and let's send Kevin back to the UK with some awesome kiwi vibes.

Huia x

YOUTUBE - `Pictures and Waiata Poipoi' - HUIA AND KEVIN MARK TRAIL

ABOUT HUIA - www.huiahamon.com
Huia is a singer songwriter producer from Aotearoa NZ. She is releasing her songs written over a decade in both Māori and english with 'Huia's Waiata' release 23rd July and english album 'Inner Pieces, Inner Peace Is' dropping in summer 2013. From Splore to Paopaopao and bv
singing for groups such as Baitercell, Pieter T, Kids of 88 and The Deeds, Huia is looking forward to finally sharing her music with you all.

ABOUT KEVIN MARK TRAIL - www.kevinmarktrail.co.uk
Kevin Mark Trail is a singer/songwriter producer of Jamaican and Cuban roots with a UK vibe. With his album 'Hopestar' on its way, E.P's 'Homework' and first album 'Just Living' well played and loved, Kevin is coming to share his music with NZ. Most known for his singing and international touring with 'The Streets' collaborations with Nitin Sawney, Estelle, Black Twang, Rodney P and MJ Cole, Kevin Mark Trail is an act not to be missed...

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