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2014 Womad

atricia and I headed off to Womad again this year taking the “tin tent” as our accommodation with the hope that we wouldn’t be rained out by Cyclone Lusi. As it turned out by the time Lusi reached New Plymouth most of the supposed fury and bad weather had dissipated. The standout bands for me […]

Lisa Crawley and Eden Mulholland Album release party

11 Jul 2013 / 0 Comments / in Auckland, Music events, People

Here are some shots of the Lisa Crawley and Eden Mulholland Album release party held at Backbeat in K’Road.  

Waiheke Island International Jazz Festival

The Annual Waiheke Jazz festival was on again so I decided to give it a looking at and listen to.  I  took the Jazzabout Day Gigs pass and checked out Tom Rodwell, Blue Train, Miho Wada and the Dixieland Gypsy Band I also thought I would try black and white for a change.  

Womad 2013

Womad 2013 at Brooklands Park, New Plymouth. This year was my first experience of Womad and despite the rain on Sunday it was a superb event. Highly recommended. My personal favourites from the many excellent bands (in no particular order) were: The Correspondents, A Hori Buzz, David Kilgour and the Heavy Eights, The Melboune Ska Orchestra […]

A Saturday Night Out In Auckland

Who says there is nothing on in Auckland?  

Auckland Summer Part 3 – Headland Sculpture on the Gulf

21 Feb 2013 / 0 Comments / in Art, Auckland, Music events, Tourism

Continuing with the theme of the Auckland summer, here are some shots from Headland SCULPTURE ON THE GULF  and the after match entertainment at Waiheke.

Auckland Summer Part 2 – The Summer Cycle Carnival at Queens Wharf

10 Feb 2013 / 0 Comments / in Auckland, Music events, Summer

As summer continues to grace us with wonderful weather,  Auckland continues to provide me with great opportunities to capture great events. The Summer Cycle Carnival at Queens wharf was no exception.  

Miho Wada at the Playhouse in Motueka

08 Feb 2013 / 0 Comments / in Music events, New Zealand

My first experience of watching Miho Wada. Very Cool.