BUTTER WOULDN’T MELT – 7.30pm, Jan 20 At Raglan Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart St, Raglan. $20 entry, doors open 7.00. Snacks and drinks available.
Butter Wouldn’t Melt (Nick Burfield, Andrea Reid and Derek Burfield) will melt your heart with their soulful stories, vibrant voices and faraway fables. They are proud to be launching their debut album “1931” this summer, followed by an album tour of the North lsland.
Their original material is presented with a unique blend of dulcimer, whistles, guitar, double bass and soaring counter-melodies. Their sound is raw and familiar, yet still manages to surprise. Each song is filled with dancing harmonies and country and blues-inspired picking, creating an old-time vibe. Butter Wouldn’t Melt sing of New Zealand history, long-lost lovers, fairy tales and (very) distant serial-killer relatives.
One Last Lullaby is their debut single out now! From the album 1931 – which will be out January 15th 2022. Thanks for all your love and support, hope you like it!
More info and downloads here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/butterwouldntmelt/one-last-lullaby
Concerts at the Arts Centre are running under the Orange Covid setting with Vaccine Passes. On arrival please wear a face covering, check in by scanning the QR poster or with the manual register. Have your Vaccine Pass ready for sighting or scanning. Vaccine Passes and face coverings are not required for children aged 11 and under. Face coverings are recommended but not mandatory.
7.30pm, Raglan Old School Arts Centre, $20 entry, doors open 7.00. Snacks and drinks available.
BUTTER WOULDN’T MELT will melt your heart with soulful stories, faraway fables, and not so sappy love songs. Nick Burfield and Andrea Reid have been busy this year writing for their first album, which will be released this summer.
5 Stewart St, Raglan, Coastal Waikato 3225 Phone 07 825 0023