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Music Events, Concerts coming up at Raglan Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart, Raglan.

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  • -- July 13, 2024, N/A: EVEN THE LOST

    Even the Lost is an indie folk band from Wellington. Inspired by folk, rock and pop from the nineties, their music is soaked in the sounds, vibes and rich carpets of the seventies. They mix electric and acoustic sounds to create a warm backdrop for their songs of love, loss, mistakes and misadventure. Even the Lost is a 50:50 band – half their songs are original. The rest come from the artists who inspired them, people like John Moreland, Joan Osborne, Anna Tivel, Antje Duvekot and The Grateful Dead.

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Raglan Old School Arts Centre – intimate performance spaces for music, theatre and comedy.

Some of The Blister Sisters' set from the May NZ Music Month Live & Local: See MoreSee Less
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NZ Music Month. We had a lovely concert from Mike Harding last night – and tonight is Live & Local! See MoreSee Less
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May Concerts for NZ Music Month! Mike Harding – Thurs 9th and Live & Local – Fri 10th. MIKE HARDING: A renowned musical storyteller at ease with his instrument and his audience, Mike Harding’s mission for the last forty years has been to locate and perform the folk and popular songs of New Zealand’s past and present, from our colonial and folk roots to the Kiwi music of today.Mike’s recordings have often been played on RNZ National Radio. He compiled ‘When the Pakeha Sings of Home’ for Godwit Press and has made several series of programmes for National Radio on New Zealand music and has won a Folk Album of The Year award.Old School Arts CentreThurs May 9, 7.30, doors 7pmDoorsales $20 MAY LIVE & LOCAL Live & Local will be celebrating NZ Music Month with local musicians playing original songs and classic Kiwi covers. Musketeer is a live looping project by Sam M, a songwriter and electric guitarist. This is the ‘coming out’ set for this project and will feature a selection of upbeat, rocky, groovy, polyrhythmic tracks. Longtime Raglan resident & blues/country/rock maestro Dave Maybee is looking forward to playing a set of his originals, penned over a lifetime of recording & musical performance. The Blister Sisters will round out the evening with a bunch of Kiwi covers, played in their usual irreverent style. Never mind the songs harmed in the making of this set – it’s all about the outfits!Live & Local, Fri May 10, Raglan Old School Arts Centre7.30pm, doors open 7pmKoha entry See MoreSee Less
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