WOMAD New Zealand is famous for bringing together artists from all over the globe for a vibrant showcase of the world’s many forms of music, arts, and dance. This year’s festival went ahead in the face of even greater adversity. Over three days Ngāmotu’s stunning Brooklands Park and the TSB
I went along to this show on Saturday and took a few snaps. Enjoy.
Jonathan Crayford was awarded the Tui for Best Jazz Album, at a cocktail party attended by Wellington’s jazz community and sponsors of the Wellington Jazz Festival. Callum Allardice announces the award at the Wellington Jazz Festival Photo: Stephen A’Court. The event included Anthony Healey, Head of APRA and Damian Vaughan
Published on http://www.13thfloor.co.nz Last Call For Wellington’s Bodega On a quiet Friday afternoon music fanatic and long-time Bodega patron Tim Gruar popped up the road to have a beer with owner Murray (‘Mo’) Hepple (co-owner with Catherine Popert) to talk about his long career in the music industry, buying this
First Published On http://www.13thfloor.co.nz Like his Auckland gig at the Wine Cellar, Steve Abel’s appearance at Meow was short and very sweet. He starts, as any good host should, by thanking the opener Reb Fountain for her own very sweet 10 cent mixture of deprecating banter and whiskey-soaked, forlorn cowgirl