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When:

Thu 10 Jan 2008, 12:00pm

Where: Peregrine Wines, Kawarau Gorge Rd, RD 1, Gibbston, Queenstown

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $50.00
  • Child: $10.00
  • Youth: $30.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: sebRDU

Appearing for one show only in the South Island, at the architecturally renowned Peregrine Winery site this summer is Jose Gonzalez, with Nairobi Trio, Rhian Sheehan, Module, The Haints of Dean Hall and Ragamuffin Children.

Jose Gonzalez is a Swedish-born singer-songwriter of Argentinean descent whose debut album, 'Veneer is a stunning collection of subdued acoustic folk music stamped with his trademark sound of a solo classical guitar and soft melodic vocals. His latest release “In our Nature” has been met with enormous praise, across the globe.

He is best known in Australasia for the song ‘Heartbeats’, which is used by Sony Bravia for a commercial that tracks more than a quarter of a million coloured bouncing balls as they are released throughout the streets of San Francisco.

Watch the Sony Bravia commercial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_kLwQJUqYU

Nairobi Trio

Since their inception in 1989, Nairobi Trio have become New Zealand's favourite jazz band, touring regularly throughout the world, appearing at major festivals in New Zealand, the UK, Europe, Australia and Asia. Now in their 18th year together, Nairobi Trio are more passionate about their music than ever. They are a must-see act and regularly amaze at festivals all over the world. Their performance is described as contagious and expressive, with much of it spontaneously improvised.

Rhian Sheehan

Rhian Sheehan is a prolific artist and has released 3 albums internationally. His recent pursuits have been focused on writing music for film, movie trailers, television commercials, documentaries and various audiovisual installations.

Module

Module draws on his strong classical music theory background and his live-band experience to produce an organic style of electronica, that is played - and not programmed. Module has performed as a musician in The Black Seeds, Fly My Pretties, Rhombus and with fellow Peregrine performer Rhian Sheehan.

Haints of Dean Hall

‘Haint’ is the term used to describe a ghostly steam rising off the road, often mistaken to be a ghost. Dean Hall is the old road hall Kathryn (vocals) and Stephen (guitar) imagined their latest recording to have taken place. Their haunting, lugubrious tones promise to complement the headline act, and the surroundings of Peregrine, perfectly.

Ragamuffin Children

Brooke Singer and Anita Clark formed The Ragamuffin Children in 2006 and have already played an impressive number of shows, including support for Goldenhorse and a concert at the Canterbury Folk Festival with the songstress Chris While. Recently, Brooke and Anita began working with Jody Lloyd from She'll Be Right Records, for the release of their debut album entitled 'Werecat Lullabies'. Their soulful, melodic folk is filled with charm.

TICKETS $50.00 (ADULT), $30.00 (YOUTH) AND $10.00 (CHILD) and are available from:
TICKETDIRECT, QUEENSTOWN ISITE, PLAY IT AGAIN, WINE TASTES CENTRAL OTAGO,
AND PEREGRINE

TXT ‘PEREGRINE’ TO 858 FOR AN ADVANCE TICKET TO YOUR MOBILE
BOOKING FEES WILL APPLY

For further information on this event, contact Lauren Clough – Lauren@maidennz.co.nz