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Paul McLaney and Kirsten Morrell (Goldenhorse)


Sun 27 Jul 2008, 7:00pm

Where: Carey's Bay Hotel, 17 Macandrew Rd, Careys Bay, Dunedin, Otago

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Missmanagement


The Historic Careys Bay Hotel hosts a special show for one night only. Located just around the bay from Port Chalmers, the redeveloped haven boasts beautiful Otago Harbour surrounds on the outside, while inside a collection of Ralph Hotere paintings grace the walls. The kitchen will be open for bar snacks, and the extensive wine list will be flowing. Contact the venue direct to secure a table - capacity is limited.

Beautiful music. Beautiful settings. Life is good this winter.

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Paul Mclaney is pretty good at outdoing himself. From his initial solo forays, to the full band of Gramsci; collaborations with the likes of Anika Moa then Concord Dawn – then of course his stunning album Edin, (the reaction to which is summed up well by the NZ Listener: “If albums as sophisticated as Edin are rare in Kiwi pop it is not because people don’t want to make them but because there are few people who can” ); and the adored follow up Diamond Side firmly cementing him as one of New Zealand’s best career artist.

With those solo albums in hand he created a formidable NZ tour circuit, stepping out each time with an increasingly impressive new line-up of solo performers.

As he prepares to embark on another live outing, Paul has outdone himself again – accompanying him this time will be NZ’s golden girl herself – Goldenhorse’s Kirsten Morrell, on her first major tour as a solo artist. What can be said about the award winning front woman of one of the country’s favourite bands teaming up with our beloved troubadour?

I would say not to be missed. I would say not to be missed.

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