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Sun 11 Mar 2012, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Irish Society Hall, 29 Domain Terrace, Spreydon, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Members: $15.00
  • Non-members: $20.00
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Whet your musical whistle at this Sunday night concert of country, folk, celtic and blues!

Sure to uplift, this one-off collective of women musicians celebrate the strength of the female spirit in song. Featuring celebrated Kiwi/UK singer-songwriter Rachel Dawick, blues diva Ma Bell (Izzy Miller Bell), one of the country's leading female finger-picking guitarists Susan Grant with award winning songwriter Lynette Diaz, and Laura Tomlin and Argene Montgomery-Honger from 2009 Tui Finalist band Emeralds & Greenstone.

Susan Grant One of NZ's leading women fingerstyle guitarists, Susan is a guitarist with a love of all strings acoustic. She was recently a finalist in the New Zealand Golden Guitar Awards in the Instrumental section, and plays with a wide variety of musicians in and around Christchurch. She performs regularly with Lynette Diaz, as part of the Manuka Hunnies.

Izzy Miller Bell Ma Bell (Izzy Miller Bell) - Blues diva Ma Bell hails from Scotland, having played many a music festival from Europe to Australia on her journey to Redcliffs, Christchurch. Singer-songwriter, storyteller, and eloquent interpreter of song, Ma Bell is known for her collaborations with fingerstyle guitarists, locally most notably Jon Hooker and Susan L. Grant.

Laura Tomlin Founding member of Maori-Celtic folk fusion Emeralds & Greenstone, Laura is a singer-songwriter with a repertoire crossing celtic, folk, blues and jazz. She plays keyboard, Irish flute and percussion.

Argene Montgomery - Honger A champion Irish dancer, Argene draws on this background in her personal percussion style on the bodhran (Irish drum). She is percussionist and Irish whistle player with Emeralds & Greenstone, finding time earlier this year to teach and undertake an earthquake fundraising expedition to Mt Kilimanjaro.

Lynette Diaz - is an American-born, New Zealand-based Singer-Songwriter with a voice and style that evokes flashes of female folk singers of the '60s while writing contemporary themes of universal love and dignity.

Rachel Dawick - In an epic journey, celebrated Kiwi singer-songwriter Rachel Dawick has just spent two months in a van and one month cycling the length and breadth of Aotearoa, collecting stories from the fabric of NZ's past women and performing solo wherever she went to raise funds for the Christchurch Women's Refuge and capture an incredible archive of storytelling.

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