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Christine Olive


Sun 15 Feb 2015, 7:30pm

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

Restrictions: All Ages

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Christine Olive is a self-taught, 23 year old singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and philanthropist from Auckland New Zealand. She has been writing and performing for almost 10 years and after basing herself in Australia since 2010, she now travels the world promoting her music.

Her music is a blend of folk, coastal and electronic tunes. Christine Olive's debut album 'For Shore', recorded in 12 days during a charity trip to the Philippines is available now on iTunes. She performs almost everything on the record from drums, guitar, ukelele, vocals, harmonica, piano and synth. Says Olive "It was pretty crazy recording in such a short amount of time but I was stoked to be able to play everything on the record apart from the electric guitar... only because I didn't have one on
me.. It's a small step up for me musically and a very exciting start - plus I'm pretty sure we broke a world record or something!"

Christine Olive is extremely passionate about the environment and climate change. In NZ she performed with 'Lemon Pie' (a previous duo) at camps, featured on the 'Sunrise' Morning Show for the Parnell Festival of Roses and also performed for local community stream/river projects. She played at the Gold Coast's 'Bleach Fest' for the 'Eco Challenge' in March 2014, a fundraiser for the Surfrider Foundation and has played internationally at post natural-disaster fundraiser concerts.

At least 10% of her profits go toward climate change projects.

Keep your eyes out for this upcoming talent.

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