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Sat 13 Jun 2015, 7:30pm–10:30pm

Where: The Coroglen Hall, SH25 Coroglen, Coroglen, The Coromandel

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: brianhabberfield

After well-received concerts in Paeroa, Waihi Beach, Ponsonby, Thames and Coromandel a talented collective of songwriters, singers and musicians from Karangahake and Waihi are bringing their 'Songs for the Mountain' concert and new C.D. to Coroglen Hall.

The group, who are part of the 'Protect Karangahake' campaign, recorded and launched a CD full of original music late last year.

The Coroglen concert will feature some of the musicians that feature on the CD playing original songs from the album as well as their own material. The CD will be available to buy on the night for $15 - 20, also T shirts and other merchandise.

A light supper will be provided and refreshments will be available for a koha, all proceeds to the non profit group to fund their appeal, no eftpos so please be prepared.

The Artists performing are;

Michael O'Donnell: world famous on the Coromandel for his soulful pottery also writes and performs original songs, that blend nature, spiritual and political consciousness, weaving his Irish whistle and taonga puoro through his own and others 'Songs for the Mountain'

Clay and Dove: Caron and Beccy love merging their voices to create sweet harmonies together..."we like singing what we consider are 'great songs' with deep lyrics and strong melodies to add our own vocal twist to "... They also perform a few of their own nature inspired compositions

Brian Shone: known for his organic 70's style folk and uplifitng guitar playing will perform a mix of contemporary classics.

Quarter Acre: Duo Allison Collings and Michael Thornton play their own inspiring originals that contain powerful messages about protecting our environment and other fun and funky songs under the genre of Alt Farm Rock.

These nights are very special so come along and enjoy the magic!