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Stranded in Paradise - Lyttelton Comes to Kaikoura


Sat 21 May 2016, 8:00pm

Where: The Strawberry Tree, 21 West End, Kaikoura, Canterbury

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: lucindawhiteley

The Lucky Lost
After forming in February 2011 (a few days after the big earthquake in Christchurch), The Lucky Lost has developed original songs about things like driving your Holden Kingswood from Heaphy to Jackson Bay. A vocal delivery as relaxed as JJ Cale, catchy choruses, and a rock steady rhythm section and the added depth of live cello and keyboards, they are worth leaving Facebook at home and venturing out to hear. They are favourites at the Lyttelton Farmers Market and street festivals. Their debut album was proclaimed by NZ Musician magazine as a strong set of gentle songs. The Lucky Lost have a unique, gentle sound that entices the listener into the thoughtful lyrics and subtle melodies but they also can entice you onto the dance floor and leave you knowing you have had a great night out.

Candice Milner
Candice Milner, 17 is from the seemingly sleepy hollow that is the port town of Lyttelton. A young pop/folk musician, she has been gigging round Lyttelton/Christchurch over the last year. Having won the Audience last year she is currently recording her debut album with Ben Edwards (Tami Nelson, Marlon Williams, Delaney Davidson) at his Lyttelton based, Sitting Room studio. Candice has a strong, engaging stage presence and maturity that belies her youth. She recently supported Greg Johnson and received glowing praise for her singing and songwriting. A young musician with a big future!

Al Park
A stalwart of the Lyttelton/ Christchurch music scene for many years, Park has had bands, (Louie and the Hotsticks, Latter day Sinners), music venues (Al's Bar), and has played support shows (Marianne Faithful, Lloyd Cole), was a member of post quake, Lyttelton musician collective, the Harbour Union, and has promoted many international and national acts. He has a large repertoire of original and cover songs delivered in a country/ folk style.