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Renee Millner - EP & Music Video Launch - In The World


Thu 18 Oct 2018, 7:30pm–10:00pm

Where: 4th Wall Theatre, 11 Baring Terrace, New Plymouth, Taranaki

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00
  • Students: $15.00
  • Seniors: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: rennymmusic

Renee Millner will celebrate her new EP and music video 'In The World' at the 4th Wall Theatre, New Plymouth on Thursday October 18th, 2018, beginning at 7:30pm.

With songs that take you on a journey and offer a glimpse into her soul, Renee is a self-confessed nomad. She is also a story-teller who effortlessly blends her music and lyrics into her own unique, smokey folk style.

It comes as no surprise that Renee’s first acoustic guitar has been her constant companion since they found each other during her first solo travel adventure through the rugged mountains of Bolivia back in 2008.

Renee's dusty, direct and sultry vocals, sensitive, melodic finger-picking style, and unapologetic, heartfelt lyrics are what set her apart.

Hailing from Sydney, and having resided in Melbourne, Japan, country NSW and now New Plymouth, Renee’s varied life experiences have provided her with an array of enriching encounters, which she draws on in her songwriting.

In early 2018, Renee was awarded with Creative Community Funding through the New Plymouth District Council, in order to create new original works, along with a music video directed by local artist and film maker Che Rogers.

She also joined forces with producer and sound engineer Graeme Woller, to record her second EP 'In the World'. Joined by a host of accomplished Taranaki musicians, including Janet Muggeridge and Sam Johnson, this is a night not to be missed.

Support by: Janet Muggeridge

As a child Janet exercised her vocal cords singing along to Burl Ives and Nana Mouskouri LPs.

Her musical career has included choirs, a madrigal group, jug bands, family bands, Gumboot Tango and duos with Rick Copplestone, Renee Millner, Ross Halliday, Karen Clarke and lately Wellington bluesman Dave Murphy. She has also spent countless hours jamming and performing at folk festivals.

She is usually found playing her beloved mandolin and singing harmony.

Playing acoustic guitar on this occasion, Janet will perform a short set of her favourite tunes, including originals and Kiwi classics.