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Jo & Jared, Emily Fairlight and Hoot Restless Bones Tour

When:

Thu 23 Jan 2020, 7:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Geraldine Cinema, 74 Talbot St, Geraldine, South Canterbury

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • EARLY BIRD: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Jo Little

Emily Fairlight - is a poet and a songwriter.

She describes her own music style as introspective alternative folk, written with a rock 'n' roll heart. Others have compared her sound to Natalie Merchant, P.J. Harvey, Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane) and Cat Power.

Her voice ranges from the most intimate of whispers to the strongest of wails, delivering beautiful and honest lyrics with heartfelt melodies.

Emily has been composing and performing for over a decade now, and in this time has played throughout New Zealand, Australia and the USA. Her third and most recent trip to the USA saw her record her sophomore album with Doug Walseth of The Cat's Eye Studio in Austin, Texas, featuring some incredible Texan musicians including Cully Symington (Bright Eyes and Okkervil River) and multi-instrumentalist Kullen Fuchs.

Jo Little & Jared Smith - A well known fixture of the Dunedin and wider Southern music scene. These veterans of the road have toured NZ and Aus many times over. With velvety harmonies and nostalgically crafted songs that dip their hand into a pick and mix bag of blues, alt-country, folk and soul.

This duo’s set ranges from foot stomping to heartbreaking. Whatever the mood, their catchy originals will hang in your head long after the last tune has rang out. Their album ‘Live at The Boathouse’ is available through bandcamp

Hoot - This tight 4-piece original blues band from Dunedin, is freshly cut food for the soul. Frontman and second generation blues singer Oscar LaDell expertly leads each tune with stirring, velvety vocals and dynamic lead guitar licks. Nestled right in there behind him is Ruairi Griffin’s shimmery rhythm guitar hooks, punctuated by Oliver Robson’s solid bass riffs and Rani Cohen’s funk infused drumming. Hoot’s set rambles through songs of hardship and longing to hypnotic crescendos that work any audience into a fever. These boys really know how to howl. The band have three albums available through Bandcamp.