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Brave Caitlin Smith's Imaginary Band

Where: Picton Little Theatre, 9 Dublin St, Picton, Marlborough

Restrictions: All Ages

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“…a voice that imagination created” – Mike Alexander
Brave Caitlin Smith’s Imaginary Band will be touring with Caitlin Smith (piano and vocals), Mark Laurent (guitar), and Steve Cournane (percussion and cymbals) - a dream team performing jazz and folk music.
Caitlin Smith's latest album ‘You Have Reached Your Destination’ creates a multisensory universe unto itself - Braille and a tactile labyrinth within the cover art, poetry, and footsteps recorded between 14 originals. A mesmerizing, prolific, and passionate performer, originals are sandwiched between the tastiest covers, especially the repertoire of her spiritual parents Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen.

The Band:
Caitlin Smith is a mesmerising performer, song-poet, and story singer. Legally blind since birth, she is a tireless advocate for accessibility issues and the healing and transformative power of creativity.
A vocal and song-writing coach to many of our best-known artists, Caitlin Smith combines poetry and music in unforgettable performances that include her original compositions as well as covers penned by her musical heroes.

Mark Laurent has been a professional musician for over 40 years. He plays rock, blues, reggae, alt.country, folk, soul/jazz/gospel, working solo, in bands and duos. He’s recorded many albums, written 200 songs, and worked as producer/session musician on numerous projects. He’s also an author, with 4 books of poetry published, and an illustrated children’s book.

Steve Cournane is a drummer and composer who began playing with the Alpaca Brothers in Dunedin, in 1984. Steve won a Tui for NZ Jazz album of the year in 2002 for the album Stereoscope by CLBob. This group released three albums and performed relentlessly around the country over a ten-year period. In 2007 he moved to Lima, Peru, where he survived as a musician while studying the coastal Afro-Criolla music for another seven years. He moved to Auckland in 2017 and currently plays cajón with Isla Flamenca (with Ian Sinclair) and drum-kit with BOAT and Bill Direen.

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