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Divas & Diamonds

Where: Turner Centre, 43 Cobham Rd, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Reserved Seating: $49.95 ea
  • Reserved Seating - Seniors: $39.95 ea
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Listed by: glyntuck

NB. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED, DUE TO COVID LOCKDOWN, FROM 13 NOV 2021 TO THE NEW DATE OF 28 MAY 2022.

Divas & Diamonds takes you on a magic carpet ride. recalling classic songs of the '60s through '80s.

The Girls, Guys & Groups, complete with high-class backing and dazzling costume changes, starring Barbie Davison & Glyn Tucker.

BARBIE DAVIDSON: NZ's "queen of versatile", Barbie emerged from popular 1970s NZ TV shows to become a classy exponent of country, pop, jazz, cocktail and show music genres, honing her entertaining skills through Australian cabaret, club and cruise ship residencies, and winning the prestigious Ricky May Jazz Award in Brisbane. Back home in NZ, she toured with many international stars, including Kenny Rogers, Gene Pitney, Charlie Pride, Jeannie C Riley, Ray Price, and more. After a forced R&R break, Barbie is back, and better than ever, with sensational performances of Divas like Shirley Bassey and Cilla Black., etc

GLYN TUCKER: Singer/songwriter/guitarist in The Gremlins he featured on their smash hit, "The Coming Generation" (1966). Glyn founded Mandrill Recording Studios in 1975, producing and promoting hundreds of Kiwi recordings through the 1970s -90s. Now, though ostensibly "retired", Glyn has come full circle to where it all began for him as an aspiring popstar- performing, live, to audiences who love the classic songs, and know most of the words.

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