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A Small Hall Session with We Mavericks

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They're folk that resemble everything else: Bringing captivating originals, entertaining stories and incredible energy, they pack punches but have songs to heal your scars.

Featuring a foot-stomping Kiwi girl and an Australian country boy, We Mavericks make music that is more than the sum of its parts. Lindsay Martin’s masterful strings and vocal meets Victoria Vigenser’s mesmerising voice, with driving rhythms and a connection you have to hear to believe.

The songs are born of Vigenser and Martin’s shared and somewhat unusual exploration of the harder subjects in life, especially the relationships with self, with others, with memories and with hope. They’re rich in vocal harmony, hooky melodies and beautifully dexterous string work.

A certain trademark tightness and their strangely gritty, evocative performances have seen them on a steep and fast rise to festivals and shows in both home countries;

Nominated “Best Folk Artist” in the Aotearoa (NZ) Music Awards 2022, nominated Australian Folk Music Awards 'Artists of the Year, Best Duo/Group/Ensemble' 2021 and recipients of the 2020 Troubadour Foundation Award, We Mavericks’ organic blend of lyrical pop and acoustic folk vibes has echoes of soulful Americana and Celtic roots amongst the harmonies.

Now with their keenly-awaited duo debut album “Grief’s a Gardener” they bring connected and grounding original songs that can melt even the hardest of hearts.

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