Don McGlashan and The Seven Sisters On The Way

Tuesday 1 January 2008

Don McGlashan is a New Zealand icon in the music world – so you’d be foolish to miss this chance to see him live.

He recently whetted people’s appetites by taking to the stage with Crowded House during their recent Auckland date at the Vector Arena, so it was only a matter of time before Don McGlashan decided to head back out onto the road for the Sunset Sessions.

Along with his band the Seven Sisters and support from Little Bushman, Don will be starting the New Year off by headlining a series of summer concerts, Sunset Sessions, to be held at five iconic North Island destinations.

As one of New Zealand’s foremost songwriters, with five entries in APRA New Zealand’s Top 100 songs of all time, Don McGlashan & the Seven Sisters along with Little Bushman will provide the perfect summer sounds to the backdrop of lingering sunset evenings.

Don McGlashan, will take to the stage with his new band to perform songs from his new upcoming album and from his first solo album, Warm Hand. In addition, the all time favourites; Anchor Me, Dominion Road, Bathe in the River, Miracle Sun, The Heater, Nature and Pulled Along By Love, songs from the earlier days of The Front Lawn, Blam, Blam, Blam and the platinum selling and internationally recognised popular band, The Mutton Birds.

Don's been instrumental in the New Zealand music scene for many years now and has helped many names reach the big time - his most recent influence was on Hollie Smith who made it big with her version of his classic Bathe in the River.