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Good Habits

When
Mon Jan 13th, 2020
Where

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Doors open
6:30am
Gig starts
7:30pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$15
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Good Habits are an eclectic indie-folk band from Manchester, UK creating immersive, multimedia gigs and projects.
Formed of Singer-Cellist and Songwriter Bonnie Schwarz & international Klezmer accordionist, Pete Shaw, the band take their recent venture as a duo, touring new Zealand Jan-March 2020.
Sitting between folk and pop, the eclectic duo present an upbeat yet intimate sound-world of musical storytelling.

‘An impressive, interactive show’ - The Mancunion 

‘They’ve never disappointed... they’re such talented musicians and create a wonderful atmosphere’ - Manchester CU

As an award winning composer and sound designer, Bonnie has worked with Manchester and London’s most established theatres, creating new and innovative sonic experiences.
Pete is an experienced performer who bases his style around many different folk influences; from Irish to Klezmer, Pete has performed around Europe and the United States of America.

Tickets available via: https://whangateau.co.nz/?fbclid=IwAR0M6NVqinf3U9x8OxhG7OSBPR1qHIJ9twWdSfSKUYca_XRQYmS7xQoj0t0

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whangateau.co.nz/?fbclid...
eventfinda.co.nz/2020/go...
bonnieschwarzmusic.com/l...
Tags
alternative, country/folk, pop, Good Habits

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