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Monty Bevins and Amiria Grenell

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Tour Information
Folk luminary Amiria Grenell joins much loved kiwi troubadour Monty Bevins for a special concert at the beautiful Hampden Presbyterian Church on Sunday May 7. Previous touring has enabled Monty and Amiria to develop a warm collaborative show inspiring the following comments from attendees of their recent house concert: “Loved the night…world class acts, I was buzzing”. “It was the most amazing night! We loved it…so much talent and heart and goodness”. More on two of our own singer/songwriters below:

Monty Bevins is a genuine kiwi troubadour whose been living on the road since April 2014 performing his effortless blend of folk/roots/soul to communities throughout NZ. He’s supported the nationwides of Australians James Kenyon and Christopher Coleman in the past, as well as performing at the Festival Of Lights, Tora Tora Tora, and Sanctuary Sounds festivals. Recently he’s been tucked away in the far north writing material for a brand new upcoming release.

Amiria Grenell has spent the past 10 years performing extensively at venues and arts festivals all around the country, and as a regular member of the Fly My Pretties cast. Hailing from a large musical family (her father is country legend John Grenell), Amiria’s style is a mix of dreamy folk, a touch of country and a dash of pop & reggae. Her recently released stunning third album ‘Autumn’ backs up the Tui Award winning album ‘Three Feathers’.

This show is set to be a lovely, inclusive, story filled affair at a beautiful venue where music can be fully appreciated, so come along and feed your soul!
Also, with every presale ticket purchased you'll receive a dinner discount at the famous Hampden Fish & Chips shop for your Sunday night dinner after the show!

Here's a clip of Amiria and Monty singing on the Christchurch Gondola while on tour a couple of years ago:'v=XEqchYSx7rI

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