New Zealand Music Month @ Dunedin Public Libraries

April 29, 2010 at 9:02 am | Posted in City Library, Events, Library_News, Mosgiel, Music, New Zealand, NZ Music Month, Port Chalmers, Suggestions, Waikouaiti | 2 Comments

Welcome to Music Month 2010 at Dunedin Public Libraries!

This year sees a fantastic array of talent performing for free across our network, with the City Library hosting a series of regular gig nights and lunchtime concerts, in association with dunedinmusic.com and Trade Aid, in support of Fair Trade Fortnight.

So join us and get your toes tapping.

Gig Nights – City Library

Thursday 6 May 5.30pm – 7.00pm

  • TFF – Young punk rock pop band. Four piece
  • Honeybone – Rock pop. Four piece (Think The Datsuns, White Stripes)
  • The New Self – Folk, acoustic guitars, mandolin
  • FREE

Thursday 13 May 5.30pm – 7.00pm

  • Jonny Bollox – Witty acoustic comedy, pop (Think Flight of the Conchords)
  • Catgut and Steel – Folk duo
  • Leo Ladell – Blues man
  • FREE

Thursday 20 May 5.30pm – 7.00pm

  • Matt Langley – Acoustic songwriter
  • The Du Cats Kit – Power ska, pop. Trio
  • The Exclamations! – Funk rock. Four piece
  • FREE

Thursday 27 May 5.30pm – 7.00pm

  • The George Kay Experience – Indie rock. Four piece
  • Marcus Tuwairua – Ukulele folk. Member of The Standing Spirits
  • Paul Cathro – Formerly of The Biff Merchants. Member of Alizarin Lizard
  • FREE

Monday 31 May 5.30pm – 7.30pm

  • Ash & The Matadors – Fantastic rock, pop, country and blues
  • Haunted Love – Comic book music for nerds, cool kids and connoisseurs
  • FREE

Lunchtime Concerts – City Library

Friday 7 May 12.30pm – 1.30pm

  • Cult Disney – Dark dance, electric pop, stunning vocals. Trio
  • FREE

Friday 14 May 12.30pm – 1.30pm

  • Death By Silo – A Dunedin Supergroup: Chris Matthews (Headless Chickens, Robot Monkey Orchestra), Karen McLean (Onanon) and Stephen Stedman (Glovepuppet)
  • FREE

Friday 21 May 12.30pm – 1.30pm

  • Amanda Goodwin & Joe Setefano – Funk latin soul, easy listening. Duo
  • FREE

Friday 28 May 12.30pm – 1.30pm

  • Phil Corfield – Troubadour songwriter
  • FREE

Teen Space Gigs – City Library

WEDNESDAY 5 MAY, 5.00pm

  • Early Reflections
  • If you like Shihad, Nine Inch Nails, Crowded House or Foo Fighters, then check out this talented duo.
  • FREE

FRIDAY 14 MAY, 5.00pm

  • Natalie Wardell and Logan Anderson
  • Kaikorai Valley College Singer / Songwriters
  • FREE

FRIDAY 28 MAY, 7.00pm

  • Kane Strang
  • Bayfield High School Singer / Songwriter
  • FREE

Mosgiel Library

Friday 7 & 21 May 2.30pm

  • Beverley Kay – Easy listening, keyboard soloist
  • FREE

Monday 10 May 2.30pm

  • Silverstream (South) Primary School, Kapa Haka Group
  • FREE

Tuesday 11 May 2.00pm

  • Elmgrove School Choir
  • FREE

Thursday 13 May 1.30pm

  • St Mary’s School, Room 5
  • FREE

Thursday 20 May 12.30pm

  • Silverstream (South) Primary School Choir
  • FREE

Wednesday 26 May 11.30am

  • The Wise Women – Folk and Celtic harp music
  • FREE

Port Chalmers Library

THURSDAY 13 MAY 7.00PM

  • Both Sides – Country, pop, blues
  • FREE

THURSDAY 20 MAY 7.00PM

  • Leo LaDell – Blues with attitude. Join Leo LaDell at Port Chalmers Library for a smooth, soulful set that will put a swagger in your stride.
  • FREE

THURSDAY 27 MAY 7.00PM

  • Katharticus – Katharticus are fast becoming well known for their brand of gentle rock. Soaring solos, catchy riffs – all played in a stunning acoustic set.
  • FREE

Waikouaiti Library

FRIDAY 28 MAY 6.00PM

  • Katharticus – Katharticus are fast becoming well known for their brand of gentle rock. Soaring solos, catchy riffs – all played in a stunning acoustic set.
  • FREE
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  1. Hi there, my name is Laurence Smith, I play in The New Self, we peformed last night at TeenSpace. I’ve just been reading this page:

    https://dunedinpubliclibraries.wordpress.com/2010/04/29/new-zealand-music-month-dunedin-public-libraries/

    and noted The New Self is spelt incorrectly. Can you please admend. And also, while you’re at it, I’d appreciate if you took “pop” out of the description.
    Many thanks
    regards Laurence

  2. Thanks for this Laurence… we’ve updated the posting to reflect your requested changes 🙂


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