Reminder… Reminder… Reminder…
Music producer Lee Prebble from The Surgery and his musician buddy Age Pryor from the Wellington Ukulele Orchestra and The Woolshed Sessions, will be at the Wellington Central Library TOMORROW 26th May at 4.30pm
They will be talking about how you can make it as a musician. All the inside tips and tricks.
It’s FREE! Brave the weather and we’ll see you there!
We put a few key questions to our lovely (and knowledgeable) Wellington Library staff about New Zealand Music.
The most under-rated NZ band or musician: The Rabble are a great up-and-coming NZ punk band.
Your favourite NZ band or musician: Goodnight Nurse rank highly. their songs are catchy and their gigs are consistently fun and entertaining.
Your favourite live NZ music act: Streetwise Scarlet are wonderful live with high energy and great interaction with the crowd. Also, Wellington-based covers band, The Business are guaranteed to get everyone dancing.
It was a cold wintery night, but a small group of music groupies braved the cold to see Brad Dring from Rapture Ruckus talk about is career path to becoming a famous musician at the Central Library on the 8th of May.
Don’t miss the next New Zealand Music Month session- Music Producer Lee Prebble, from The Surgery, and musician Age Pryor, from the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra and The Woolshed Sessions, will be at the Central Library on Tuesday 26th May at 4.30pm.
… And we need your help!
If you could ask musicians some questions about their job, what would you want to know?
Post your questions in the comment section below. We’re going to find some musos to quiz, so we need to know what to ask them.
To celebrate New Zealand Music Month Wellington City Libraries have invited musicians to give interactive QnA sessions at the Wellington Central Library.
Brad Dring of Rapture Ruckus 8th May @4.30pm
Lee Prebble of The Surgery and Age Pryor of the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra 26th May @ 4.30pm
Samuel Scott and Luke Buda of The Phoenix Foundation 28th May @ 4.30pm
No bookings required at these FREE sessions.
Keep checking back here for more info about NZ Music Month.