June/July 2015

Hi Folks

We hope everyone is making it through the cold winter months as best as they can. It has been colder than usual here in the winterless north but nothing compared to what our friends in the deep south have been experiencing. We are thinking of you and hope you are all keeping safe and warm. Summer is not far away.

On the 4th of July we were back at the Kamo Club to entertain. We always enjoy this venue and everyone has a great time. We are looking forward to a number of the members joining us next year on Norfolk Island. That’s if the bloody Aussie haven’t taken it over by then. We also had a very good turnout for our gig at the Whangarei RSA on the 31st. It was awesome to see some of our Norfolk Island tour group from this year supporting us and enjoying the atmosphere.

dargaville-2015-concertDuring June we have been organising our Dargaville Concert which will be held on Saturday the 12th of September from 1:30pm – 4pm in the Town Hall, Hokianga Rd. It has been a couple of years since we performed in Dargaville with “ The Mountain Mist Band” and we are really looking forward to being back. Tickets are available from Foster’s Home Decorating, Victoria St, Dargaville. The cost is $20-00 Adults 15years and under free. We would like to thank Ken and his team for their support and if you are in the shop take a look at some of the great stuff they have for sale.

We have also been confirmed to perform at the Barham Stampede again in February 2016 and also Toulybuc in March 2016. We are looking forward to being back in Barham and catching up with all our friends and to appearing for the first time in Toolybuc.

Our Exclusive and Personalised 2016 Norfolk Island Country Music Tour package is out now and we are taking bookings. This will be another fantastic week on a beautiful pacific island, so don’t miss out, contact us or download the package from our web page. As mentioned this is a tour with a difference so come and join us for a week of music, magic and mayhem. We would love to see you there.

That’s about all for now. Take care and remember to keep it real country.

Best wishes

Annette and Kim