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David Shanhun/Simon Snaize with guests The Boston Duo

David Shanhun/Simon Snaize with guests The Boston Duo

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  • Mon 19 Mar ’12, 7:30pm – 10:00pm


The Cabana, 11 Shakespeare Rd, Napier


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00

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David Shanhun

David Shanhun is a young singer/songwriter from Auckland, making a name for himself in the New Zealand music scene. His unique combination of intricate guitar playing and vocal melodies will be a treat. David has been a finalist in the 2010 Singer Songwriter Syndicate’s Singer/Songwriter competition, sung on national television, performed with Grammy Award winning artist Bryan White, and was a finalist in the Horizon Award, at the 2011 National Country Music Awards.

David is currently working on writing and recording a new album, soon to be released. He was a special guest at the recent Katikati And Tauranga Acoustic Music Festival. www.davidshanhun.com

Appearing with David will be Simon Snaize, a UK songwriter/performer/producer who writes ingenious songs with melodies you can’t get out of your head. He has toured in the UK, the US and New Zealand, supporting artists such as Don McGlashan (The Muttonbirds), Glen Hansard (The Frames), Fish (Marillion) and Chris Helme (The Seahorses, The Yards).

As a producer, he has worked in the UK and US with many artists, including Sam Forrest (Nine Black Alps, Sorry Kisses), Heather Findlay (Mostly Autumn, Heather Findlay Band) and Rick Wakeman (Yes) and has garnered awards from the NMMA (New Mexico Music Awards) winning Best Musical Production World Beat Song in 2006 and Best Pop CD in 2008 with recording artist Kito Peters.

David and Naomi Boston are well known in the Hawkes Bay for their great guitar work! Looking forward to it!

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