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Smooth Talk

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  • Sat 23 Jun ’12, 7:00pm – 11:00pm


Woolston Club, 43 Hargood Street, Woolston, Christchurch



Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Let us entertain you!

Popular Christchurch duo Smooth talk, have been performing all over Christchurch and the South Island for a long time.

Performing in pubs, clubs and at private functions (Weddings, Work do’s birthdays etc) means that Smooth Talk plays music from a wide variety of artists and musical styles. Weddings in particular demand versatility – in order to entertain guests with ages spanning five decades (or more). This is a challenge that Smooth Talk meets with ease. Playing sing-a-long classics to contemporary chart toppers – they offer music to suit almost everyone’s taste!

An important piece of advice from Darren and Alice - check out the duo or band you are planning to hire, live in performance. This gives you the best chance to decide if the act you are looking at will meet with your own, and just as importantly, your guests’ tastes. Grandma may not appreciate grunge rock all night long!

About Darren

Darren has been working in the music industry for over 20 years and brings a wealth of experience to the duo. During this time he has played in both bands and other duos. He is responsible for all things technical pertaining to the duo, including formatting the tracks that accompany the vocals and guitar. Darren uses multiple synthesizer modules for this purpose, which he feels produces a higher quality sound than mini disks and allows more versatility, giving more of a live sound.

Add to this the vocals and guitar and you get a rich sound which Darren has full control of. This means volumes can be set low- for intimate settings, and turned up when you are ready to party!

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