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Used Notes, Mollys Remedies

Used Notes, Mollys Remedies

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When:

  • Sun 22 Sep ’13, 7:30pm

Where:

Irish Society Hall, 29 Domain Terrace, Spreydon, Christchurch Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • members: $7.00
  • non-members: $12.00

Used Notes:
Christchurch-born singer Martin Walsh, with a love of Celtic music reflecting his Irish descent, has performed locally for years in a church choir, singing solo unaccompanied at local productions, Irish dancing school fundraisers and open mic venues.

Edinburgh-born guitarist and singer Ken Hunter grew up, lived and worked in London, influenced by the storytelling folk music of his student days when he was self-taught guitar "by ear and feel, straight from the heart".

After a 23-year break from playing, Ken resumed his guitar "noodling" upon early retirement and migration to Christchurch in 2005. Used Notes debuted in April 2013, performing at open mic venues each week since with an eclectic mix of folk ballads and songs from the late 60's/70's onwards.

Molly's Remedy

Helen Fahy is a native of Galway and moved to Christchurch last September. She began playing and performing violin from the age of four and immediately felt at home on the stage. She has a joint degree in Music and Drama from Universities Cork and London, and is also a Speech Level Singing teacher. Helen recently popped back home for a reunion concert with her former band, Galway-based "The Gold Diggers".

Moni O'Hagan-Millar sang professionally ,since she was 18, in the NZ pub circles. Her solo Gospel album, "His Love", arranged and co-produced by Kit Gernon and Neville Copland was nominated for a NZ Music Award in 1992. Moni said goodbye to music for a while and concentrated on her other love, her family. Now that she's back again, there's no stopping her.

Singer-songwriter Mary Dunne hails from Donegal and sang in number of rock bands before venturing to London to sing the blues. Tokyo saw the formation of her highly popular band "Paddy's Cure",while still pursuing solo projects including appearances before Japan's Royal family, arranging the score for a major studio movie and guesting on a soap opera. Mary has two solo albums - "Coolatee", recorded in Japan and produced by the late great Casey Rankin, and "Over the Water", produced by Davy Stuart.

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