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Derek Lind and Guy Wishart with Glenn Ross Campbell

Derek Lind and Guy Wishart with Glenn Ross Campbell

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  • Sat 11 Jun ’16, 7:00pm – 9:30pm


The Grainstore Gallery, 9 Harbour St, Oamaru


All Ages


Guy Wishart

Derek Lind - (www.dereklind.com)
Derek Lind has been writing songs and performing for audiences for a long time. He has written and recorded seven albums including his latest released, Solo in 2015. Derek has twice won prestigious NZ Music Awards and has been a nominee for an APRA Silver Scroll. “One of the most consistently literate yet most affecting lyricists, Lind owes much to the school of Texas storytellers but also brings his own astute local observations. There’s humanity and compassion in these songs which are often deeply personal but embrace universal truths” - Graham Reid, NZ Herald.

Guy Wishart - (www.guywishart.com)
Guy Wishart has written and recorded 5 self titled albums as well as being in the Selon Recliner band, who have produced 2 albums. He has won the APRA Silver Scroll and NZ Most Promising Male Vocalist. His latest album, West by North, has received positive reviews with Graham Reid saying “Wishart and his band have crafted an extraordinary album of emotional depths which are rarely explored with such consistency in this country,” “As crafted as Neil Finn, as deep as Townes Van Zandt and at home in the company of Guy Clark, John Prine or James McMurtry, these songs pull you in.”

Glenn Ross Campbell has played slide guitar or pedal steel on both singers albums. Described as "Jeff Beck & Jimmy Page rolled into one" by Rolling Stone reviewer David Fricke, Glenn has a musical history dating to the 1960’s. He is most noted for being lead guitarist of cult band, The Misunderstood, a psychedelic rock band that originated in Riverside, California.

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