Cool Banana & Mutton Bird To Play Together

July 25, 2013
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Dave Dobbyn & Don McGlashan_134_©2013 Steve Dykes-Edit-EditTWO ICONS OF New Zealand singing and songwriting, Dave Dobbyn and Don McGlashan, are to strut their stuff in temples of the Lord across the country this September.
Our readers will scarcely need reminding of the legendary status of these two troubadours. As members of The Mutton Birds, Th’Dudes, Blam Blam Blam and as solo acts they’re authors of scores of Kiwi hits, including ‘Anchor Me’, ‘Dominion Rd’, ‘Loyal’, ‘Slice Of Heaven’ and ‘Welcome Home.’ Not to mention ‘No Depression In New Zealand’ and ‘Bliss’.
They will perform classic tracks as well as a selection of new songs, all of which will be rearranged to suit the God-friendly acoustic environment.

Thursday 26 September, Hamilton Chapel of Christ The King
Friday 27 September, Tauranga Holy Trinity
Saturday 28 September, Auckland Holy Trinity Cathedral
Monday 30 September, Napier St John’s Cathedral
Tuesday 01 October, Wellington Old St Paul’s
Thursday 03 October, Christchurch Cardboard Cathedral
Saturday 05 October, Dunedin Knox Church

Tickets are on sale from Monday 5th August. Tickets for all shows available from the Acoustic Church Tour website and Ticketmaster (0800 111 999).

Steel has been penning his pungent prose for 40 years for publications too numerous to mention, most of them consigned to the annals of history. He is Witchdoctor's Editor-In-Chief/Music and Film Editor. He has strong opinions and remains unrepentant. Steel's full bio can be found here

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