Events

EVERY SUNDAY
from 4-6PM.

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No tickets needed. Admission is FREE!

Hosted at the Whistling Sisters Brewery & Fermentery, on the corner of corner of Ghuznee & Taranaki St. 

Our exciting line-up features soulful Wellington musicians, who each have their own style and taste and all exude strength and extraordinary talent. We're proud to welcome them to the family!  

 

Sunday 10th February

RACHEL FRASER

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Rachel Fraser presents Marlowe as a three piece featuring talented Wellington musicians George Young-Rutherford and Jacgui Nyman.

The trio combine influences to create a stripped back blend of beat makers hip hop, Funk, folk and soul.

 

Sunday 17th February

VANESSA STACEY

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Catch Los Helios original line ups of Soul/jazz/RanB monsters Johnny Lawrence on Upright Bass, Aston Sellars all over Guitar and Vanessa Stacey warming you up on the mic this Sunday as they reunite to take Whistling Sisters.

Sunday 24th February

JUSTINE HAMILL

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Justine Hamill performs with her husband Shane known as the duo The Hamills. Justine & Shane provide a velvety backdrop of acoustic covers with a twist.  With over 20 years of experience in various NZ bands including having opened for Sting at The Mission Estate,  this dynamic duo combine in quality musicianship and smooth, connected vocals.

 

Sunday 03rd March

STEPHANIE PARIS

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Stephanie Paris is an accomplished and versatile singer who has been working in professional jazz, pop, rock and soul bands for over 15 years.  Due to her great vocals and warm stage presence, she is a sought after singer having worked with well known NZ musicians Hollie Smith, Trinity Roots and The Pink Floyd Experience.  She has performed at festivals and theatres around NZ and overseas.

Stephanie is also a member of the Royal NZ Air Force Band and is often deployed at functions as part of the dance band rapid response team.  Her unique voice, which covers all genres, is not to be missed!  Accompanying her this week is Tyson Smith on guitar and Alistair Isdale on bass.