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Make music Thrive in Taranaki

Make music Thrive in Taranaki

Since recording his first album in 2012 artist Andre Manella, or Sonic Delusion as he is know to his global fan base,  has witnessed many changes take place with in the music industry. The convenience of streaming platforms like Apple Music and Spotify, Youtube and social media  have undoubtably made music more accessible to fans, and given artists a much larger radius to promote their music and talent. 

MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING SEMINARS

MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING SEMINARS

MusicHelps and the New Zealand Music Managers Forum present  MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING SEMINARS in Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin. Health and wellbeing are fundamental to music-making at all levels, but also across all areas of the industry – management, production, crew.  And many in the music industry in New Zealand do not feel equipped or trained when it comes to wellbeing issues.

KAYLEE BELL SHARES TRIBUTE TO COUNTRY MUSIC SUPERSTAR, ‘KEITH’

KAYLEE BELL SHARES TRIBUTE TO COUNTRY MUSIC SUPERSTAR, ‘KEITH’

It’s no secret that Kaylee Bell is a huge fan of Keith Urban, who’s stage she shared on his 2014Light The Fuse and 2016 ripCORD World Tours. Kaylee now issues the ultimate tribute with her new single Keith, which releases today, along with the accompanying live-performance video taken from her new year's Top Paddock festival set.

STRETCH 'CHASING SUMMER' TOUR

STRETCH 'CHASING SUMMER' TOUR

Stretch has a passion in his performance that sets shows alight. From dark-hearted ballads to roof-raising choruses, his songs are a bittersweet blend of folk, soul, country and rock’n’roll.  Having sold out concerts at Church Road Winery and Hawke's Bay Arts Festival, performed stunning sets at The Powerstation and Tuning Fork, opened for the likes of Damien Rice and Jeff Tweedy; Stretch can be counted as one of New Zealand's finest and most captivating musical talents.  

Girls Rock! Aotearoa is coming to Wellington!

Girls Rock! Aotearoa is coming to Wellington!

After the success of its second programme in Auckland this January, Girls Rock! Aotearoa is excited to announce the launch of Girls Rock! Pōneke in 2019. Girls Rock! is a week-long holiday programme where female, trans, and gender-non-conforming young people can build confidence and make great music. Girls Rock! Pōneke will take place  8-13 July 2019 at Massey University’s Wellington campus. Applications to participate in Girls Rock! Pōneke will open in March.