Lewis Eady Music School tutors, Grace Kelly, Kane Chong, CampbellMack, and Adam Thorndyke, join forces to present a dynamic evening of original and familiar tunes. This event is part of the Lewis Eady 140th Anniversary Concert Series.
Doors open from 7pm.
Book online at Eventbrite or door sales on the day.
Grace Kelly is a 17-year-old singer/songwriter, taking listeners on a journey through country music. Grace's latest EP, 'before.' was recorded in Nashville and had some of country music's finest musicians working on the songs. Grace opened for Blake Shelton in September 2019 in San Jose, performing the song that the namesake city used for its tourism campaign. She has continued to work on more local gigs with the COVID-19 restrictions easing and continues to write more to work on an album for release in the near future.
Kane Chong is a singer-songwriter and producer based in Auckland. Taking inspiration from Ed Sheeran, The Script and Foo Fighters among a few, Kane plays a pop-rock sound that captures the ups and downs of what it means to live life. Kane has worked with Jordan Luck on the charity song, 'We Are One' for autism awareness, which was featured on the Play It Strange Lion Foundation Songwriting Album and reached #1 on the New Zealand iTunes singles chart. Kane also produced 'They Are Us - Anthem for Christchurch' in 2019, which reached #4 on the chart.
CampbellMack is the alias of Campbell MacKenzie, a vibrant and dynamic singer-songwriter from Auckland. With a theatrical blend of acoustic pop/rock and retro synths, Campbell takes inspiration from the likes of Crowded House, Coldplay and Ben Rector. In 2018, Kane released four singles – with his most popular song, upbeat acoustic jam 'In Control', passing 1,000 streams on Spotify. To date, Campbell has released a total of six singles on Spotify and Apple Music, with his most recent song, 'Second Self', now streaming.
Adam Thorndyke writes, produces mix and masters his music under the name, CHALKY, and have just released a new two-song EP called 'Maad House Vol 1', which premiered on George FM. Joining Adam at this concert will be 17-year-old student, writer and singer, Audrey Apollo. Born in Kenya and moving to New Zealand at an early age, Audrey uses music and poetry to express the tribulations of her teenage years.
Lewis Eady | Creating Musical Experiences Since 1880
The iconic music business, Lewis Eady is celebrating its 140th anniversary in 2020. From July until November, Lewis Eady will host an array of events in celebration of this milestone. Find out more at www.lewiseady.co.nz/140th-anniversary-events. Lewis Eady is part of Chiron Group New Zealand, a private music education business dedicated to fostering a lifelong love of music.