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Turkey The Bird - Album Release

Turkey The Bird - Album Release

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When:

  • Sun 29 May, 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Where:

Ohawe Hall, Ohawe Terrace, Hawera

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $25.00

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Turkey The Bird

The New Zealand folk trio “Turkey The Bird” are on a nationwide album release tour, celebrating the release of their sophomore album “When Turkeys Fly”.

After a very successful, chart-topping debut album release tour in 2021, they are back with an array of new quirky songs packed into an energetic, lively and humorous live show - and are playing in a town near you! On their nationwide release tour, “Turkey The Bird” will be covering both the North and the South Island throughout May, April and June 2022.

"Turkey The Bird" will remind you of the famous Margarita cocktail infused with a hint of "Simon & Garfunkel", 2 ounces of "Mumford and Sons", a splash of banjo and served on ice on a sunny day.
Catchy folk songs with stunning rich melodies and effortless smooth lyrics. Songs that tell uplifting stories about love and life.

Hailing from New Zealand left coast town New Plymouth, this uplifting band will hit you with beautiful three-part harmonies and toe-tapping rhythms.

The bearded trio features Andre Manella from Switzerland on guitar, bass and percussion, Adrian Whelan from Ireland on guitar, mandolin, bass and spoons, and Sol Bear Coulton, the token kiwi, on Banjo and slide guitar.

"injects hoedown-showdown fun, fun, fun and the harmonies shine like diamonds." - Paul Cook, Joyzine UK

“cruise along and let the harmonies wash over you like the warm waves of the Bahamas” - Paul Cook, Joyzine UK

“I am not going to lie, this is my new favourite band of 2021. - Chris Chick, Muzic.net.nz

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