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Julie Lamb Band has the pleasure of entertaining you at the Southern Cross - We'll be showcasing songs from the charting album "When We Hang Out" AND rewarding you all with a few well chosen covers! (Not too many - lets keep it just right, said Lamb - Okay said Cross)
ALBUM LAUNCH: WHEN WE HANG OUT "A bit pleased" she said, in an understated kiwi kind of way. "So we'd like to share 11 newly recorded songs in a neatly packaged manner, at a slightly less neatly packaged event, at a family friendly time and place." Here we go! Come and hang out with us! (see what I did there?) This is a free event - but we'll be shaking some tins at you for Breast Cancer Network NZ. 10% of album sales will also be going to that organisation. A preview of selected songs is currently available at http://www.theaudience.co.nz/p/bCl/ (Chuck us a vote while you're there?) and also on Rockers Dive Radio.
Here it is! The album that's been 3 years in the making! Combining the time honoured Wellington virtues of Dub and long burn Rock - Clockwork present their debut album, "The Bomb". For three years, the band Clockwork (Which includes founding members of the Led Zeppelin tribute band, Whole lotta led NZ) have forged and tended a body of work that extolls the "greater than the sum of its parts" analogy, music that bridles the power and speaks from the heart. Now a selection of that body has made it to mastering. That is, it is now to share! Come and celebrate this release with us! Delivered to you in the best possible way using the awesome sound and lighting of the James Cabaret, with support from the "70's vibed indie art rock band": The Julie Lamb Band: An 11 piece band with the energy of a 747 taking off... but more finesse.
Extravaganza No. 5 for Breast Cancer Network NZ! This year we're going all out again, with an acoustic afternoon of 4 great acts. Dinner break comes with Ever After, the Movie. And then the night goes all Rock Revelation with another 4 Great acts! I look forward to this gig every year - and this year we are hosted at the James Cabaret - A great space for this great cause. See how many Greats I got in there? 3pm Kim and Stu; (Kim Bonnington and Stewart Pedley) 3.40 Raven Mavens; (Cindy Muggeridge and Marian Price-Carter) 4.20 10dd; 5pm Maika Movie: 6pm Ever After 8pm The Gentlemen Callers; 9pm Julie Lamb Band; 10pm Underwire; 11pm Monroe Here's why we do this. (That would be the imperial we) I miss you mama every day, I wake in the morning and think of you. I see you smile in your own quiet way and I reach for your dear face. I think of you mama all the time. I know it’s a life for living but like fine wine it was better with you in it. So I support the cause you chose to show that I too want to fight the reason you left and maybe, just maybe, even tomorrow, there'll be one less person in the world bereft cancer I know! I know! it’s a word not a sentence, but I miss you mama every day and so while we fought that word with every breath, it feels like a paragraph even a novel of loss to me. JL2010
Sounds Like: Fleetwood Mac, Grace Slick, Elkie Brooks, Renee Geyer, Beth Hart
Julie Lamb (and The Julie Lamb Band)
From: Wellington, New Zealand
Genre: 70's vibed indie art rock: Earworm melodies over ornate arrangements.
Rock, Art Rock, Blues, Jazz, Prog Metal, Folk Rock
Members: Andrew Richardson, Drums; Callum Hazlitt-Black, Bass; Dave Hadley, Guitar; Damian Forlong, Tr...See Full Bio
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“Third time in and it’s a charm. Fresh from debuting her way into the NZ Top 40 at number 10, there’s always one thing you can count on when it comes to Julie Lamb – expect the unexpected. Lamb’s eclectic taste in music and short attention span pushes her to experiment with different genres and vocal boundaries, so it helps to have an arsenal of masterful musicians to write with. From the edgy crooning sass of Drive Me to the a capella stylings of the title track and the hip-swaying rhythm of Inhaling, the standout song for me is I’m Telling You No with its driving groove, lamentable melodies and emotionally strung vocals. While sometimes the backing vocals sound a little too front and centre, each song hands you over to the next in a way that flows and the overall mix feels both organic and modern underneath the ’70s vibed umbrella. This album shows how much Julie and the team have grown over the years and is recommended for lovers of understated but attitude-laden classic ”
Ask Julie Lamb anything...
Q: Hi Julie, I heard you have a music video coming out - where will I be able to get it? (Love your music!)
A: Thanks Don, for asking. The video is due for release on Sunday 28th July. It will be available on my youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/julielambmusci (yep with that misspelling!) and on Vimeo. It's free for streaming, and I'll send you a copy home with Ms Sarah!
Asked by Don Burnham. Answered on Mon Jul 22 2013All Questions