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Fraser Ross & Hannah Everingham Friday 17th February 2023 – Vogelmorn Upstairs

Otautahi-based Fraser Ross is embarking on a 12-date tour of New Zealand along with Hannah Everingham.
The tour is in celebration of Fraser’s new single, ‘Janice, In the Diary,’ which will be released on January 27th through Home Alone Records.

It is the first single off his upcoming album, ‘Thunderhead,’ which is set for release mid-2023, and following solo tours with Jazmine Mary, and Amiria Grenell in 2021, it will be the first time he has performed with a band since releasing his last album, ‘Life is Magic, Where is my Rabbit?’ in 2018.

The single was recorded mostly live at the Massey School of Music, Wellington by Mike Gibson, with further tracking, and mixing at ‘The Surgery’ done by Dr. Lee Prebble.
‘Janice, In the Dairy’ is a groovy, atmospheric indie-rock exposition, of someone who leaves a relationship with somebody before they get too close, only to realise they already have feelings for them, and have just ruined a good thing.

Doors 7.30
Music 8pm

Vogelmorn welcomes Smoked & Pickled – LAUNCH EVENT – Saturday 18th Feb from 4pm – Vogelmorn Bowling Club

New year, new beginnings!
Smoked & Pickled is taking over Vogelmorn kitchen and we thought it would be good to throw a welcome party for you to get to know them.

It will be an evening of great food and drinks along with some music to entertain everyone. So come meet us from 4pm on the 18th of February.

Smoked & Pickled cannot wait to be the new food offer in the beautiful Vogelmorn and become a part of Brooklyn (and Wellington) community.

You will find us there every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from the 16th of February.

More info coming soon…

Mondays from 5pm-6pm | Vogelmorn Upstairs – BACK JANUARY 9TH | Free Event

Nāu mai, haere mai ki te rōpū waiata o VBC!
Join us every Rāhina for our weekly waiata.

Held in the cosy Upstairs at VBC, we’ll come together to learn waiata old and new.

All are welcome to bring along an instrument, some kai, something to sip on, or just bring yourself.
All reo Māori and waiata abilities welcome. The atmosphere will be relaxed & the company friendly.