It’s going to be this easy – smiling, laughing, opening the mouth and singing.
This Saturday night, the 28th of April 2012 from 7.30pm-9.30pm Tauranga’s Matua is going to pump up the volume.
Lawnsong is about getting those of you who may have sung in your school choir in order to ‘meet chicks’, or starred in the school musical to…’meet chicks, and wear makeup and go to the cast after party’, AND/OR those of you who love to sing but you believe you’re ‘not a singer’ or that you ‘can’t sing’… to bring a mate and MAKE SOME NOISE.
Without sounding like I’m caving in to kiwis conservative tendency, the one that seems to mean we stereotypically ‘consume’ in order to be able to talk to someone we fancy, I’m offering shots (or rescue remedy) at the gate.
If you’re someone that needs to know all the details before you commit, keep reading, for those of you who like a bit of surprise skip to the next paragraph:
The idea is a group of us, hopefully of the female and male variety, will fill our Levers Rd lounge round 7.30pm. BYO beer/wine and I’ll have some hot drinks here. There’s a 7.45pm kick off – I’m happy if someone wants to do a haka. We’ll probably start straight in with singing something from the 80s. We’ll be singing as a choir, as in 3 or 4 different parts (if this doesn’t mean much to you, hakuna matata). Everyone will be singing with other people NB: there will be no solos. When I write choir I mean multiple parts but I don’t mean uptight and getting everything right. We’ll then segue into gospel I reckon. And finish with something exotic.
Saturday 28 April 2012
Levers Rd, Matua, Tauranga, New Zealand
Ph: 021 662 852
Koha (if you can or want)
BYO Beer/Wine (if you can or want)
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send further details e.g. complete address.
Make some noise.