uPflash: The Lady Killers rocking tomorrow night – from a whisper to a scream!


Those fabulous singers The Lady Killers are rocking Holy Trinity, Tauranga tomorrow night.

Tina Cross, Suzanne Lynch and Jackie Clarke are singing their souls and strutting their stuff to support Waipuna Hospice.   Individually great vocalists and entertainers these three pack a powerful musical punch when they combine as The Lady Killers.   
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Okay it’s cold (not really) okay it’s Friday night and you’re tired (not that much)….start the weekend with a WOW. This event is supported by Carrus Properties and the Legacy Trust..  Is ARTbop’s uPflash unashamedly “promotional” ? – you bet!   And was ARTbop requested to promote this event? – you bet!  By one of the Waipuna Hospice’s Funding and Events Team we have known for a while since venturing into the Bay of Plenty! 

Go on, get out, get on down to Holy Trinity and ENJOY and – pay it forward! 

Tomorrow 18:30Holy Trinity Tauranga Church · Tauranga,

Here’s what the trio’s website says:-

“The Lady Killers is a dream team of some of New Zealand’s favourite female vocalists. From a whisper to a scream and everything in between, Tina Cross, Suzanne Lynch and Jackie Clarke make beautiful music bursting with harmony and power. 

The Lady Killers’ approach is simple; take great songs and lovingly accessorise them with harmony.

The Lady Killers sound defies pigeonholing, wilfully crossing genres from pop, R&B, jazz, gospel, country to a whole lotta rock and gleefully name-checking iconic artists such as Queen, The Beatles, Neil Young, Neil Finn and Dolly Parton. These gals sing anything that takes their fancy! 

A Lady Killers performance is a dazzling vocal tour de force full of wonderful pin-drop moments, warmly presented by three women who know how to entertain and have a good laugh too”  

Here’s  a “live” YouTube clip of The Lady Killers in country mode on RNZ

And here’s a  2019 YouTube clip of “the girls” with the Auckland Symphony Orchestra…

We’ll do COMING UP (for the weekend) tomorrow but this is SPECIAL!





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