Western Leader : January 24th 2012
www.westernleader.co.nz 4 WESTERN LEADER, JANUARY 24, 2012 NEWS Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated and supporting the Community since 1971. www.madbutcher.co.nz Offers valid from Mon 23rd January - Sun 29th January. All Stores Open 7 Days Serving suggestion only $13 only .99 kilo Lamb Leg Roasts ( bone in ) Save $4kg off our everyday low price! Lamb Shoulder Chops The Mad Butcher's Fresh New Zealand Lamb Sale! $10 only .99 kilo ( plain, marinated, crumbed ) $16 only .99 kilo Lamb Loin Chops Save $5.50kg off our everyday low price! Save $7kg off our everyday low price! Summer of music from garage to young guns By STEPHEN FORBES New sounds: Singer-songwriter Victoria Girling-Butcher has just released a new album and will be performing at the Titirangi Theatre on March 31 as part of this year's festival line-up. Rock'n'roll: Rock band Luger Boa is one of the acts which will be performing at the 2012 Titirangi Festival of Music which starts on March 28. The 2012 Titirangi Festival of Music looks set to feature a line-up of bands and artists from across the musical spec- trum. The annual event will kick off with the Young Guns con- cert at Henderson's Zeal Cafe on March 28 which will include young bands and songwriters from various west Auckland secondary schools. Festival director David Parker says the best per- formers will be chosen to per- form at other concerts during the festival including one at the Titirangi War Memorial Hall on March 30 with Luger Boa and Clap Clap Riot. We will choose a young west Auckland band from the Young Guns Concert to play as part of that line-up.'' Other interesting acts this year include self-described robot garage band The Trons. The Hamilton group is made up of junk and discar- ded electronics and is con- trolled by a 15-year-old com- puter salvaged from a vending machine. They will be performing at the Titirangi Theatre on April 1. The Nudge from Welling- ton will perform at the Titirangi RSA on March 29 while former Lucid 3 front- woman Victoria Girling- Butcher performs at the Titirangi Theatre on March 31.There'll be something for the whole family on April 1 with a family day out featuring everything from drumming and ukulele demonstrations to storyteller Tania Batt. Mr Parker's own group The Nukes will also take the stage in the West of the Bor- der concert with the Paul Symons Band at the Titirangi RSA on March 30. Go to www.titirangi festival.com or www.facebook. com/titirangifestival for more information on the upcoming dates and performers. Go to www.western leader.co.nz to see the video for Victoria Girling- Butcher's song The Taxidermist.
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