Our Soundz band still go­ing strong

South Waikato News - - NEWS - By CAITLIN WAL­LACE

Old- timer band Our Soundz continues to share its mu­sic and is ea­ger to boost the aware­ness of the district’s mu­si­cal tal­ents.

Mu­si­cians of the South Waikato are some of the best, ac­cord­ing to Our Soundz drum­mer Rob­bie Web­ber.

The 65-year-old helped start the Toko­roa band more than three years ago and said there is a strong mu­si­cal com­mu­nity in the South Waikato.

‘‘There’s just such an awe­some va­ri­ety of mu­si­cians,’’ he said.

The three-piece band is made up of Rob­bie Web­ber, Sam Layne and Rachel Camp­bell.

And as reg­u­lar per­form­ers, he hopes to in­spire those who are also in their ‘‘twi­light years’’ to have a go.

7pm, Ad­mis­sion $3. Ring Lor­raine Gyde 883 8577.

In­spir­ing sounds: Rob­bie Web­ber, left, Rachel Camp­bell and Sam Layne hope to show the com­mu­nity if they can per­form, any­one can. 2:Rangiura fash­ion pa­rade, 7pm11pm, Pu­taruru Plaza. Gold tick­ets $35, Sil­ver $25. Call San­dra Wal­lace 021 510 409. 6: South Waikato Mo­tocross Club round 2 win­ter se­ries, sign ons 7:30am, rac­ing starts 9am. Mini, ju­nior and se­nior classes. For more in­for­ma­tion ring Ed­wina on 027 372 9129 or visit www.su­perx.co.nz. 12: Soul Food, an evening with Kelvin Cruick­shank. South Waikato Sports and Events Cen­tre, 7-9.30pm. Tick­ets from the venue.

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