Our Soundz band still going strong
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.