Tok tenors de­light

South Waikato News - - BUSINESS HOTLINE - By CHAD GOESSI

After watch­ing the fan­tas­tic Aus­tralian Ten Tenors and the Ir­ish Tenors a germ of an idea be­gan to grow in Lyn Murphy’s brain. We can do that – our lo­cal men can sing just as well. And so be­gan a long plan­ning pe­riod un­til we came to the amaz­ing Tok Tenors and Friends open­ing this Satur­day at the Toko­roa Lit­tle The­atre.

Five lo­cal men show that great depth of tal­ent is avail­able in this town. Doug, Keith, Grant, Jayleb and Ste­vie have been honed to har- mo­nious per­fec­tion by our vo­cal god­dess – Lana Ahomiro. Add to this the amaz­ing light show pro­vided by our res­i­dent techno geek John ten Velde, and this is one fan­tas­tic show. And let us not for­get the friends, the gor­geous Mar­i­lyn Kingi or our very own tal­ented Sasha Te Whare.

The songs range from Queen, Ea­gles and Si­mon and Gar­funkel to Ra­dio­head and Mi­ley Cyrus.

The sea­son opens on Novem­ber 15 at 7.30pm and runs through to the fol­low­ing Satur­day, Novem­ber 22. There will also be a mati­nee on Sun­day, Novem­ber 16, at 2pm.

Fan­tas­tic show: Jayleb Dean, left, Keith Mal­let, Doug Eru­toe, Grant Hall and Ste­vie Noe are ready to wow au­di­ences with the Tok Tenors.

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