Moone wows hometown fans
Te Puke songstress Moone released her debut single at the iconic Litt Park Theatre on Friday, September 28 to a full house.
Jack Kearney opened the night with a mixture of covers and originals using guitar and looper pedals.
Many close supporters travelled from as far afield as Auckland and Wellington to see and hear Moone’s big debut. And she blew us all away. Moone’s songwriting has been bolstered by Phill Reha’s potent arrangements and licks. Subtle but solid, his guitar sits just under her voice and only rises for sonic effect when it has to.
Pounding at the back on drums is Silas Tawhara, just doing everything right and Josh Reha lays the bass vibe perfectly.
The concert was the debut release of the single (drunken little bitch), a song fittingly about friendship and good times.
Along with the single release digitally on iTunes, Spotify and Google Play, Moone also released the video of the song on Facebook and Youtube.
Moone isn’t new to the music scene, and it shows. She has got her style and sass all sorted and knows exactly where she’s taking this, and my pick is she’ll get there.
You may as well get in on it now ’cause you’re going to later.
Besides a good band, good support and good singing, the killer ingredient here is good songs. Really, really, really good songs.
Moone has arrived. The single and video are great and I can’t wait for the album.
■ Find Moone or download at www.moonemusic.com
Moone isn’t new to the music scene, and it shows. She has got her style and sass all sorted and knows exactly where she’s taking this . . .
Moone played to a full house in Te Puke last month.