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Grant Haua

Saturday, January 28, 2023 @ 9:00 pm

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Residing in Tauranga New Zealand, Grant Haua picked up the guitar at age 13, and in his own words, “I am still learning that guitar today”. Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist on 7 studio albums Grant’s latest album AWA Blues was a top 25 Album of the year in Rolling Stone Magazine France in 2021. ‘This is the Place’ track on the album debuted at No.1 on New Zealand’s iTunes Blues charts.

Grant is no stranger to WA, touring annually in the West between 2015 and 2019 with New Zealand’s most infuential duo; ‘Swamp Thing” including mesmerising performances at Nannup and Bridgetown Music Festivals. Following his own path and love of Soul/Blues songwriting and performing, Grant departed Swamp Thing in 2019 pursuing his own solo career. Europe has embraced Grant Haua’s unique sound with his powerful vocals and blistering fingers on the guitar, leading onto the signing by French label, Dixie Frog records followed by a tour through Europe in 2022. Grant’s highlight of the Europe tour; performing a full set on iconic German Music TV Show Rockpalast.

This ‘Salt of the Earth’ humble guy leaves nothing behind on stage after every performance. Grant Haua delivers diversity in Soul and Blues/Rock like no other, from acoustic ballads to riff grinding foot stomping make ya heels burn music. If you only do one live music gig per year, this is the one for you not to miss!

    Details

    Date:
    Saturday, January 28, 2023
    Time:
    9:00 pm
    Cost:
    Free Entry
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    Venue

    Settlers Tavern
    114 Bussell Hwy
    Margaret River,WA6285Australia
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    Phone
    (08) 9757 2398
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    We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land we are on, the Wadandi People, and their elders, past, present and emerging. We are committed to honouring the First Nations People’s unique cultural and spiritual relationship with the land and waters, and their rich contribution to the community and our society.