Miss Peach and The Travellin’ Bones are a Dark Folk/Country band from the foothills of the Ranges.
Consisting of Jodie Peach on Vocals and Guitars, Sarah Radford on Double Bass, And Rich Manic on Drums.
They recently had their photo shoot at Oratia Folk Museum. Jodie Peach, being a local, had come across this stunning location for the shoot with Sammy K Milne.
She instantly knew that this was the perfect place to have the photoshoot for the bands up and coming album.
They are also thinking about using The Oratia Folk Museum for their Music Video later in the year.
“ The Museum is so rich in history! And beautifully kept by the passionate owners. We were so incredibly lucky with the weather and season. It was POURING with rain all morning while we were getting hair and make up finished by the talented Natasha Rasmussen, BUT, the sun cleared and we had sun pouring through the windows when Sammy started shooting. It was such a cold winters morning, made for some stunning photos!”
Miss Peach and The Travellin’ Bones are looking forward to the up coming gigs:
This Saturday at Mangawhai Tavern with The Xfactor Stars,
The Thirsty dog 4th Sept and 3rd Oct, and
Whau Festival in Oct 17th.
Find them on Face Book
A seductive and Melancholy voice, Lyrics that conjure up distant and dusky landscapes – Matt Smith, AAA Records.
Oratia Folk Museum is restored and curated by locals David and Barbara Harre. The museum opens on the 2nd Sunday of every month between 10am and 1pm. It can also be opened by arrangement at other times. Details Here