Mountain Scene - 23/06/2016)
Devine Performance Steals the show
(Southland Times - 09/03/2011)
Queenstown band The Station Agents are the talk of the south after turning heads with their blistering opening set for aging international rockers Creedence Clearwater Revisited and Dr Hook on Saturday.
Long-standing Invercargill musician and music writer Chris Chilton yesterday said his experience watching the band at the Gibbston Valley Station, among a crowd of 15,000, showed they were ready for bigger things.
"They more than held their own, considering the average age of the audience was probably 50 and theirs is probably 17," he said...
Molly Devine entertains the crowd at the Gibbston Wine and Food Festival at the Queenstown Gardens
(Lakes Weekly Bulletin - 17/03/2014)
REVIEW- TALLY HO! DUNEDIN SOUND SONGS AND SINGERS
(Otago Daily Times - 02/03/2015)
In most songs, the lyrics poetically mine human foibles which are wonderful material for emotionally charged performances. Molly Devine gave a strongly expansive exploration of Carter and Jefferies’Randolph’s Going Home. Metitilani Alo’s sweet voice perfectly matched Leese’s mellow range in Downes’ beautiful Dirge. Lani’s solo performance of Saunders’ Outer Space was compelling.
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