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Eyreton Hall

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Andrew Keegan and Toni Randle are the art folk duo, Eyreton Hall.

From different parts of the antipodes, Toni was born in Christchurch and Andy in Sydney. Toni had a misspent youth filled with dancing, singing and piano lessons. Andy played big band drums and busked every weekend. It was only natural that the world of folk would start to call to them.

Their worlds collided at the Sydney Conservatorium where both were studying that lesser-known folk sub genre – jazz. At 19 (Andy) and 21 (Toni) a musical partnership was formed.

A move to Melbourne followed where they formed The Portraits. But just as they began getting some notice – Toni threw off her shoes and got pregnant with their first babe. Life and music: Stopped.

They then moved to Christchurch, alighting on Kiwi soil just in time for the earthquakes. Pregnant with #2, surrounded by natural beauty and the aftermath of horrific events, the music began again.

The time had come to document their musings, so they recorded at Eyreton Hall - a little former school down the road.

Finding no room at the inn, this nomadic troupe made the move to Auckland. And so, Eyreton Hall was born.

Band Members:
Toni Randle
Andy Keegan
Sam Taylor
Tim Randle
Mark Hughes

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