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St Germain With Trinityroots In Wgtn

St Germain In The Wellington Town Hall - With Support From Trinityroots


Bonjour mes amies...

TrinityRoots playing with St Germain - The Tourist Tour
Venue: Wellington Town Hall Date: Tuesday 23rd January, 2001 Time: 8pm

Promising to be one of those unmissable events - an evening with that certain "je ne sais quoi"... French producer St Germain is awaited by an enthusiastic Wellington audience eager to devour his delectable live line-up and sublimely jazz tinged dance vibes. Touring on the success of his latest release "The Tourist", TrinityRoots is humbled by the opportunity to play support to one of the most respected artists from the year 2000.

Organic, roots conscious and with their sublimely forged self-titled debut EP under their belt, TrinityRoots is dedicated in their deliverance of soul-driven and passionate live performance. With Warren Maxwell fronting as vox/guitarist, Rio Hemopo on vox/bass, Darren Mathiassen on drums and Riki Gooch on vox/turntables/sampler, let yourself be captivated by a night of "joie de vivre", entwining the finest in French and Aotearoa groove-oriented pleasures.

Trinity Roots - debut EP available in all the good record stores and Little Things, Little Things remix (by DJ Mu), Nothing to be Loved & Better Man

View Sense & Cents and Walls live on Wellington Town Hall, 22/09/00's the little things that really matter...

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