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Introducing Arch Hill

The INTRODUCING ARCH HILL RECORDINGS cd is out this Thursday the 6th of September, featuring PINE, FANG, LANKY, THE BRUNETTES, PLASTICENE, BEN & GRETA, DAVE MULCAHY and DIRT

To celebrate its release there are the following shows....

This week....
NAPIER - FRI 7TH SEPT AT O'FLAHERTYS with PLASTICENE and FANG

WELLINGTON - SAT THE 8TH OF SEPT at BODEGA with PINE, FANG, PLASTICENE, TRILBY CROWTHER

Next week....
HAMILTON - FRI 14TH SEPT at WARD LANE with FANG, PINE, and PLASTICENE

AUCKLAND - SAT 15TH SEPT at KINGS ARMS with FANG, PINE, THE BRUNETTES and PLASTICENE

As part of a one off special deal, if you buy INTRODUCING ARCH HILL at the special price of $15 then you get into the show for free....


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