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TrinityRoots Winter tour 2002

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Wednesday, August 14, 2002

TrinityRoots Winter tour 2002

TrinityRoots are pleased to finally announce their nation wide winter tour, kicking off in Auckland this weekend. After two sell out shows to their home crowd in Wellington last weekend the TrinityRoots boys are amped about getting round the country to perform for all their fans.

This is the first tour since TrinityRoots released their debut album True in May 2002 and they've been working hard on translating their intimate studio album into a live show - TrinityRoots style.

So on stage you'll see not only the Trinity (Ric, Rio and Warryn)but they will be joined by special guests from The Wellington jazz massive Jonathan Crayford on keyboard and Chris Occonor on drums… yes TrinityRoots have a double drum line-up for this tour adding yet more layers to the TR live sound…so we'll see you there, on the road and on the dancefloor.

TrinityRoots True album and The Little Things EP are on sale now at all good music outlets! Check out their website go to:

Sat 17-Aug Auckland Galatos
Thur 29-Aug Nelson with Master Pilot The Loft
Fri 30-Aug Barrytown Town Hall
Sat 31-Aug Christchurch with Dubwise Jet Set Lounge
Weds 4-Sep Methven Fusion
Thur 5-Sep Queenstown Surreal
Fri 6-Sep Wanaka Town Hall
Sat 7-Sep Dunedin ReFuel
Thur 12-Sep Palmerston North with Mu The Colosseum
Fri 13-Sep Wanganui with Mu Vega
Sat 14-Sep Rotorua with Mu Fuze City Bar
Thur 19-Sep Taumarunui Cossie Club
Fri 20-Sep Raglan with Cornerstone Roots Town Hall
Sat 21-Sep Paihia with Cornerstone Roots Twin Pines
Sun 22-Sep Leigh with Cornerstone Roots Sawmill Café (4.30pm)
For more info, interviews, photos or insider gossip call Lily at the soft sell on 021
48 28 18 or email

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