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'The Hill is Alive' release gig this Thursday

'The Hill is Alive' release gig this Thursday 18th September at the Kings Arms.

...with The Pencils, Gasoline Cowboy, Pine, Fang and Salon Kingsadore.

The bands run in the above order with The Pencils kicking off shortly after 8pm and the whole shebang wrapping up at around 11.30pm. Each band plays for 30 minutes.

The other release gigs are the Dux in Christchurch on Friday October the 10th and Arc Cafe in Dunedin on Saturday 11th. Both these gigs are with Pine and Fang. There is gonna be one in Wellington but the date is TBC.

Get the CD on the door and get in to the gig for free.

Hope to see you there. Arch Hill

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