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Damien Binder - Upcoming Gigs


Damien Binder - Upcoming Gigs

Friday 16th January, Auckland Zoo with Dave Dobbyn. 5.30pm
Part of the Auckland Zoo's summer concert series, with proceeds going towards a new Wildlife Health & Research Centre.
Tickets from the Zoo, Motions Road, Western Springs. $13 Adults, $10 students, Children 4+ $7.
http://www.aucklandzoo.co.nz/events/index.php#music

Sunday 18th January, Kings Arms with Mark Seymour. 8.00pm
Former Hunters & Collectors singer and former Second Child singer doing solo acoustic shows. Both artists' previous bands played together in the mid-90's. NB: This is Mark’s only New Zealand performance!
Tickets on sale now from Ticketek, Real Groovy and the venue. $25.00
http://www.markseymour.com.au/

LIVE AT HELEN'S
10.05am Friday 16th January
The latest instalment of this popular series begins on Monday 12th January. Recorded at National Radio's Helen Young Studios, it features new and interesting takes on artist material. The new series features SJD (Monday), The Brunettes (Tuesday), Rick Bryant (Wednesday) & Bic Runga (Thursday) Damien Binder (Friday).
http://www.radionz.co.nz

NEW VIDEOS NOW ON WEBSITE
Two new videos are now available on Damien’s website.

“Point & Shoot” - the latest music video for the second single off his critically acclaimed album, once again directed by Jonathan King.

“Til Now” as performed by Heather Mansfield (The Brunettes), SJD and a 40-piece choir at the 2003 Silver Scroll Awards. A rare treat as these reknowned rendition performances at the Silver Scrolls are normally only seen by invited guests on the night.


http://www.damienbinder.com


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