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David Kilgour and The H8's with Bunnies!

David Kilgour and The H8's with Bunnies!

David Kilgour and The Heavy Eights are blessing our fare city with their first Wellington gig since they played with Lambchop last year (I think that was the last time they played here...bloody good gig anyway).

Mr Kilgour and co will be playing at Bar Bodega this Saturday night (the 27th of March) with support from Bunnies Eat Ponies (a side project of the prematurely acclaimed Bunnies On Ponies).

Bunnies Eat Ponies will be made up of members of The Phoenix Foundation, The Flower Orphans, Dead End Beat this is Welly the list could go on forever.....anyways they will playing my depressing brand of folk music....

mmmmmmm...see ya their

oh and mayby the 8s will play some of their new album on the way blahblahblah check for all the goss on that


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