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Phoenix gigs...Yawn!


Phoenix gigs...Yawn!

So yeah, I have been sending out a lot of these Phoenix Foundation email thingies but ya know i just don't want anyone to miss out....LIVE IN THE NOW!

so ummm, errr Dappled Cities Fly, they are from Sydne, they rock, we are playing with them this Thursday with Jeremy Taylor at Indigo its a measly $10 and it starts earlyish.

Dappled Cities Fly have just released Wimbo Park (EP) on Arch Hill....

We will also be playing some Aussie dates with them come June...so lets show the Sydney lads some good ole Wellington Hospitality (and ladies they are hot)

then on Sunday i will be playing solo support for Dapppled and Rdney from Goodshirt at The Odeon Lounge in Auckland (basically coz I'm going up to see Cody ChesnuTT...)

Much love to you all

Samuel

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