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The Phoenix Foundation; Gigs/News/Etc

The Phoenix Foundation; Gigs/News/Etc

Howdy, the last couple of weeks we have got back in to recording our second album and all things going to plan it should in the can by October, just in time for us to go on tour with Cassette as part of the Low Hum Rolling Thunder Revue.

But in the mean time we are heading to Auckland this weekend for a couple of gigs....

Saturday the 11th of September at The K'Road Ballroom with Voom and Disasteradio. Hoorah!

and Sunday the 12th of September at the Leigh Sawmill Cafe in Leigh...very good spot! I highly recomend coming out to Leigh for the afternoon. enjoy some time at the beach and then roll in to the sawmill for a tasty pizza and an early show from old phoenix. We will playing at about 8pm and doing a diverse set. They have a grand piano!

Then on Friday the 17th of September we are back in Wellington to play with David Kilgour and The Heavy Eights. David is on tour to promot his fantastic new album Frozen Orange. further news, we are doing a live at Helens this friday for National Radio. Oh my golly we got nominated for best album at the Tui's (the NZ Music Awards).....we'll be off to Oz in November, expecta new single 'Hitchcock' in the coming weeks and make sure you vote at the local body elections!

cheers the family phoenix

ps. bug thanks and congrats to Richard Bell, whose video for Going Fishing won the Knack award at the NZ Music Video Awards and is in the running at the Juice Music Video Awards and Radio Actives Handle The Jandel


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