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New NZ Musician In Stores For The Weekend

New NZ Musician In Stores For The Weekend

Thursday October 14, 2004

The brand new October/November issue of NZ Musician will be in stores this weekend, so if you're out and about, keep an eye out for the beautiful Whirimako Black who graces our cover. There are also features on Pitch Black, P-Money, betchadupa and tons more. Click here for a list of stockists.

The NZ Musician website now has two online directories, a Music Teachers directory and a Producers and Engineers directory. Email us ( if you would like to find out how to be included, and let your friends know if you think they might like to be listed.

Also if you're keen to see some live music this weekend, check out our gig guide - and if you're in a band you can submit your gigs to be listed.


The NZ Musician crew

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