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Arch Hill Feb. News

Arch Hill Feb. News here is what is coming up your way soon - in the new world of 2005.

Jan-Feb, 95bFM Summer Series

Pine and Fang Pine play 95bFM Summer Series on Sunday February 20th at 3.10pm in Albert Park, Auckland. They will also be playing a show at Auckland's PR Bar (corner of Ponsonby and KRd) on Saturday the 19th of February...more details closer to that show...look out for assistance from Punches, Bachelorette and DJ Mound of Sound. Fang played this Sunday the 30th of January at Summer Series. Sadly, it was their last show with violin/keyboard/guitar whizz Bronwen Robertson who heads over to the other side to further her talents (Melbourne to be exact)...she will be much missed but promises to return for occasional studio messing around...

March 5th and 6th - Lambchop, David Kilgour, Ghostplane

Look out for David Kilgour and Ghostplane (Wellington only) playing shows with Lambchop on Saturday the 5th of March at the Studio in Auckland, and on Sunday the 6th of March at Indigo in Wellington...something not to miss out on as David's album 'Frozen Orange' was recorded with most of the Lambchop band, and they have also all toured together in the US. David's album 'Frozen Orange' has been getting great reviews across the globe and features in USA Rolling Stone's critic Marie Elsie St. Leger's top ten albums of 2004...for more info go to the Arch Hill Website at We will also give you more information on these shows closer to the time.

2005 Here We Come...

...Look out for a new Ghostplane album in the first half of the year to follow on from their excellent Panther Valley Country Club 6 tracker. Plus we have dozens of other plans, schemes and general activities bursting out of the pipeline...but, being a highly professional type of operation we will keep these under wraps until a suitable time. Its going to be one of those minimum impact anti-marketing kind of, we think.

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