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Into the Dojo Album Release Show - Christchurch

THE BLACK SEEDS ALBUM RELEASE SHOW – INTO THE DOJO

CHRISTCHURCH TOWN HALL AUDITORIUM

12 AUGUST 2006

WITH SPECIAL GUEST HOLLIE SMITH and Band

All Ages – Tickets from Hunters and Collectors and Ticketek


SPECIAL YOUTH TICKET PRICE $35.00

ADULTS ONLY $45.00
Booking fee may apply


www.theblackseeds.com
www.fabel.co.nz

The Black Seeds are:
Barnaby Weir, Michael August, Lee Prebble, Jarney Murphy, Daniel Weetman, Tim Jaray, Bret McKenzie

They Play:
Warm melodious dub-reggae drenched heavily with funky soul grooves.

The Black Seeds started turning heads around New Zealand following the release of their debut album, Keep On Pushing. It was named one of the top 50 albums of the year by Rip It Up Magazine, and reached gold status.

The group’s second effort, On The Sun, Debuted at #3 on the NZ charts, and has reached double platinum. Album single ‘So True’ was one of the most successful New Zealand songs of 2005, receiving massive support from commercial radio and music television.

The group have numerous national music award nominations under their collective belts, and have won the categories of Best Downbeat Release and Best Pop Album at the bNets.

They return:
Following sell-out international and local touring to celebrate their new offering, Into the Dojo. One of New Zealand music’s most anticipated releases of 2006, the new album is a stunner. This is the ultimate winter warmer – your chance to see The Black Seeds present their latest tunes along with all the favourites, delivered fresh.

Joined by:
Only the very best. Hollie Smith is the name on everybody’s lips - You’ve heard her perform with Fly My Pretties and Fat Freddys Drop, and now Hollie and her band are set to once again render you speechless in awe of her incredible live vocals and smooth musicality.

www.theblackseeds.com
www.fabel.co.nz


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