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Mint Chicks To Perform in Live at Yours Premiere

The Mint Chicks To Perform in Live at Yours Premiere!

The Mint Chicks have been confirmed to perform alongside PNC in the first episode of local music show "Live At Yours" premiering on C4 next Friday, 8th September at 9pm. Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Bleeders who were originally scheduled to appear are no longer able to feature in the first episode. It is hoped they will appear later in the season. Hosted by C4's Joel Defries, "Live at Yours" celebrates and showcases the best in New Zealand music with established artists performing alongside emerging musicians. Artists willz perform their own music along with a cover as voted for by C4 viewers. The second episode will feature Che Fu and local up and comers The Tutts!

Live at Yours will be filmed in front of a live studio audience. Viewers can register for tickets at www.c4tv.co.nz

LIVE AT YOURS, Friday / 9pm - from September 09th - on C4 (....where music lives!)

Should you require any further information, please just let me know...otherwise, enjoy!

ENDS

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