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Live at Yours Premieres Tonight on C4

Live at Yours Premieres Tonight on C4

Tonight, a new tradition begins. Every Friday night at 9pm, make yourselves comfy in your living room for C4's new show - Live At Yours. Hosted by Joel Defries, tonights show features Aucklands masters of musical mayhem - The Mint Chicks - who perform not only their own material but also a cover of Nirvana -Polly - (as only The Mint Chicks could do!)...alongside hip hop's new kid on the block, the ultra talented PNC - backed by P.Money. PNC performs his brilliant new, early 90's inspired single 'Just Roll' and gets Insane in the Membrane paying respect to Cypress Hill! Live at Yours screens every Friday, premiering tonight at 9.00pm - on C4 (Where Music Lives!)

Next week features The Tutts and Che Fu - performing their own material, and covers as voted by viewers. To attend a filming (the bar is open!) or vote for a cover to be performed in upcoming episodes (including appearances by Gasoline Cowboy, Nesian Mystic, Tyree and Anika Moa) please visit our website www.c4tv.co.nz or let me know.

Thanks!

ENDS

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