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The Dylan Storey Band On Tour

The Dylan Storey Band

Press Release

The Dylan Storey Band is going on a North Island tour in November in the wake of their new single Luckyland and to promote their new album BONES. Dates confirmed so far are:

Auckland, The Wine Cellar – November 9th
Hamilton, Sohl Bar – November 10th
Wanganui, The Red Lion – November 16th
New Plymouth, The Basement Bar – November 17th
Wellington, Happy – November 18th

This band has become known as one of the best live bands in Auckland with their psychedelic, blues influenced rock music. Prolific musicianship and almost jazz-style interaction provides a unique edge to their memorable songs which makes for an unforgettable show.

The single Luckyland is a three-minute rock song which features gospel style backing vocals, slide guitar, violin and Hammond organ. It is the first single off the new album BONES which was released in July 2006 and was mixed and mastered by audio guru Dale Cotton. Luckyland has appeared at number 5 on the Kiwi fm playlist Top 20 and at number 7 on Auckland’s 95bfm Top 10 chart.

For more information see www.dylanstoreyband.co.nz

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