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Greg Johnson is coming to tour NZ this summer

“Now the Sun is Out” Greg Johnson is coming to tour New Zealand this summer.

Greg Johnson has repeatedly positioned his songs into the hearts of New Zealanders.

Having created a phenomenal seven albums, being awarded the Silver Scroll songwriter's award for ‘Liberty’ and winning numerous New Zealand Music Awards, he is one of New Zealand’s favourite and most esteemed singer-songwriters.

The now American-based Johnson has just released his latest album Anyone Can Say Goodbye which was recorded in the United States with friend and long time collaborator Ted Brown, whom he will be touring with.

Greg is no stranger to the American music scene, several songs from his previous album Here Comes The Caviar have been play listed on the US airwaves. ‘Save Yourself' went Top 40 on AAA radio in America and both that and 'It's Been So Long' have been featured on the WB's hit show 'High School Reunion' and the ABC show 'Beautiful People'.

Greg is an exceptionally talented songwriter and performer. Don’t miss the opportunity to see this incredible Kiwi craftsman in action.

www.gregjohson.co.nz

TOUR DATES:

Thursday 25 January - Hope Brothers - Wellington
Friday 26 January - Shed 2 - Napier
Saturday 27 January - Coroglen Tavern - Coromandel
Sunday 28 January - Colliseum Bar - Tauranga
Friday 9 February – The Montecristo Room - Auckland City

Tickets are available from Ticketek, Ticketdirect and Venues.

ENDS

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