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Ghost Club - NZ tour 2008

Ghost Club - NZ tour 2008

Ghost Club, the band featuring notorious guitar-wrecker David Mitchell and Denise Roughan of New Zealand’s 3Ds, will be playing a series of shows in NZ’s main centres in early January 2008.
Along with new material, Ghost Club will be playing classics from their two acclaimed Flying Nun albums, Ghostclubbing (2001) and Suicide Train (2005) at venues across NZ, including Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin and Christchurch.
The band has been resident in London for the past 10 years, playing regularly in the UK and in Europe. They have recently been rehearsing material for a new album to be released in 2008.
You can hear them in action on their MySpace page:
2 Jan 2008 Rising Sun, Auckland
4 Jan 2008 Bar Bodega, Wellington
7 Jan 2008 The Crown, Dunedin
9 Jan 2008 Dux Deluxe, Christchurch

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