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The MORE FM Winery Tour 2008

Brooke Fraser, Goldenhorse & Anika Moa

The MORE FM Winery Tour returns in February 2008: the exuberant combination of wine and song in the exotic surrounds of some of New Zealand's most beautiful vineyards.

Launched in February 2007 with the sister act bill of Bic and Boh Runga, the More FM Winery Tour returns this summer with another exceptional line up of talent:

The award-winning sauvignon of New Zealand pop, Brooke Fraser, alongside two wonderful varietals, the bubbly Anika Moa and the complex herbaceous tones of Goldenhorse.

Brooke Fraser has enjoyed an outstanding year in music in 2007, culminating in her song ³Albertine² collecting the prestigious APRA Silver Scroll, while her album of the same name was awarded the Tui for Highest Selling Album at October¹s NZ Music Awards. Brooke has toured throughout the year with highlights including sell-out shows in venues as diverse and legendary as Auckland¹s Aotea Centre, Sydney¹s Enmore Theatre and her regular Los Angeles haunt, the Hotel Café.

Anika Moa¹s soulful performances and cheeky banter have established her as a live favourite around the country and she is currently enjoying the biggest hit of her career, the chart-topping ³Dreams in My Head² from her acclaimed third album, In Swings The Tide.

Fresh home from a European summer, Goldenhorse will be unveiling the latest chapter in their book of mesmerising intelligent pop, as they perform songs from their latest album Reporter for the first time on this tour as well as favourites from their platinum selling records Riverhead and Out of the Moon.

The More FM Winery Tour is now an annual event which will run each February, delivering a unique concert experience through stunning New Zealand vineyards.

FEBRUARY 2008 TUE 5 MATAKANA, ASCENSION VINEYARD FRI 8 GISBORNE, BRUNTON ROAD SUN 10 MARTINBOROUGH, ALANA ESTATE WED 13 NEW PLYMOUTH, WAIAU ESTATE FRI 15 HAMILTON, MYSTERY CREEK WINERY SAT 16 TAURANGA, WHAREPAI DOMAIN SUN 17 WAIHEKE, ISOLA ESTATE THU 21 NELSON, NEUDORF VINEYARDS SUN 24 WAIPARA, THE MUD HOUSE WINERY & CAFE

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