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Elemeno P Announce Free Gig For Myspace Fans

Elemeno P Announce Free Gig For Myspace Fans

MYSPACE SECRET SHOW, Tuesday 11th December, Auckland

[WELLINGTON – December 3rd, 2007] Tuesday 11th December is the date when local pop-rock outfit Elemeno P will treat their MySpace fans to a FREE concert. The MySpace Secret Show is an exclusive event that will see the Auckland-based band return to the stage after recording their upcoming album. The special return-gig will take place at an undisclosed venue in Auckland City, with MySpace users being among the first to be treated to tracks from their forthcoming album, including the new single ‘Baby Come On’.

With six years, sixty thousand records and hundreds of gigs to their name, Elemeno P have proved themselves as one of New Zealand’s favourite bands. After locking themselves away in a self-built basement studio at the base of Mount Eden, the band have emerged with a fresh new sound in the shape of the their forthcoming third album set for release in March 2008.

This exclusive MySpace gig follows in the footsteps of the hugely successful Secret Show launch event with rock band Evermore earlier in the year.

The only way MySpace users can find out specific details about this and future concerts is by adding Secret Shows as a ‘friend’ to their profile via This will ensure they are the first to find out details as they are made available. When all is revealed, entry to the show is on a first-come-first-served basis.

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