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Jose Gonzalez At The Peregrine Winery

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Appearing for one show only in the South Island, at the architecturally renowned Peregrine Winery site this summer

Jose Gonzalez

With Nairobi Trio, Rhian Sheehan, Module, The Haints of Dean Hall
and Ragamuffin Children

Thursday 10 January 2008
Peregrine, Queenstown

Tickets Are On Sale Now
For This Unique Event

Jose Gonzalez is a Swedish-born singer-songwriter of Argentinean descent whose debut album, 'Veneer is a stunning collection of subdued acoustic folk music stamped with his trademark sound of a solo classical guitar and soft melodic vocals.

His latest release “In our Nature” has been met with enormous praise, across the globe.

He is best known in Australasia for the song ‘Heartbeats’, which is used by Sony Bravia for a commercial that tracks more than a quarter of a million coloured bouncing balls as they are released throughout the streets of San Francisco.

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