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The Nightwatchman Changes Big Day Out Slot

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15 January 2008

The Nightwatchman Changes Big Day Out Slot

In a last minute adjustment to the previously-published programme for Friday's Big Day Out in Auckland, The Nightwatchman has swapped performance times with Battles on the Green Stage.

The new times are:
The Nightwatchman onstage at 4.45pm
Battles 6.15pm

The Nightwatchman is of course the acoustic alter ego of Rage Against The Machine guitarist, Tom Morello. His songs, as recorded on his album One Man Revolution, are as lyrically hard-hitting as anything produced in RATM but delivered in a totally different style.

The Nightwatchman lists his influences as Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Johnnie Cash, Che Guevera, Malcom X, Emma Goldman, Paul Robeson.

Now that he appears directly after Billy Bragg's Essential Stage performance (4.40 – 4.45), the Big Day Out's revolutionary zeal looks like it will be peaking in late afternoon this year!
THE BIG DAY OUT 2008: Rage Against the Machine, Bjork, Arcade Fire, Shihad, LCD Soundsystem, Scribe, Unkle, Dizzee Rascal, Supergroove, Battles, The Clean, Katchafire, Carl Cox, Krafty Cuts and MC Dynamite, The Phoenix Foundation, Billy Bragg, SJD, Grinspoon, Hilltop Hoods, Bleeders, Paul Kelly, Anti-Flag, The Nightwatchman, Tiki Taane, Dr Octagon and Kutmaster Kurt, Liam Finn, Cut Off Your Hands, Kate Nash, Op Shop, Pluto, Die! Die! Die!, Havoc, Collapsing Cities, Enter Shikari, Operator Please, Shy Child, Brand New, Dam Native, The Checks, Young Sid, Antagonist, Motocade, White Birds and Lemons, Spoon, Aceyalone, The Shocking Pinks, Missing Teeth, Mu, Battle Circus, Surf City, Dick ‘Magik’ Johnson, False Start, All Left Out, The Kingsland Vinyl Appreciation Society, The Electric Confectionaires, Kerretta, The Lookie Loos, Pig Out, Solstate, The Exiles, Lady Saw, Mayall vs Mayall, Eddie ‘Tan Tan’ Thornton with Cool Wise Men, Tucker, The Cynical Brothers, Wanganewi Art School, MC Slave, Turnaround DJ’s, Bump with Ange, Shake n Pop, The North Shore Pony Club.


THE BIG DAY OUT IN AUCKLAND
FRIDAY JANUARY 18th 2008
MT SMART STADIUM
Maurice Rd Penrose.
Gates open 11am

Strict limit of 4 tickets per customer.
Available from all Ticketek Outlets, phone and credit card bookings
0800 Ticketek (0800 84253835) or www.ticketek.co.nz, Real Groovy and STA Travel


For full show information check out the website
www.bigdayout.com
*booking fees may vary pending on outlet & mode of purchase


ENDS

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