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Live! Paul McLaney & Kirsten Morrell (Goldenhorse)

Paul McLaney and Kirsten Morrell

Get rosey and cosy at one of these intimate mid-winter shows. Paul McLaney tours this month with the lovely Kirsten Morrell from Goldenhorse fame. Beautiful music, beautiful settings, mmmm

June 19:
Happy
Wellington

June 20:
Masonic Tavern
Devonport

June 21:
Ponsonby Cruising Club
Westhaven Marina

June 24:
Harbour Light
Lyttelton

June 25:
St Lees Restaurant & Cafe
Dunedin

June 26:
Woodstock Lodge
Caitlins

June 27:
Careys Bay Hotel
Dunedin

Tickets from Real Groovy and undertheradar.co.nz

“Thoroughly recommended” - Marbecks

“McLaney continues where he left off, Diamond Side again revealing a guitarist of polished technique and a singer who possesses lyrical imagination” 4/5 Otago Daily Times

“Paul McLaney is one of New Zealand music's best-kept secrets, as well as one of it's most under-rated talents. Diamond Side provides testament to McLaney’s talent, with his unique voice booming out over some of his best tracks yet” 4.5/5 Investigate Magazine

“McLaney returns with an intimate solo offering produced in LA in which he muses on love over a sparse and warm palette of acoustic guitar.” 4/5 Waikato Times


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