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Jamie McDell set to perform at Amazon

Jamie McDell set to perform at Amazon
stores during July!

Jamie McDell is a classic Kiwi girl who loves to surf, skate, sail and make music. Jamie was born in Auckland, New Zealand and was first discovered at age 16 by EMI Music NZ after sending them a demo of her acoustic music.
Jamie released her first single 'You'll Never Take That Away' earlier this year which shot to number 1 in the RIANZ NZ Singles chart. The song represents Jamie’s happiness about the things that she has in her life.

“I write songs about a lot of different things depending on what’s happening in my life at the time. Lately my songs have been about relationships, dealing with loss, and wanting to go back to the beach! I can really get inspired by anything.”

Fans around the country will be pleased as Jamie announces she will be playing three FREE all ages shows at Amazon stores in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch during July.

For tickets head to the Amazon Facebook page, Jamie’s own Facebook page, website Coup de Main, or listen to The Edge. There are tickets to be given away to each of the three shows, so get online or turn on your radio!

14th July, 3.00pm @ Amazon Boardstore, 74 St Georges Bay Road, Parnell.
21st July, 11.00am @ Amazon, 222 Lambton Quay, Wellington.
28th July, 2.00pm @ Amazon, Shop 4, Northlands Mall, 71 Main North Road, Chch.

Stay tuned to The Edge and Amazon’s Facebook page for ticket details.
Jamie’s new single titled ‘Rewind’ is being released Friday 13th of July all her songs are available for purchase on iTunes:

Jamie McDell first single: 'You'll Never Take That Away'

Jamie’s Facebook:

Jamie McDell official Twitter:

YouTube Channel:

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