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Jade Louise & Donell Lewis: Double EP Release Party

MEDIA RELEASE: Friday 28 September, 2012

Mai FM & DNK World Music Presents…
Jade Louise & Donell Lewis: Double EP Release Party

DNK World Music Artist Donell Lewis will perform alongside ‘The GC’s’ Jade Louise at a joint EP release party at Flight Lounge on Thursday 11 October.

Both artists will perform tracks from their debut EPs, which each land on October 12. The night will include performances by DJ’s Deach and Soultre, and be hosted by Rocky Ponting and Psalms West.

Donell Lewis has fast tracked in the last year from a relatively unknown artist to one of the best R&B singers NZ has to offer, leading to his debut solo EP Missing My Love.

Donells chart hitting debut single Put It On Me featuring label mate Ricky Okay, and hot new Top 20 NZ single and title track Missing My Love (featuring Gold Coast-based upcoming rapper Fortafy), have both shot into high rotation at radio, earning him rave reviews and much deserved recognition from fans and media.

Jade Louise’s powerful voice, sassy attitude, pop and RnB sensibilities were first recognized in her top 12 placement in Australia’s ‘X-Factor’. Still chasing her dream, she went on to star in reality show ‘The GC’ (which featured her debut single ‘Vibrations’ as the title track) as well as perform alongside the likes of Stan Walker, Ricki Lee and Savage. Her debut self-titled EP is an infectious mix of dance floor tracks, smoothtunes including new single ‘Till The Club Close’.

Pre-sales for the show are available from undertheradar.co.nz for $10. VIP tickets (which include copies of both CDs) are available for $20.


Jade Louise & Donell Lewis
Double EP Release Party - Thursday 11 October
Flight Lounge, Auckland
Tickets from www.undertheradar.co.nz

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