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Home Brew Announce Third Australian Tour


MEDIA RELEASE: Friday 9 November 2012

Home Brew Announce Third Australian Tour


Following a win at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards for ‘Best Urban/Hip Hop Album’ Home Brew are taking their show on the Aussie roads again, announcing ‘The Bender’ tour before the years end.

Home Brew’s Tom Scott, Haz Beats and Lui Silk are set to play three dates throughout December in Melbourne (December 13), Sydney (December 14), and Gold Coast (December 15), with support from Young, Gifted and Broke songstress Esther Stephens.

This being the their third Australian tour in less than a year, the boys are starting to make a name for themselves across the ditch and the hype is already building for what can only be described as three days of carnage.

Home Brew will be performing tracks from their award-winning, self-titled album - available on ‘The Bender’ tour and online now – http://bit.ly/UoHbGw

Young, Gifted & Broke / Grindin’ & Acclaim Mag.com present…
HOME BREW’S ‘THE BENDER’ TOUR
With support from Esther Stephens and Special Guests
Thursday 13 Dec – Ding Dong Lounge – Melbourne
www.oztix.com.au
Friday 14 Dec – The Standard – Sydney
www.moshtix.com.au
Saturday 15 – Coolangatta Hotel – Gold Coast
www.oztix.com.au


ENDS

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