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Stan Walker Performs New Single ‘Bulletproof ’On X Factor

For Immediate Release
June 3, 2013
Stan Walker Performs Brand New Single ‘Bulletproof ’On X Factor and Shoots Straight to #1

New Zealand’s favourite kiwi and most recently judge on X Factor New Zealand has tonight surprised fans with a debut performance of his brand new single ‘Bulletproof’ on the show. ‘Bulletproof’ is now live on iTunes.

Bulletproof was co-written by Stan, Vince Harder and Lindsay Rimes and offers a glimpse at a new and evolving sound for Stan, who says of the track “I stepped back from releasing records to work on my music and come back with something fresh and exciting”.

It will continue to be a busy year ahead for Stan as he hits the road later this year, taking on an extensive national tour that will see him travel from Whangarei to Invercargill, playing 23 shows across the country through September and October.

One of the country’s most popular artists, Stan has sold over 170,000 singles and close to 100,000 albums to date, collecting 5 New Zealand Music Awards along the way.

Stan has also recently released ‘The Complete Collection’ – a limited edition package combining all three of his albums with a bonus ‘Take It Easy’ single.

Bulletproof is available on iTunes now!

Don’t miss STAN WALKER’S WORLD TOUR OF NEW ZEALAND – coming to a town near you. Tickets to all shows on sale now.

FULL DATES AND TICKET INFORMATION BELOW:

Wednesday September 4
Civic Theatre
Rotorua
Tickets available from Ticketmaster – 0800 111 999/www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Thursday September 5
Founders Theatre
Hamilton
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

Friday September 6
Holy Trinity
Tauranga
Tickets available from Ticketmaster – 0800 111 999/www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Saturday September 7
Town Hall
Auckland
Tickets available from Ticketmaster – 0800 111 999/www.ticketmaster.co.nz & The Edge 0800 BUY TICKETS/www.buytickets.co.nz

Tuesday September 10
War Memorial Hall
Edgecumbe
Tickets available from Ticketmaster – 0800 111 999/www.ticketmaster.co.nz & 1XX 267 The Strand Whakatane

Wednesday September 11
Waitomo Cultural Centre
Te Kuiti
Tickets available from Ticketmaster – 0800 111 999/www.ticketmaster.co.nz & Te Kuiti i-site

Thursday September 12
TSB Arena
New Plymouth
Tickets available from Ticketmaster – 0800 111 999/www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Friday September 13
Regent on Broadway
Palmerston North
Tickets available from Ticket Direct – 0800 224 224 / www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Saturday September 14
Michael Fowler Centre
Wellington
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

Monday September 16
Royal Wanganui Opera House
Wanganui
Tickets available from the venue & www.royaloperahouse.co.nz

Tuesday September 17
Town Hall
Masterton
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

Thursday September 19
Air Force Museum Wigram
Christchurch
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

Friday September 20
Regent Theatre
Dunedin
Tickets available from Ticket Direct – 0800 224 224 / www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Saturday September 21
Civic Theatre
Invercargill
Tickets available from Ticket Direct – 0800 224 224 / www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Sunday September 22
Lakes Event Centre
Queenstown
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

Wednesday September 25
Regent Theatre
Greymouth
Tickets available from Book My Show bookmyshow.co.nz & the venue.

Thursday September 26
NBS Theatre
Westport
Tickets available from Book My Show bookmyshow.co.nz & the venue.

Friday September 27
Nelson College School Hall
Nelson
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

Monday September 30
Town Hall
Dannevirke
Tickets available from Ticketmaster – 0800 111 999/www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Tuesday October 1
Hawke’s Bay Opera House
Hastings
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

Wednesday October 2
Great Lakes Centre
Taupo
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

Thursday October 3
Town Hall
Pukekohe
Tickets available from Ticketmaster – 0800 111 999/www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Friday October 4
Forum North
Whangarei
Tickets available from Ticketek - 0800 TICKET (842 538)/ www.ticketek.co.nz

ENDS

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