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Jessica Mauboy to headline IHeartRadio with Stan Walker

TO HEADLINE IHEARTRADIO NZ SHOW
WITH SPECIAL APPEARANCE FROM KIWI BESTIE


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NEW ALBUM BEAUTIFUL’ OUT NOW

iHeartRadio and Sony Music Entertainment are proud to announce a free, one-off show featuring Jessica Mauboy live at The Civic Theatre in Auckland on Wednesday 4 December with a special appearance from best friend and local talent Stan Walker.

iHeartRadio have over 2,000 tickets to giveaway to this amazing event, anyone registered to iHeartRadio will have the chance to enter to win a FREE double pass to the show.

I am so excited to be coming back to New Zealand for the iHeartRadio event and performing with my good friend Stan Walker! It's been such a long time since I have performed a gig for my New Zealand fans - I can't wait to get over there and sing my heart out!” - Jessica Mauboy

This announcement comes hot on the heels of the release of her third album Beautiful’ which features her summer smash Pop A Bottle,’ produced by Mario Marchetti (Demi Lovato and Jennifer Lopez).

Jessica Mauboy is becoming a household name, taking the world by storm in the last year, from embarking on her first, award winning role as ‘Julie’ in ‘The Sapphires’ all the way to the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards where she performed to some of Hollywood’s hottest stars at the prestigious Governor’s Ball. Earlier this year, Jess was also named as the first female face of the NRL campaign since Tina Turner in the 1990’s. Simply put, Jessica is a star!

Jessica Mauboy established herself as one of Australia’s biggest female pop stars when she was invited to perform for Oprah Winfrey and US President Barack Obama in 2011, not to mention having supported international superstars Beyonce, Flo Rida and Chris Brown before selling out a national headline tour in Australia. To date, Jessica has sold two million units in Australia and has achieved 10 x Top 20 multiple platinum selling ARIA singles. Her debut album ‘Been Waiting’ achieved double platinum sales and garnered Jessica seven ARIA Award nominations.  Her follow up album ‘Get ‘Em Girls’, was a top 10 ARIA album and spawned four multi platinum selling singles. Jessica has been awarded numerous awards including 2009 ARIA Award for Highest Selling single, MTV Australia Award, ARIA #1 chart award, APRA Award, seven Deadly Awards (Indigenous Achievement Awards), three NT Indigenous Music Awards, two IT List Awards and an ACCTA & AFCA for Best Supporting Actress for her work in The Sapphires.

Stan Walker will be returning to New Zealand to make a special appearance alongside his friend Jessica for the iHeartRadio show. Most recently Stan captivated the nation with his performance as the opening act for Beyoncé’s New Zealand shows during her Miss Carter World Tour.

Stan says of the show: “My friend Jess is the best of the best so make sure you come along. It’s going to be the best show of your life!”

Kiwis are loving iHeartRadio with over 70,000 registered users and mobile app downloads in the less than 55 days since it launched. The entire iHeartRadio offering is free to registered users. The web and smartphone based platform allows users to custom build radio stations based on their favourite songs or artists, has over a 1,000 live radio stations including Flava and ZM, nearly 1,000 ‘Perfect For’ stations featuring music perfect for the user’s mood or activity and offers iHeartRadio Talk, a newly launched feature offering on-demand listener-created talk content side by side with popular talk, business, news, celebrity, comedy, sports and entertainment episodes from over 16,000 established personalities and shows.

CEO of The Radio Network (TRN), Jane Hastings says iHeartRadio is attracting a great audience.
“The average age is 28 years old with 71 per cent of registered users coming under 40 years old. Strategically this is a great win for TRN to have such a strong offering for youth.”

JESSICA MAUBOY IHEART NEW ZEALAND SHOW
AUCKLAND – THE CIVIC – WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4TH 2013

PROUDLY PRESENTED BY ZM & FLAVA

ENDS

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