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Delaney Davidson & Marlon Williams – AOTNZ Tour

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Delaney Davidson and Marlon Williams – ‘Sad but True’ AOTNZ tour 30 Jan-28 Feb

They make a winning combination – Delaney Davidson and Marlon William, winners of the ‘NZ Country Music Album of the Year 2013’ award as well as a string of previous accolades.

Delaney, dubbed by Ray Columbus as ‘the future of NZ country music’, was awarded the Country Music Song of the year award for 2012, and was a finalist in the 2011 APRA Silver Scroll awards. Marlon, founding member of the Unfaithful Ways, Harbour Union and Sad but True bands, was recently described as ‘most valuable player for NZ’ by Radio NZ’s Nick Atkinson. Marlon is also a veteran of 10 years of international travelling with the Catholic Choir.

Their tour kick starts the Arts On Tour NZ programme for 2014 – and is an opportunity to hear songs from their latest album, Sad but True Volume III, before these two highly popular performers head off in different overseas directions.

Itinerary

Thursday 30 January 8pm Mapua
The Playhouse Café
$20 Book: The Playhouse Café; Everyman records

Friday 31 January 7.30pm Reefton
Working Men’s Club
Adults $20; Student $10; Family $50
Book: 03 732 8542

Saturday 1 February 7.30pm for 8pm Karamea
The Old Café at the Last Resort
Pre sales $17; Door sales $20
Book:  Karamea Information Centre, Last Resort

Sunday 2 February 8pm Barrytown
Barrytown Hall
Door sales $20

Tuesday 4 February 7.30pm Hokitika
Old Lodge Theatre, 11 Revell St
$20 Book: Regent Theatre

Wednesday 5 February 7.30pm Okarito
Donovans
$25 Book:  Debbie 03 753 4017; Edwina 03 753 4014

Thursday 6 February 7.00pm Cromwell
McNulty Green, Old Cromwell.
Adults $25; SuperGold $20; Student/child $5

Friday 7 February 7pm Ettrick
Ettrick Hall
$20

Saturday 8 February 7.30pm Gore
The Little Theatre
$27/$22(unwaged)+booking fees
Book: SBS St James Theatre or iticket.co.nz 0508 ITICKET

Sunday 9 February 7.30pm Riverton
Riverton Community Arts Centre
$20 Arts Centre members; $25 non-members
Book:  Riverton Community Arts Centre

Wednesday 12 February 8pm Rotorua
Netherlands Society Hall
Lynmore
$15 pre-sale, $20 door sales
Book:  Eventfinder and Musicworks Rotorua

Thursday 13 February 7.30pm Opotiki
Senior Citizens’ Hall
King St
$20 Book:  Travel Shop

Friday 14 February 8pm Tauranga
Baycourt X Space
Book:  Baycourt Box Office, www.ticketek.co.nz
0800 TICKETEK

Saturday 15 February 6.30pm Onewhero
Bob and Di’s House,610 Kohanga Rd
$25 inc. coffee and cake
BYO picnic, drinks and chair
Book:  River Traders 236 8875 or 232 8805

Sunday 16 February 7.30pm Thames
Kauaeranga Hall
$17.50 Book: 021 078 8675 or 07 868 9767

Friday 28 February 8pm Amberley
Balcairn Public Hall
$25 Book: Sally Mac’s Amberley, Stan’s 7 day Pharmacy Rangiora

ENDS

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