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Louis Baker releases live video for 'Fade', new show dates

LOUIS BAKER
Releases live video of
'Fade'
and announces new show dates


Soul singer-songwriter Louis Baker releases a live performance of his modern take on a motown ballad 'Fade', featuring Lisa Tomlins on backing vocals.

Recorded and filmed at the The Sound Department at Park Road Post Production in Wellington and shot by filmmaker Caleb Corlett, Baker strips this slow-burn soul number back to expose his versatile and emotive vocal power.

Following on from sold out shows in New Zealand and Australia earlier this year Baker is playing a few hand selected shows before heading in to the studio to record his next body of work.

Louis Baker show dates

Wellington
San Fran
Friday 24th November

Leigh, Auckland
Sawmill Cafe
Saturday 13th January
with DJ Cory Champion

Coastella
Paraparaumu, Kapiti Coast
Saturday 17th February

Tickets from www.louisbaker.co.nz

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Watch the official 'FADE' music video HERE

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