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OG moves on with tour and video release


18 September 2008

OG moves on with tour and video release



OG 'Moving On' video release, live band Shows and Australian album release news

Guitar extraordinaire and beat maker Oakley OG Grenell breathes new life into his critically-acclaimed album Moving On (released April 2008) with the release of the video to the single 'Moving On' and news of a national tour.

Video Release promo tour
The album has been out since April and now the title track is about to be released to TV with a live band recording session that took place at the Red Bull Studios. This new video and all of Central Records past six video releases have now been uploaded to Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CentralRecordsNZ

To promote the video release OG has put together some national dates. The live band have just played two sell out shows with the Black Seeds in Christchurch and now Oakley and MC KP will treat the North Island to some good-old mashing of the sound system. Tour dates are listed below.

Australian Album Release
Moving On was released in Australia on September 13 2008 through AlleyKat Records / Beat Broker / MGM. Meanwhile OG and MC Switch (Sunshine Sound System) will be touring Australia to promote the album release with a series of performances.

NZ VIDEO RELEASE TOUR
19/9/08 Air New Zealand Fashion Week Show
19/9/08 Sand Bar Waiheke Island w/ MC KP
20/9/08 Khuja Lounge, Auckland w/ MC KP
2/10/08 Good Luck, Wellington
3/10/08 Lazy Daize, Palmerston North
4/10/08 Phat Club Nelson
10/10/08 Double Happy, Christchurch

AUSTRALIAN RELEASE TOUR w/ MC Switch
27/11/08 Beach Rd, Sydney
29/11/08 Earth Core Festival, Victoria
5/12/08 The Prince of Wales, Melbourne

Future Gigs:
9/11/08 Southern Amp, Christchurch (DJ set)
2/1/09 Mussel Inn, Takaka (Live band)
10/1/09 Parihaka, New Plymouth (Live band)
21/3/09 I-Nation Festival Whitecliffs, Canterbury (Live band)

Contact: Oakley Grenell, Central Records: oakley@centralrecords.co.nz www.centralrecords.co.nz / www.myspace.com/ centralrecords

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