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Summer Splash Music Xtravaganza!!

Summer Splash Music Xtravaganza!!

Friday, December 17, 2004

The Billy TK Jr. Band, No Artificial Flavours and Mo Reece are embarking on a summer tour of the North Island's hot spots in the "Summer Splash" music xtravaganza.

"Summer Splash", presented in association with Waatea 603am, Juice TV and Smokefree represents the best of Aotearoa rock, reggae, dance hip hop and RnB.

Headliner Billy TK Jnr. will be showcasing his debut album of original music titled "See Your Smile." The songs on the album range from reggae and pop to rock and blues, with a dance version of the Santana classic 'Black Magic Woman.'

Billy's first singe 'See Your Smile' was produced by music veteran DLT. The video for the song is now playing on Juice - look out for it!
"Summer Splash" act, Rapper MC Taz of No Artificial Flavors, who's song 'Sweet Az Bro' was a favourite on the iwi station network, features on Billy TK Jnr's second single '2 Shy'.

Autoazmm, The Heavy Jones Trio, and Mo Reece add further flavor to this 100% Aotearoa music event.

Summer Splash - the concert event of the summer - is a Smoke free event.

For dates and locations of Summer Splash Log on to www.waatea603am.co.nz http://www.waatea603am.co.nz/

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