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Laughton Kora Joins Fly My Pretties Lineup

Fly My Pretties are proud to announce Laughton from Kora will be joining the cast as a special guest for both final Encore Shows this weekend.

The vocal powerhouse behind seminal local band Kora, Laughton will take part in the A Story songs and present some brand new collaborative material with Fly My Pretties in the extended jam-session second half.


Laughton Kora joins returning 2006 Fly My Pretties member Adi Dick as one of the special guests who will celebrate the close of A Story.


Returning from London especially for these last shows, Adi Dick was a rising star from The Return of Fly My Pretties with standout songs ‘Get Out’ and ‘Foresight’. Adi Dick went on to release his debut solo album Our Place (2007) before leaving New Zealand shores to ply his trade abroad in Europe.

Audience members can expect to be thrilled with the inclusion of these two special guests and extended shows that will stand as a celebration of the collaborative and creative efforts of Kiwi musicians.


The final Fly My Pretties cast includes: Barnaby Weir, Jarney Murphy, Mike Fabulous, Nigel Patterson (all The Black Seeds), Anna Coddington, Eva Prowse, L.A. Mitchell, Lisa Tomlins (Rhombus), Mara T.K. (Electric Wire Hustle), Nato, Paul McLaney (Gramsci), Riki Gooch and Rio Hunuki-Hemopo (both TrinityRoots), Ryan Prebble, Tessa Rain and Tom Watson (Cassette). And of course, special guests Adi Dick, Laughton Kora and everyone's favourite narrator Dick Weir!


Tickets are still available so catch this incredible lineup of musical talent performing together for the last time.


Auckland: Friday 4 December - The Edge (http://www.the-edge.co.nz)
Wellington: Saturday 5 December - Ticketek (http://www.ticketek.co.nz)


See http://http://www.loop.co.nz for all ticket info and direct links.

ENDS

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