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Iva Lamkum Announces Auckland Show

Iva Lamkum Announces Auckland Show

Wellington’s funk soul sista Iva Lamkum has announced an Auckland show at 4:20 on Friday September 2nd.

Known for her performance on the Sola Rosa single ‘Turn Around’, Iva’s soulfully rich voice delivers a funk-soul sound peppered with elements of jazz and rock which is skillfully backed by her talented 4 piece band made up of some of Wellington’s finest musicians.

Iva will be playing tracks from her highly anticipated debut album, including the new single ‘Raise Your Glass (Way Back)’.

“If there is a more assured, musically intelligent and sophisticated debut this year I’d be very surprised” - Graham Reid, www.elsewhere..co.nz (review of EP)

“Iva Lamkum just might be the definition of ‘one to watch’” - Rip It Up

There’s no doubt she has the talent to go far” – Sunday Star-Times

95bfm presents Iva Lamkum Live
Date: Friday September 2nd
Venue: 4:20, upstairs, 373 Karangahape Road, Auckland
Doors: 9.00pm
Tickets: Only $20.00 from www.nztix.co.nz on sale from Monday 15th August

ENDS

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