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Little Bushman – Bodega – Sept 8


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STONEFEATHER & Little Bushman proudly present:
Little Bushman – Bodega – Sept 8
They’re back and hairier than ever! And oh, how they’ve missed you all…

Having been well over a year that these clever minstrels have given a ‘Bushy’
ravaging to your earwaves Welliington, Little Bushman feel it’s high time
to ‘ride the Pegasus’! - know that you are in for a sonic journey. Primed and
ready to give you all a full nights worth of their intoxicating blend of swirling, psych-rock epics and delicately crafted lyrical vision. Combine this with a solo set from their very special guest, the uniquely percussive, vocal powerhouse that is Ryan Prebble (The Nudge) - you sure are in for one visceral, spine-tingling evening!

So saddle up and come on the journey.
Music starts 9pm.

LITTLE BUSHMAN with special guest Ryan Prebble
Bar Bodega WELLINGTON
SAT 8th September

Tickets on sale now from www.1-night.co.nz - instore at RPM & Cosmic
www.littlebushman.com
www.facebook.com/littlebushman

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