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Tali And Georgie Fisher Announce New Zealand Summer Tour


Tali And Georgie Fisher Announce New Zealand Summer Tour

Singer-songwriters Tali and Georgie Fisher are delighted to announce a New Zealand summer tour, travelling across the country for 10 dates in January and February 2016.

Meeting through a mutual friend amidst the vibrant street music scene of Berlin, Tali and Georgie have become firm friends as well as collaborators, and are very excited to head out on the road together. Their live show will encompass a completely unique sound for a pair of singer-songwriters, as they will be channeling all of the energy and imagery of their shared electronica roots into a show that demonstrates both vocal agility and impressive musicality of both performers.

The tour will see these two dynamic women taking to the stage as co-headliners, with Georgie on her acoustic guitar and Tali triggering beats on the keys. While the tour will be focused on the recent material from both artists, audiences can also expect some cheeky covers, exclusive new tracks performed for the first time, and the two singers joining each other on stage at moments, making for some beautiful harmonies.

Internationally considered to be one of the most prolific female MC/Freestylers to emerge from the Kiwi electronic dance music scene, Tali has recently been focusing on becoming one of New Zealand’s most respected singer-songwriters, firstly with 2012’s Of Things to Come and now with the release of her latest offering Wolves. Showcasing her lyrical prowess and powerhouse voice, the record that she describes as 'cinematic soul & gangsta jazz' lends itself to a stunning live show.

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Originally hailing from Sydney, Georgie has spent the last two years in Europe, discovering a genuine love of live acoustic music through the street music community in Berlin. Her experiences there as a musician and busker led her to writing her ‘alternative soul’ debut album Big City Howl, a record packed to the brim with guitars, upright bass, drums, and organ that are fused together beautifully by her honey-smooth husky voice. A storyteller in every sense of the word, Georgie’s country-soul sound lends itself perfectly to raw, honest, and captivating live performances.

Tickets for these special performances go on sale today from Dash Tickets

Nice Blocks presents

TALI AND GEORGIE FISHER - NEW ZEALAND SUMMER TOUR

JANUARY

Wednesday 20th Auckland Golden Dawn

Thursday 21st Hamilton Nivara Lounge

Friday 22nd Mt Maunganui Astrolabe Bar

Saturday 23rd Napier The Cabana

Wednesday 27th Wellington Havana

Thursday 28th Kaikoura The Strawberry Tree

Friday 29th Christchurch Darkroom

Saturday 30th Wanaka Gin & Raspberry

Sunday 31st Dunedin Taste Merchants

FEBRUARY

Friday 5th Taupo Wanderlust Festival

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