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TOUR NEWS: NZ Music Special

GREG JOHNSON final tickets available: Greg and full band, live in concert this week! See them at The Cook in Dunedin on Thursday, Tannery in Christchurch on Friday.

A limited number of tickets left for Auckland's Sunday early evening show; Saturday is SOLD OUT. Greg has a spectacular horn section guesting in Auckland, and Narentinesopen on Sunday night.

Don't miss your only chance to hear Greg play the classic 'Here Comes The Caviar' album in its entirety, plus hits and crowd favourites. Details and tickets HERE

THE MOCKERS have generated A LOT of excitement with news of their reunion tour. Tickets are flying out the door (a little bit too fast if you live in Auckland and Wellington - get yours very soon!)

Plenty of appetite for Forever Tuesday Morning, Swear It’s True, One Black Friday, My Girl Thinks She’s Cleopatra, Alvison Park & more! Here are the ticket links:

Auckland & Dunedin:

Wellington, Tauranga, Hamilton, Napier, New Plym:

Nelson: Christchurch (Great Kiwi Beerfest)

Delete Delete open all Mockers' North Island shows - see their first video HERE

DISJECTA MEMBRA to support THE MISSION (UK): The Mission are proud to announce Wellington band, Disjecta Membra will open both the Auckland and Wellington shows on Nov 18/19. More news on that HERE

GREG FLEMING's new album To Hell With These Streets has been labelled essential by critic Graham Reid. It is indeed a fantastic album - Mr Fleming's observations on where we're at. Take a listen HERE

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Greg Johnson 'Handles of Pearl' off Here Comes The Caviar LP.

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