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Graeme James - Wish You Well Tour

Graeme James - Wish You Well Tour
Wish You Well available today
Farewell New Zealand tour announced!


Graeme James is back with his raucous, foot-stomping new single Wish You Well, available to stream and download today.

A timely tune about saying farewell to a friend leaving New Zealand to travel the world, Wish You Well has become a very personal and fitting song for Graeme, as he prepares to relocate to Europe for adventures of his own in mid-2018.

Graeme is proud to announce a huge New Zealand tour before he moves overseas, playing shows in some of his favourite spots around the country to say goodbye to the local fans who have been instrumental in his success so far.

Relocating to make the most of opportunities presented by his recent signing to indie record label Nettwerk, this will New Zealand’s last chance to catch Graeme’s captivating one-man-band show this October and November.

Wish You Well is Graeme’s second single with Nettwerk, and follows a steady stream of successes in the last 12 months. With over 7 million streams on the service Spotify, Graeme James is one of New Zealand’s most listened to indie artists.

The Wish You Well tour is his biggest yet - tickets are available to buy today fromwww.graemejamesmusic.com

GRAEME JAMES – WISH YOU WELL
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GRAEME JAMES - WISH YOU WELL TOUR DATES

OCTOBER
Fri 27 Christchurch Blue Smoke
Sat 28 Dunedin Benessere Studios

NOVEMBER
Thu 2 Feilding Feilding Little Theatre
Fri 3 Wellington Meow
Sat 4 Hastings Common Room
Thu 9 Hamilton Nirvana Lounge
Fri 10 Tauranga Vinyl Destination
Thu 16 Auckland Whammy Bar
Sat 18 New Plymouth 4th Wall
Thu 23 Queenstown Sherwood
Fri 24 Wanaka Gin & Raspberry
Thu 30 Nelson East Street Vegetarian Cafe

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