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Introducing Nashville

11am Monday 25th February

FEATURING BRANDY CLARK, DEVIN DAWSON & LINDSAY ELL

- ANNOUNCE NEW ZEALAND SINGER KAYLEE BELL AS SPECIAL GUEST -

Presented by the Country Music Association of America, INTRODUCING NASHVILLE is an international artist touring series coming to New Zealand for one evening at the Tuning Fork on Tuesday 26th March 2019. The three-artist bill features some of North America’s most exciting, established and up-and-coming artists - Brandy Clark, Devin Dawson and Lindsay Ell – and now award-winning New Zealand country pop singer/songwriter Kaylee Bell joins the impressive line-up.

Bell has had over ten Top 10 singles on the Australian Country Charts and has spent the last 8 summers in Nashville writing and perfecting her craft. Her breakthrough single ‘Getting Closer’ (written with Australian Country Music Star Morgan Evans), gained international attention from US Superstars Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood and Kelsea Ballerini. It debuted at #1 on iTunes Country and #4 on All Genres Chart, and has had 2 million Spotify plays including being featured on US Wild Country and New Boots Spotify Playlists.

Bell recently won the 2018 US Unsigned Only Country Section from over 6000 songs and in 2019 will be touring Australia, USA and the UK. This will coincide with the release of her long-awaited self-titled debut album, the first single ‘One More Shot’ currently charting on Radio Disney US and out now on radio, and her latest single ‘Keith’ released last week.

INTRODUCING NASHVILLE | 2019 NEW ZEALAND TOUR DATE

Presented by the Country Music Association of America, Rob Potts Entertainment Edge and Chugg Entertainment

AUCKLAND

Tuesday 26th March – Tuning Fork (All Ages)

Tickets on sale now from ticketmaster.co.nz

Artist bios and images HERE


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