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Julia Deans Announces South Island Solo Tour

Songstress Julia Deans announces a solo run of intimate shows across the South Island this March and April.

The critically acclaimed singer-songwriter, who once fronted Fur Patrol, and is currently making her debut Opera performance in the Hawkes Bay, promises to bring with her a collection of her most highly praised and award winning songs alongside a peek in to brand new unreleased material.

This will be an opportunity for lovers of soaring voices and highly crafted song writing to indulge in a truly special evening, one not to be missed.
 

JULIA DEANS - SOUTH ISLAND SOLO TOUR

Fri 27 March - Wanaka - Bar Number 8 
Sat 28 March - Invercargill - Tuatara Café
Sun 29 March - Queenstown, Sherwood
Wed 1st April - Dunedin, Dog with Two Tails
Fri 2nd Apri - Oamaru, Grain Store Gallery
 

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This is a singer/songwriter at the height of their craft.
1/2 Sunday Star Times

Yep, she can sing, and when she soars it’s a spine-tingling thing because it’s all real. Metro

Julia Deans boasts one of the best falsettos in New Zealand. Her razor-sharp voice is intoxicating from the moment it chimes in.
NZ Herald

 
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