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Sixtyniner (NL) with Reuben Collins, Matt Langley

Sixtyniner (NL) with Reuben Collins, Matt Langley

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When:

  • Sun 3 Feb ’13, 8:00pm – 11:00pm

Where:

Inch Bar, 8 Bank Street, Dunedin

Restrictions:

R18

Ticket Information:

  • Koha: $0.00

Related Artists:

Matt Langley

Onemanband 'Sixtyniner' is a Voodoo Rhythms recording artist from Holland. Playing The Inch Bar on the as part of his Weird Side of Country NZ tour.

About Sixtyniner:
Underground cartoon flash animator Sixtyniner does it on his own now. One-man-band extravaganza!

"Rocking the bulbs out of the lamps, the beer out of your glass and the earwax out of your ears. Making you cry with the pitiful songs, laugh with the funny ones and blush with the dirty ones. Making you want to buy not one CD but 2 so you always have a spare. This is truly a lot of noise for a onemanband. But it sounds good." (Rolling Stoned magazine, 2011)

About Matt Langley:
Matt Langley is an APRA Award winning and critically acclaimed New Zealand singer-songwriter.

He recently released his debut solo LP Featherbones to widespread acclaim. The NZ Herald glowed that “this is as fine a singer-songwriter debut album as you could expect”, and the Sunday Star Times marvelled that “it is one of life’s simple pleasures to hear a voice like this”.

About Reuben Collins:
Reuben Collins has graced the NZ and Australian music scenes for the last ten years, spanning the dark alternative country highways right through to foot-stompin' blues. His band Fosset and Badger recently recorded a new album 'White Hawk' with Warren Maxwell (Fat Freddys Drop, Trinity Roots) at Maxwell's studio in Featherston. Album release date is mid 2013. Reuben resides in Auckland and also fronts garage rock two piece Faster Pussycat Kill Killl.

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