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Mick Harvey New Zealand Shows Announced

Mick Harvey New Zealand Shows Announced

Wednesday 13th February, 2013 12:05PM

Legendary Australian musician Mick Harvey has been announced to play his first ever solo shows in New Zealand. A founding member of seminal bands The Birthday Party and The Bad Seeds, he has also worked on records with PJ Harvey (no relation) and the late Rowland S Howard and has an impressive solo catalogue which he will explore over three dates next month...

Mick Harvey

Thursday March 21st - Mighty Mighty, Wellington
Friday March 22nd - Kings Arms, Auckland
Saturday March 23rd - Leigh Sawmill, Leigh

Tickets for all shows are on sale now from HERE at Undertheradar and in store at Real Groovy (Auckland), Slow Boat (Wellington) and Rough Peel Records (Wellington).

Here's a brief but insightful interview with Harvey from last year...

And here's a clip for his cover of Serge Gainsbourg's 'Initials B.B.'...

Press Release:

Mick Harvey is one of the coolest guys in the world. He co-founded The Birthday Party and the Bad Seeds with Nick Cave, he's played with and produced records for PJ Harvey, he's recorded albums for the likes of Roland S. Howard and Anita Lane, and somehow managed to find time to release a handful of his own fantastic solo albums in between!

Here in New Zealand for his first headlining solo tour, Mick Harvey is bringing his tried and tested live trio (Mick, Rosie Westbrook, JP Shiloh) to shake out some demons from his latest work "Sketches From The Book Of The Dead", and no doubt some surprises from up his long and fabled sleeve!

Catch Mick Harvey and his band + very special support to be announced:

Thursday March 21st - Mighty Mighty, Wellington
Tickets $25 +BF from www.undertheradar.co.nz and Slow Boat Records

Friday March 22nd - Kings Arms, Auckland
Tickets $25 +BF from www.undertheradar.co.nz and Real Groovy

Saturday March 23rd - Leigh Sawmill, Leigh
Tickets $25 +BF from www.undertheradar.co.nz and Real Groovy


Links
mickharvey.com/

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