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Greg Johnson Announces Tour

Greg Johnson Announces Tour

Wednesday 17th December, 2014 11:41AM

Ex-pat singer-songwriter Greg Johnson has locked in an eight-date tour for late summer. The March sojourn, which is titled North because it takes Johnson mainly across the North Island, will see the musician play a selection of tracks from his 10-album strong back catalogue as well as airing some new material from an album he is currently crowd-funding. Here's the details for the upcoming tour...


Greg Johnson - North Tour

Thursday 19th March, Meow, Wellington
Friday 20th March, King Street Live, Masterton
Saturday 21st March, Princes Gate Hotel, Rotorua (dinner and concert)
Sunday 22nd March, Vilagrad Winery, Ohaupo, Hamilton
Thursday 26th March, Q Theatre, Auckland
Friday 27th March, The Albany Pub, North Harbour, Auckland
Saturday 28th March, Q Theatre, Auckland
Sunday 29th March, The Oyster Inn, Waiheke Island (matinee show)


Here's 'Los Angeles Belongs To You' written by Johnson for a LA Times column...


PRESS RELEASE:

Greg Johnson returns in March 2015 for eight North Island late-summer concerts Ė showcasing favourite songs from his 10 albums, radio hits, and a preview of new material.

The tour is simply titled NORTH - and with seven out of the eight North Island venues brand new experiences for California-based Greg, he's looking forward to some late-summer sun and a few scenic road trips.

Fans in Masterton, Rotorua, Hamilton, Waiheke, North Shore, central Auckland, as well as Wellington can look forward to shows on the tour.

Tickets for all shows are available from both Ticketmaster.co.nz and the venues from Thursday December 18. With the exception of the Q Theatre shows (cocktail club style with special guests) - with tickets available next week exclusively from the theatre or their website qtheatre.co.nz

Also returning from the States for Greg's tour is his longtime bandmate Ted Brown, while Melbourne-based Lisa Crawley will cross the ditch to perform, along with appearances from drummer Wayne Bell and Mark Hughes (bass).

With songs like Isabelle, Liberty, Save Yourself, Now the Sun Is Out, Donít Be The One, Donít Wait Another Day, Kiss Me, Looking Out On Monday, and Swagger (we could go on) Ė each concert promises to be a night of wonderful songs and stories.

Meanwhile, Greg has today launched an innovative venture offering incentives to fans for crowd-funding his next studio album. Check out his website for more information.





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