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Wellington Independent Music Showcase - Lost Bird

Thu Sep 28th, 2017
BATS Theatre,

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LOST BiRD are a folk-country duo of Ali Whitton and Oliver Vetter. They released their first
double single in February 2016 entitled “When Nobody Loves You (You Don’t Need to be
Saved)” and sold this, along with the second track “Holdin’ Out for Somebody” through
Bandcamp, Spotify, and iTunes. Their new single is “Grace Has Got Green Eyes” and is released exclusively on Bandcamp on Friday 21 April 2017, and then internationally across all main platforms on Friday 28 April 2017.

W.I.M.S. will feature four diverse, self-made acts, highlighting the quality, showmanship and talent we have here in Wellington: busker turned seasoned folky Graeme James, folk-country duo LOST BiRD, folk-rockers Miles Calder & The Rumours and American roots ensemble The Frank Burkitt Band.

These crafted, hour long concerts will take place in the historic Heyday Dome Stage at BATs and will be a rare chance to see these excellent songwriters in such an intimate setting. There will also be a short film accompanying each performance. As well as entertain and inspire, these shows will also serve to give audiences more of an insight into the hard work and day to day life of an independent musician.

Wednesday 27th September, 9pm – Graeme James -
Thursday 28th September, 9pm – LOST BiRD -
Friday 29th September, 9pm - Miles Calder & The Rumours -
Saturday 30th September, 9pm – The Frank Burkitt Band -

All tickets available from Only 70 seats available each night so buy your tickets quick to avoid disappointment.

acoustic/solo, alternative, blues, country/folk, Graeme James, LOST BiRD, Miles Calder and The Rumours, The Frank Burkitt Band

Louis Baker

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