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Dominic Blaazer and the MPO - with The Loving Arms

When
Sat Feb 23rd, 2019
Where

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Doors open
7:00pm
Gig starts
7:45pm
Entry
All Ages
Cover charge*
$25/30
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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An evening of tight, melodic and poetic tunes with a great little orchestra working in sync.

Marty Duda called the last Pumphouse show “outstanding,” singling Blaazer out as “a formidable songwriter and fine storyteller, calling to mind the best of Bacharach/David.”

Last year was one of packed houses and superb reviews for Blaazer’s album “The Lights of Te Atatu”. His talented and lush 10-piece brings together members of the ASO, APO and From Scratch as well as three music specialists, and the youngest member is just 11.

A stalwart of NZ music, Blaazer has played alongside Don McGlashan, SJD and The Chills, also accompanying the Topp Twins, John Rowles, Goldenhorse, David Kilgour and The Clean, among many others.

His songwriting is compared favourably with Jimmy Webb, Bacharach and Lennon. Nick Bollinger said the songs were “beautifully refined … sound like classics, fearless and perfect,” while Graham Reid wrote, “magical and resonant … These are fine songs.”

Grant Smithies sums up best why you won’t want to miss this show: “gorgeous arrangements make this so very special. Your heart might just break.”

We can’t promise not to break your heart but we might give it the occasional squeeze.

Opening the evening, it's our great pleasure to introduce The Loving Arms - every song is a thunderstorm of desire and repulsion.

Links
dominicblaazer.net
Tags
alternative, classical, pop, rock, soul/funk, Dominic Blaazer, The Loving Arms

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