Graeme James

Thu Jun 6th, 2019
The Tuning Fork,

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After a breakthrough year of international shows, one of New Zealand’s most streamed indie artists Graeme James returns to NZ to tour his Nettwerk label debut album The Long Way Home.

The Long Way Home is an album that explores time and space through the motif of the journey. In keeping with the album title 2018 was a year of intense international travel for Graeme, relocating to Europe and racking up over 25,000kms on a highly successful 3 month North American tour. With over 20 million total streams on Spotify, his songs have travelled around the world before him helping sell out concerts around the globe.

His captivating live show features Graeme playing electric violin, guitar, bass, baritone ukulele, mandolin, harmonica and percussion as he recreates his foot stomping tunes in real time with his famous loop pedal.

He’s finally home- but not for long! With his last NZ tour completely selling out you won’t want to miss the chance to see this award-winning artist live in Aotearoa.

Opening the evening is the incredible Jesse Sheehan. Jesse is a Wellington songwriter, singer, and musician who has toured both nationally and internationally with the likes of Neil Finn, Dave Dobbyn and Lady Rizo.
His soulful lyrics and carefully crafted songs have landed him slots at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton (UK), Glastonbury Festival (UK), Rhythm and Vines, Coastella, Wondergarden, as well as support slots for the likes of Jake Bugg, The Alabama Shakes, and Anika Moa.
Jesse looks forward to joing Graeme at the tuning fork on June 6th.

acoustic/solo, country/folk, Graeme James

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