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Cat Power Returns For Two Solo Shows In February

Cat Power Returns For Two Solo Shows In February

Wednesday 18th November, 2015 8:30AM

The incredible Cat Power has confirmed she will be returning to New Zealand soil for two shows in February. The solo performances, which will be held within the walls of the some of the country's most  iconic theatres, will see the Georgia-born artist performing songs destined for her 10th studio album - a follow up to her acclaimed 2012 record Sun. Here are the details...

UnderTheRadar Proudly Presents...

Cat Power

Tuesday 2nd February, Paramount Theatre, Wellington
Wednesday 3rd February, Crystal Palace, Auckland

See below for ticketing information

Here is Cat Power performing  'Bully', the bonus track from her latest album Sun...



Cat Power returns to New Zealand in early February for two intimate theatre-only performances.

She will play at the Paramount Theatre in Wellington on Tuesday 2 February and Auckland’s beautiful Crystal Palace in Mt Eden on Wednesday 3 February.

Tickets for both solo shows are available from 9am tomorrow from (or today for MyTicketmaster members).

The tour is proudly presented by Plus1, undertheradar, 95bFM and RadioActive.

Expect songs from across her career as well as new material destined for her follow-up album to 2012’s Sun, which reached a career-high No 10 on the US Billboard album charts.

Cat Power - a.k.a Georgia-born singer / songwriter Chan Marshall - loves touring New Zealand and Australia – and this solo tour is no exception.

It follows on from a busy, very special 2015. This year Chan became a Mum to her baby boy AND also found time to lend her stunning vocals alongside Jakob Dylan to a lost classic from ‘60s mavericks The Turtles. This song features on Echo In The Canyon, an all-star indie tribute to the California folk-sound

Chan also recently provided the voiceover to Janis, a movie-length documentary about troubled female rock-pioneer Janis Joplin, which made its debut at the Venice Film Festival in September.

But come February 2016 it’s all about Cat Power live in New Zealand for two intimate solo shows.

"An artist at the peak of her powers faced the crowd and her demons armed only with a guitar, a piano and her courage" The Guardian


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