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Ebony Lamb Announces Mini-Tour with Gram Antler + Special Guests

Ebony Lamb Announces Mini-Tour with Gram Antler + Special Guests

Chris Cudby / Tuesday 5th March, 2024 11:46AM

Announced today as finalist for the 2024 Taite Music Prize, Ebony Lamb is cooking up something special for April, following the launch of her rapturously received 2023 self-titled debut solo album and subsequent sold out tour. The Pōneke-based dream-pop crafter has announced a three date mini-tour for this coming April, reuniting with long-term collaborator Gram Antler for headline dates in Ōtautahi and Ōtepoti, wrapping up at Wānaka's Festival Of Colours alongside fellow luminaries Julia Deans, Adam McGrath (The Eastern), and Aotearoa music journalism icon Grant Smithies (presumably on the decks?). Lamb and Antler will be joined by multi-Tūi Award winner Holly Arrowsmith at Space Academy and at Maggies by Violet Hirst, whose own 2023 debut album Donegal has also been attracting acclaim. Our crystal ball suggests you better not delay in grabbing tickets for these limited capacity shows...

Ebony Lamb w/ Gram Antler

Friday 5th April - Space Academy, Christchurch w/ Holly Arrowsmith
Saturday 6th April - Maggies, Dunedin w/ Keira Wallace
Sunday 7th April - Festival Of Colours, Wānaka w/ Julia Deans, Adam McGrath, Grant Smithies*

Tickets available HERE via UTR
*Wānaka tickets available HERE

Watch the official video for Ebony Lamb's 2023 single 'Come, Put A Record On'...

Press release:

Returning south after the superb sold out album release tour of EBONY LAMB in late 2023, as well as supporting renowned USA alt country artists Calexico nationally and gaining a Silver Scroll nomination, don't miss this important artist's work up close and personal. Ebony's critically acclaimed album was produced by Bic Runga & Kody Nielson (UMO) & released on Nadia Reids Slow Time Records. Earning an enviable reputation amongst her contemporaries and music fans alike for her dynamic performances and prolific songwriting, Ebony has been compared to Gillian Welch, Cat Power and Neko Case. “If heaven is not within sight, is certainly is within hearing” William Dart - RNZ.


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Ebony Lamb w/ Gram Antler and Holly Arrowsmith
Fri 5th Apr 8:00pm
Space Academy, Christchurch
Ebony Lamb w/ Gram Antler and Keira Wallace
Sat 6th Apr 8:00pm
maggies, Dunedin