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Tourettes and Ben Salter Head On Nationwide Tour

Tourettes and Ben Salter Head On Nationwide Tour

Thursday 1st May, 2014 11:28AM

Prolific Auckland artist Tourettes, aka Dominic Hoey, is kicking off a nationwide tour this weekend with Australian folk musician Ben Salter. However, Tourettes is shedding his guise as a rapper for the tour as he hits the road to promote his first self-published book of poetry, Party Tricks and Boring Secrets, which is embellished with dark medieval-style drawings by local tattoo artist Joshua Solomon. Supporting him on the 12-date tour is Ben Salter, who met Hoey by chance in Iceland when the rapper was working on his debut novel and the pair became firm friends. During the performances Salter will be performing a wealth of material from his back catalogue. Read on for more information about the shows (where the book will be available for purchase)...

Check out this video for Ben Salter's track 'The Mailbox Song'....

And here's a clip of Tourettes performing a poem about the South Island...

Party Tricks and Boring Secrets Tour

Friday 2nd May, Golden Dawn, Auckland
Saturday 3rd May, Meow, Wellington
Sunday 4th May, Playhouse, Nelson
Wednesday 7th May, Barrytown Hall, Barrytown
Thursday 8th May, Oamaru
Friday 9th May, Darkroom, Christchurch
Saturday 10th May, Chicks hotel, Port Chalmers
Sunday 11th May, Tommy Changs, Lyttleton
Wednesday 14th May, Rhythm, New Plymouth
Thursday 15th May, The Yot Club, Raglan
Friday 16th May, Leigh Sawmill
Saturday 17th May, Portland Public House, Auckland


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Fri 2nd May
Golden Dawn: Tavern of Power, Auckland
Sat 3rd May
Meow, Wellington
Sun 4th May
Playhouse Theatre, Nelson
Wed 7th May
Barrytown Hall, Barrytown
Thu 8th May
Grainstore Gallery, Oamaru
Fri 9th May
darkroom, Christchurch
Sat 10th May
Chicks Hotel , Port Chalmers
Sun 11th May
Tommy Chang's, Lyttelton
Thu 15th May
The Yot Club, Raglan
Fri 16th May
Leigh Sawmill Cafe, Leigh
Sat 17th May
The Portland Public House, Auckland

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