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Tattletale Saints Announce Summer Tour

Tattletale Saints Announce Summer Tour

Tuesday 2nd December, 2014 2:51PM

Country-folk act Tattletale Saints, who won Best Folk Album earlier this year for their debut album How Red Is The Blood, have lined up an extensive nationwide tour for summer. The original duo of Cy Winstanley and Vanessa McGowan have been hanging out in Nashville since their win, refining their sound and on their travels picked up New Zealand drummer Tom Broome, who will be joining them for the tour. Here's the details...

Tattletale Saints

Wednesday 21st January, Old Library, Whangarei
Thursday 22nd January, Whangateau Hall, Whangateau
Saturday 24th January, Eggscentric Cafe, Whitianga
Sunday 25th January, The Meteor, Whitianga
Wednesday 28th January, The Cabana, Napier
Thursday 29th Januar, Sarjeant Gallery, Whanganui (Duo show)
Friday 30th January, The Dark Room, Palmerston North
Saturday 31st January, Bodega, Wellington
Sunday 1st February, Dharma Bums Club, Blenheim
Wednesday 4th February, Wunderbar, Lyttelton
Thursday 5th February, Chicks Hotel, Port Chalmers
Friday 6th February, Gin and Raspberry, Wanaka
Saturday 7th February, Old Lodge Theatre, Hokitika
Sunday 8th February, Fairfield House, Nelson
Wednesday 11th February, EastEnd Cafe, Wairoa
Thursday 12th February, Dome Cinema, Gisborne
Friday 13th February, Baycourt Theatre, Tauranga
Saturday 14th February, Tuning Fork, Auckland

Here they are with 'Complicated Man'...


Tattletale Saints' New Zealand Summer Tour 2015

Winners of the New Zealand Music Award for Folk Album of the Year 2014, Tattletale Saints are led by guitarist/vocalist Cy Winstanley and double bassist/vocalist Vanessa McGowan.

Fresh off the back of their Tui win in January 2014, Tattletale Saints relocated to Nashville, Tennessee to embark on a 50-date tour of the United States. This time spent in the vibrant Nashville music scene inspired a change in the band’s sound, and they welcome the addition of celebrated NZ drummer Tom Broome for this, their 5th New Zealand tour.

Performances on the tour will include songs performed as a duo, re-imagined versions of songs with drums, and brand new material off the band’s forthcoming full band album, due for release in 2015.

Described as a “intelligent, entertaining and thoroughly captivating” (Sing Out! Magazine, 2014) debut album How Red Is the Blood was recorded in January 2013 in Nashville, TN alongside Grammy winning producer and multi instrumentalist Tim O’Brien.


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