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Miriam Clancy And Andrew Keoghan

Thu Jul 7th, 2011
Mighty Mighty,

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Fresh from being awarded an APRA Professional Development Award, glittering NZ songstress Miriam Clancy is taking her songs, guitar and a retro sequencer on tour throughout the North Island.
These will be unique shows with Miriam road-testing new songs and playing material from her critically acclaimed 2009 album Magnetic. This will be your last chance to see her on home-turf for some time as she departs for New York, America to being recording a brand new album with one of the world’s most exciting producer/engineers, Chris Coady.

Having worked with top bands Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio, Grizzly Bear and Santigold, Chris Coady is name-dropped as one of the top “next generation producers” by avid music watchers, The Guardian (UK) and one of the most sought-after producers in the industry.
Prior to heading into the studio with Chris, Miriam is playing shows up the West Coast, Minneapolis, Chicago & NYC.

For the NZ tour; multi-instrumentalist Jared Wrennall will be joining Miriam and for the first leg of the tour from Wellington to Auckland she will have special guest folk-pop artist Andrew Keoghan. From Leigh to Whangarei a stripped back version of superb Auckland trio, Nightchoir.
Superb quality musicianship, great songs and a great night out!

“Poised To Take Off.” Jim Mora, Radio NZ
A voice to move mountains/one of NZ musics' best kept secrets. Russell Baillie, NZ Herald.
“Think of the daring, eclectic and uncategorisable things that some of the supposedly mainstream pop singers did back in the 60s - people like Dusty Springfield or Sandie Shaw Nick Bollinger, Radio NZ
“literally stopped me in my tracks of my favourite local artists of the year Francesca Rudkin, TVNZ Breakfast

Here's her recent video for The Best:'v=qzu6h-2VC9M&feature=feedlik


ANDREW KEOGHAN is a songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist who combines his classical training in singing and violin, with elements of pop and folk – you could even call it chamber-pop. He released his debut album Arctic Tales Divide in March to fantastic reviews.
Andrew whips up some magic during his live performances, looping his violin, guitar and voice and in general - sounding amazing.

Here's a link with a recent NZ Herald interview and performances by Andrew Keoghan:'v=pSYPu30e3Lg

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