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The Feelers

When:

Fri 29 Jul 2011, 7:00pm

Where: The Mercury Theatre, Mercury Lane, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $42.00 ($40.00 + $2.00 fees)
  • Door Sales: $45.00
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

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Listed by: James Southgate

The Feelers Hope Nature Forgives Rock Tour

NOTE from The Feelers Bar:
The Mercury Theatre show will have a cash only bar system – but the good news is all drinks are $5 all night. We want you to have the best time possible at the best price we can. Jack Daniels, Beers, Wines plus Low Alcohol and Soft Drinks and water (2 for $5) also available, as are home made Filled Rolls for the hungry.
When you arrive, head to the drinks tickets desk and purchase (with Cash… ATMS on K RD if needed) one of 2 Ticket options – 2 for $10 or 4 for $20. Then when you order at the Bar, we’ll clip the ticket and serve your order.
We’re aiming to make it super easy and quick so you don’t miss as beat.
Cheers,
Your mates at the Feelers Bar.
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After a six year break from the studio, The Feelers are back! Armed with a new album and boasting a new line-up, the boys are ready to hit the road again, playing live favourite Right Here Right Now, the classic Venus and new hit single Didn’t Want To Fall In Love.

For nearly twenty years James Reid and Hamish Gee’s musical partnership has resulted in The Feelers amassing some remarkable statistics – a quarter of a million album sales; five multi platinum albums; three number one albums and seven number one singles.

And more recently a lot has happened in the lives of James and Hamish since their last multi platinum offering ‘One World’. Hamish got married, James welcomed his first child and two new arrivals have been added to complete the band line-up - guitarist Andy Lynch (formerly of Zed) and bass player Matt Short.

Their latest album Hope Nature Forgives, to be released on 1st August, is testament to the rejuvenated new look of The Feelers. With Andy and Matt on board, James and Hamish decided it was time to stop playing all instruments themselves and go back to playing as a ‘real band’ according to James - and the resulting album is clearly proof of that.

Naturally the next step is the nationwide album tour, kicking off in Auckland on 14th July at the Howick Club, with special guest Annah Mac and her band. Two weeks later the tour continues on in earnest from 29th July through to the 20th August. That’s eighteen shows around the country taking in everywhere from Invercargill to Queenstown to Reperoa, from vineyards to woolsheds and everything in between.

The Feelers are promising one of their best live shows yet. As Hamish says “our set lists just keep getting longer and longer, we will probably play for well over two hours this time around.” And fans can rest assured that not only will they play some new tracks off the album, they will be revisiting all their biggest hits with a new found enthusiasm.

Catch The Feelers touring their new album and coming to a town near you soon!

Tickets on sale Friday 17th June

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