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When:

Fri 19 Oct 2012, 7:30pm–11:00pm

Where: The Mayfair, 69-73 Devon St West, New Plymouth, Taranaki

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General: $12.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: LukeT

Luke Thompson (NZD), Stu Larsen (AUS) and Tim Hart (AUS) come together for an intimate New Zealand tour this October. Limited tickets.

Tim Hart is best known to fans as the man behind the kit in Boy & Bear. Tim’s solo work has taken a backseat to the five times ARIA-winning outfit. Not any longer. A long-term fan of the classics – think Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Crosby, Stills and Nash – inspired by more recent spins by the likes of Fionn Regan and Sam Amidon. Tim began writing his debut over 18 months ago, knowing full well what sort of album he’d create when the timing was right. With recent supports for Sufjan Stevens, Angus Stone, Tim Finn, Ben Howard among others, Tim is a true performer. Debut album 'Milling the Wind' out this September on Universal Australia: http://itunes.apple.com/au/album/milling-the-wind/id544832099

Stu Larsen has no home. Three years ago he made a decision to leave behind normality, security and comfort, choosing to live as simply as possible and to follow the opportunities that would lay themselves down in front of him. A bold but necessary move as he found himself getting caught in the day to day life of a working man while dreaming of a life on the road. Since leaving his quiet little town in Queensland, Australia, Larsen has spent the years being on the move, touring, recording, driving friends' tour vans and pretty much anything else that allows him to stay on the road. With tours through Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the UK and Europe taking up the majority of his time so far.

Luke Thompson is a singer songwriter from New Zealand. Luke has spent the last few years writing and recording music in his homeland. Luke's New album 'To The Common Dark' set for release this year. Recorded over the last year, with friends Tim Hart, Stu Larsen and Producer Mark Myers (The Middle East) in his home town Tauranga NZ during a rainy December and in Cairns Australia during and equally wet Feb/March. The damp sombre lashings of nature, echoing the sentiments of Thompson's songs. This new album was recorded quickly and mostly live.