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Erin

When:

Fri 20 Jun 2014, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Petite Wine & Dine, 18 Royal Arcade, Timaru, South Canterbury

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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Listed by: Erin

Erin is an emerging independent kiwi Singer/Songwriter fresh to Queenstown, settling in the region after an epic, eight month solid National Tour which saw her everywhere from Te Anau to Tauranga, and beyond! Her folky, bluesy, off-beat style has proven popular with fans new and old, and her first album, 'Rhythm and Soul' (available for donation exclusively from the artist herself) has been in demand after shows, selling out time and time again. Erin has been writing for six years, and plays original material only, crafting her songs from life experience, and her passion for storytelling.

Life as a full time touring musician is constantly evolving, and Erin brings a fresh perspective to your day. To read more about her, listen to music (like the newly released 'Humanity' recorded live at the Wine Cellar in Auckland), and find out when she'll be playing near you, check out www.facebook.com/erinsphere.

“...there isn’t another artist with a similar style or tone in their voice. It’s hard not to feel inspired” - Karin Hoffman, This & That Magazine

“I’ve had the Strawberry Tree, a world famous live music venue for ten years…on the way home I ticked up the best music system I could find so I can have her voice at home.” - Shayne Kavanagh, The Strawberry Tree, Kaikoura