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YOT on the Rocks: Luger Boa, King Brothers and The DHDFDs

When:

Sat 6 Dec 2014, 6:00pm

Where: YOT Club, 9 Bow St, Raglan, Waikato

Restrictions: R18

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The Rise & Fall of Luger Boa

It's been 18 months between drinks, but NZ's finest rock n' rolling glam misfits Luger Boa are back for a limted time only.

This December the band that has delivered multiple smash radio hits and many, many, memorable nights of decadence, destruction, and devilment will play 4 shows only starting at The Royal Hotel in Palmerston North, before hitting the YOT Club Raglan, The Grand Hotel Helensville, and ending with a final show at The Kings Arms Tavern in Auckland.

Joined by an exquisite selection of very special guests for your listening and dancing pleasure, the mighty Boa will be playing all the hits from their extensive back catalogue as well as some never before heard new material in a short and frenzied assault that takes in favorite haunts and new ground.

Do not miss these shows.

New Zealand, Luger Boa salutes you all!

Thank you, and goodnight.

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King Brothers from Nishinomiya, Japan are teaming up with THE DHDFD'S from Point Chevalier, Auckland for what will be termed a full-length 'summer holiday tour' -- 7 North Island shows that will make up what will be the Japanese rock and roll ("hardcore blues", it's been said) band's first New Zealand visit in 6 years.

King Brothers have remained friends with the DHDFDs since their first NZ tour together. The kinship endured in May this year, when both bands toured Japan together and went so far as to release a split CD together and share the same stage at the same.

Luckily for us, these same shenanigans can be expected here at home -- because to reciprocate for these Japanese favours, the DHDFDs are bringing King Brothers to New Zealand in a tour that will doubtlessly carry antics like pipe-clinging, mic-flinging and crowd-standing. A google image search will do you fine.