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The Ezza Rose Band Tour


Fri 27 Feb 2015, 8:00pm–12:00am

Where: Hilltop Tavern, 5207 Christchurch Akaroa Rd, Little River, Banks Peninsula, Christchurch District

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: fountainrecords

Direct from Portland Oregon The Ezza Rose Band are on tour in New Zealand!

Fresh from touring Alaska and releasing their new album When the Water’s Hot The Ezza Rose Band (Portland, USA) hits the ground running with an 23 date nationwide NZ tour supported by some of New Zealand’s finest folk musicians.

Wearing Nathan JR’s (M.Ward) old black Gibson Les Paul that she nicknamed Betty after her Grandmother, Ezza Rose sings with all her might.

"Her voice is consistently smooth and clear, ethereal, and from the gut. It rises, glides, and falls." - Eleven PDX

Ezza Rose grew up in Julian, California (pop. 1500) – a mining town rich in American folk music and renowned for its world famous apple pies. She left home for the big city to fulfill her dream of studying at the AMDA (American Musical and Dramatic Academy) where she was enrolled in their ‘triple threat’ program; dancing, acting and singing her way to graduation. Bent on moving on, she hitchhiked her way to Portland, Oregon and found a new home to sing her little heart out in.

Ezza’s been touring North America ever since and has just landed after traversing the Alaskan wilderness playing ‘plugged-in folk’ to all in her path. She arrives in New Zealand, band in tow to tour up, down and all around our fair country, meeting up with Ebony Lamb, Jess Shanks (The Eastern), Matt Langely, Luckless & Reb Fountain along the way.

Featuring songs from her new album When the Water’s Hot and a whole lot more. Catch The Ezza Rose band when they roll into your town.

"The songs on When the Water's Hot have a folk vulnerability as their skeleton, but they're veined, muscled, and skinned by sultry tones of bluesy guitar, minimal pulsing percussion, and subtle cello melodies." - The Portland Mercury