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Coco Davis "Old Haunts" Album Release


Thu 28 Jan 2016, 8:00pm–10:30pm

Where: Wine Cellar, 183 Karangahape Road, Newton, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Coco Davis Announces Her Debut Album Is Now Available Digitally and On Cd.

Cult alt. blues vocalist Coco Davis will bring her vintage, noir tinged blues on a New Zealand tour this January to celebrate the release of her debut album, Old Haunts.

Catch her at wine cellar, st kevins arcade, auckland with Tom Rodwell and friends. Tickets $10 available on the door and at

Hailing from Auckland and California, Davis is an established actor with a fast-growing reputation as one of New Zealand's leading female vocalists.

Davis has toured extensively in New Zealand with the critically acclaimed play Daffodils, has starred in Auckland Theatre Company productions of Little Shop of Horrors, Chicago and Cabaret, and toured New Zealand Festivals with her own production of Sam Shepard’s surrealist cowboy operetta The Sad Lament of Pecos Bill. As a singer she has appeared in festivals and clubs in the UK, Holland, and the US as well as throughout NZ. Television credits include Shortland Street, The Almighty Johnsons, Brokenwood Mysteries, and Spartacus.

"...she sings with a soaring glory." - Simon Wilson, Metro Magazine

"...richly emotional..." - Paul Simei-Barton, New Zealand Herald

"Tom Rodwell is Sheffield's answer to Lightnin' Hopkins" - NME

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