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Darren Watson | Too Many Millionaires LP Release NZ Tour

When:

Fri 18 May 2018, 8:00pm

Where: Kiwi Hall, 64 Bell Street, Featherston, Wairarapa

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $23.00 ($20.00 + $3.00 fees)
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

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Listed by: Delia Shanly

New Zealand’s most exciting and original contemporary blues performer, Darren Watson is touring intimate venues around New Zealand during May to promote his brand new album ‘Too Many Millionaires’.

Watson’s red-hot acoustic quartet is hitting the road with him, including Chicago Smoke Shop founding member and harmonica virtuoso Terry Casey, tag team double bassists Steve Moodie (Miles Calder & The Rumours) or Aaron Stewart (Mel Parsons), and percussionist Delia Shanly (Milkthistle, Matt Hay & The Makers).

If you’re any kind of blues fan, or just a fan of great music with a massive heart and SOUL then don’t miss a show near you this May. A great time is guaranteed!

What other musicians say about Darren Watson:

“Darren, you’re a mutha!”
Rick Holmstrom, (Mavis Staples Band)

“Man, you are a f***** killer singer!!!! I heard you do Ludella and that was it!!!”
Steve Fruend. (Koko Taylor, Hubert Sumlin, Homesick James)

“Darren Watson is a brilliant soulful guitarist and a great singer too . . “
Midge Marsden (Kiwi blues legend)

What the media say about Darren Watson:

" No-one plays the blues like Darren Watson. Over the better part of three decades he has developed a style that, while touching on all of the greats who inspired him, is personal, powerful and identifiably his own."
Nick Bollinger (Radio New Zealand)

“I’ve thought for some time now that Darren is one of our finest, one of the best players and with such a deep love and respect and knowledge for not just the blues but so many great songwriters and players across so many genres. “
Simon Sweetman (Off The Tracks)

Please note these times and details:

Doors 8 pm
Matt Hay 8.30 pm
Darren Watson 9.10 pm

Tickets $20 plus fees.
Door sales $25 (cash only).
Cash bar available.