Howlin’ at the moon

RATTLE DEM BONES: Described by Mixdown Magazine as “One of the most explosive solo acts this country has to offer”, multi award-winning blues/soul musician Shaun Kirk has packed his bags and some sammies and is on his way back to Gisborne. Picture supplied

Australian bluesman Shaun Kirk’s songs range from stompin’ and rockin’ to rock-blues-soul and now he’s returning to the Dome to celebrate the release of his self titled EP.

Kirk will rattle them domes with a showcase of his new tracks in what 2019 Grammy Award Winner for Best Contemporary Blues Record, Fantastic Negrito, described as one of the best one-man-shows he’d ever seen.

The tour that takes in Gisborne could be Australasia’s last chance to see Kirk in this part of the world.

Tickets to the Gisborne stopover for Australia and New Zealand EP Release Tour are $15+bf early bird, $20+bf pre-sale, and $25 at the door. Tickets are limited though and selling fast but can be booked through Kirk’s webpage https://tinyurl.com/yxff525r.

Shaun Kirk, EP Release Tour, the Dome, Saturday, September 7, 7-11pm.

Australian bluesman Shaun Kirk’s songs range from stompin’ and rockin’ to rock-blues-soul and now he’s returning to the Dome to celebrate the release of his self titled EP.

Kirk will rattle them domes with a showcase of his new tracks in what 2019 Grammy Award Winner for Best Contemporary Blues Record, Fantastic Negrito, described as one of the best one-man-shows he’d ever seen.

The tour that takes in Gisborne could be Australasia’s last chance to see Kirk in this part of the world.

Tickets to the Gisborne stopover for Australia and New Zealand EP Release Tour are $15+bf early bird, $20+bf pre-sale, and $25 at the door. Tickets are limited though and selling fast but can be booked through Kirk’s webpage https://tinyurl.com/yxff525r.

Shaun Kirk, EP Release Tour, the Dome, Saturday, September 7, 7-11pm.

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