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Charlie ASH

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Charlie ASH UK/Euro Tour 2009
Posted: Sat May 9, 2009 10:42 am
Charlie ASH, that Auckland-based four-piece known for their synthy indie-pop sounds and spectacular live shows, are leaving NZ for a five-week tour of Europe. Starting off in the UK with a sold-out show supporting Ladyhawke at Koko in London, the band is also playing the Great Escape festival in Brighton (the SXSW of Europe) and the Liverpool SoundCity festival. Berlin and Amsterdam gigs will follow: the group is especially excited to be sharing the bill with fellow Kiwis, Flying Nun legends The Bats, in Amsterdam.

The tour coincides with the release of their latest single in New Zealand. “Wake Up (You’re Not Asleep Now),” currently climbing the NZ alternative charts, was produced by James Duncan and celebrates one alternative to recession doom ‘n’ gloom: “Let’s all live in fantasy.” And what better fantasy to come true than a string of European dates for this up-and-coming band?

See Charlie ASH live in UK/Europe:

14th May - The Great Escape Festival @ Latest Music Bar w/ The Last Republic Etc. (Brighton)
15th May - The Great Escape Festival @ Arc W/ The RGBs, Lights & Ruby Jean & The Thoughtful Bees (Brighton)
16th May - The Fly w/ John Drake, Hoodoo Scoundrels & The Blacklist (London)
17th May - Barfly w/ Gran Ronde, Santigo Sound & The Bike Theives (Cardiff)
21st May - Koko w/ Ladyhawke (London)
23rd May - Liverpool Soundcity Festival @ Bumper W/ My Amiga, The Dirty Goods Etc. (Liverpool)
6th June - Winston Kingdom w/ The Bats (Amsterdam)
13th June - Villa w/ Cerebral Vortex (Berlin)
 

La_Cash

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Charlie ASH needs 50 Dancers!
Posted: Tue Dec 14, 2004 3:27 pm
The Wellington Fringe 2005 is on its way and your talented self could be involved.

The Fringe show Box is set to be a spectacular, spectacular with live music from Charlie ASH and 50 dancers. As you can imagine the organizers of Box need all the help they can get with recruiting the some what 50 dancers.

So if you know the box step, the running man or any other wicked move, and you want to be part of a groundbreaking new theatre production then spin The Fuzz a line. Contact Brigid at [email protected]

Box runs from the 16th to the 19th of February 2005 at The White Room.
 

La_Cash

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RE: hey gals and boy
Posted: Sun Oct 31, 2004 9:54 am
You will milkman! well if you live in Welly

Head to the Katipo Cafe on the 19th of November

Starts at 10pm with DJ 6.1 in the mix y'all

peace
 

La_Cash

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Introducing Charlie ASH
Posted: Sun Oct 31, 2004 9:49 am
Charlie ASH to play first gig EVER
On Friday eve. November 19th. Katipo Cafe. Wellington

Da Charlie ASH Kitty Cats perform on stilted heel and shake to make ya squeel. Performing new tunes from years of living.

Entry fee is three smackaroonies...just to break the bank...not your back...save the back breaking for the dance floor!


xx da Kitty CASH
 

the milkman

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hey gals and boy
Posted: Sat Oct 30, 2004 3:12 pm
Very Happy


wanna see yous play
 

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