|Gin Wigmore returns to our shores, kicking off her full band tour in Sydney on August 24, in support of her brand new album, ‘Gravel & Wine’. Wigmore spent months traveling alone through the Deep South of the United States, immersing herself in the musical religion of the Blues, and then heading to the Pacific Coast to write and record ‘Gravel & Wine’ with noted producer Butch Walker (Weezer, Pink, Panic! At the Disco, Katy Perry, Hot Hot Heat, etc)
Already a Top 10 Album on iTunes, ‘Gravel & Wine’ was inspired and informed by Wigmore’s love of spaghetti westerns, her respect of the blues, and the passion & pulse of rock ‘n’ roll. Her new found swagger and stage prowess will take you on a slightly darker musical journey this time round, she will lift you up and tear into your soul with her lyricism, all the while having you foot stomping and hand clapping in a haze of ballsy bliss.
No stranger to Australia, Gin has toured here with The Cardinals (of Ryan Adams fame), the impeccable Dan Sultan, and performed at some of Australia’s biggest festivals, including Homebake and Coaster. She was also MTV’s “Local Produce” Artist of the Month in June, and recently performed on Sunrise (Network Seven).
Gin’s music career kick started back in 2004 in NZ after being the youngest unsigned artist to win the International Songwriting Contest (USA). After moving to Australia in 2008 she was the first Artist to be signed with Island Records Australia (Universal).
“Gravel & Wine Tour”
With special guests
FRIDAY 24 AUGUST | THE STANDARD, SYDNEY NSW
Tickets available from www.moshtix.com.au | 1300 GET TIX | All Moshtix outlets
SATURDAY 25 AUGUST | THE GREAT NORTHERN, NEWCASTLE NSW
WEDNESDAY 29 AUGUST | THE HERITAGE HOTEL, WOLLONGONG NSW
Tickets available from www.oztix.com.au | 1300 762 545 | All Oztix outlets
FRIDAY 31 AUGUST | NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB, MELBOURNE VIC
Tickets available from www.northcotesocialclub.com | 1300 724 867 | From the Corner Box Office direct
SATURDAY 01 SEPTEMBER | OLD MUSEUM, BRISBANE QLD
Tickets available from www.oldmuseum.org