Following on from recent news that the Louisiana-born, ‘King of Swamp Rock’, Tony Joe White’s show at The Tuning Fork on Sunday 9 April sold out, a new show date has been added on Monday 10 April giving fans of this legend the chance to catch his show during his short trip to New Zealand this April.
Tony Joe White
Sunday April 9th: The Tuning Fork, Auckland - SOLD OUT!
Monday April 10th: The Tuning Fork, Auckland - Tickets via Ticketmaster
Sun Kil Moon’s will play their first show in New Zealand in nearly a decade at The Tuning Fork on 28 May, 2017.
Auckland songwriter Tom Cunliffe will open for Swamp King Tony Joe White at both Tuning Fork shows on Sunday 9 & Monday 10 April.
The stone-hard riffing machine that is Endless Boogie return to NZ in April for one Auckland show at the Tuning Fork on Sunday 23rd April.
Los Angeles-based new romantic Andrew Keoghan returns for a specially curated show at Auckland's TheTuning Fork on Friday 28 April, celebrating the release of his critically acclaimed second album Every Orchid Offering.
By Janine Swail
Artist: Mundy & The Seamus Begley Trio
Date / Venue: Friday February 24th, 2017 - The Tuning Fork, Auckland
The New Zealand Music Managers Forum have announced that nominations are now open for the 2017 MMF Music Managers Awards!
Following on from recent news that the Louisiana-born, ‘King of Swamp Rock’, Tony Joe White’s show at The Tuning Fork on Sunday 9 April sold out, a new show date has been added
Louisiana born swamp rock legend Tony Joe White’s show at the Tuning Fork on Sunday 9 April has now sold out.
Xylouris White, the duo of Dirty Three drummer Jim White and Cretan lute player George Xylouris will make their debut New Zealand performance with a show at Auckland’s Tuning Fork on Wednesday 8 March 2017.
73 years old and still going strong, Louisiana-born Tony Joe White is nothing short of a musical treasure. A bona fide legend of the music game, White just keeps getting better.
Scuba Diva has been announced as the winner of the NZ On Air Critics’ Choice Prize as part of the 2016 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.
New Zealand fell in love with Lake Street Dive on their debut tour as part of WOMAD and the 2015 Auckland Arts Festival. Now the Brooklyn-based band is back this summer.