News from nowhere
Graeme James has a reputation as ‘a genuine and dynamic live artist’.
Folk musician Graeme James Crehan (known as Graeme James) is bringing his News From Nowhere tour to Queenstown and Wanaka in October.
The Palmerston North artist started his career in 2012 busking on Wellington streets.
He has just released his first folk/ alt-pop album.
James uses a loop pedal to layer violin, guitar, bass, baritone ukulele, percussion and beatbox.
Originally known for innovative versions of well known songs and his ‘make it up as you go’ attitude, James has performed more than 600 times in recent years.
His performances have earnt him a loyal fan base and a reputation as a genuine and dynamic live artist.
His 10-track News From Nowhere album leads with the acclaimed single Alive, released in late 2015.
Alive was a finalist in the international songwriting competition, Unsigned Only, and along with three other songs, was featured in the Australian television drama series, 800 Words.
James has eleven shows in September and October.
His tour is the first opportunity for fans to experience a show primarily of his original material.
He will also do three shows in Australia.
See it in Queenstown: The Sherwood, Friday October 7, 8pm.
See it in Wanaka: Gin & Raspberry, Saturday October 8, 8pm.
Tickets: Eventfinda.com, $10 online and $15 on the door.