Emerging singer-songwriter Shiloh Bromley is holding her debut EP CD release party at Bethany’s on The Square tomorrow evening.
Shiloh Bromley is all set to celebrate. The 19-year-old graduate from UCOL’s Diploma in Contemporary Music Performance has not only secured an opening spot for February’s Ginny Blackmore concert in The Square on February 28, she has her first CD to launch.
Alive, a four-track EP comes to life tomorrow (Thursday) evening with a free concert at Bethany’s cafe and restaurant on The Square.
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Shiloh teamed up with her bandmates during the UCOL programme, recording her songs over a week in early October last year. The tracks were produced
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‘‘It’s a really good course,’’ she says, crediting UCOL lecturers Graham Johnston and Kane Parsons with getting her the Ginny Blackmore gig,
Writing songs since she was 13, Shiloh says she has plenty of other contemporary pop and gospel numbers to fill the live set.
The young performer is moving to Christchurch in April and hopes to further her musical ambitions there, while commuting to Palmerston North to continue playing with her band.
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