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Fri, 22 February 2013

His Merry Men The PILLOW Tour!

Filed under: hip hop / rap music, Dance Party, contemporary music, rock music, Gigs, Tours — site admin @ 1:38 pm

His Merry Men
Hey Merry Hombres!
His Merry Men are pleased to announce our first tour of 2013, the PILLOW Tour!
Join them as they embark on a four date tour of Oz to launch their new single ‘Pillow’ from their debut CD ‘Kind of Loud.’
See His Merry Men live:
Friday, March 15
Solbar, Ocean Street, Maroochydore Sunshine Coast, QLD
With The Bon Scotts and Captain Dreamboat
Price Info: $12 Pre sale, $15 Door
Saturday, March 16
The Beetle Bar, Upper Roma Street, Brisbane, QLD (MAP)
With The Bon Scotts and Inversity
Price Info: $12 Pre sale, $15 Door
Friday, March 22
The Camelot Lounge, Marrickville Road, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW
With The Bon Scotts
Price Info: $12 Pre sale, $15 Door
Saturday, March 23
The Empress Hotel, Nicholson Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne, VIC
With The Bon Scotts, Supports TBA
Price Info: $12 Pre sale, $15 Door

“Move over The Cat Empire, Brisbane has it’s very own home-grown funk and soul band, His Merry Men.” Lara Lauth (Brisbane South City News - 2012)
Their classic, ol’skool sound borrows influences from Surf Rock, Neo-Soul and Hip Hop and mixes it all up to create their own big, brassy funkfest! His Merry Men bring a fat 9-piece sound and dance party attitude to every gig. They sport suave outfits, face melting dance moves and a dynamite 4-piece horn section, the ‘Hell Yeah Horns’.
“If you love bands like the Bamboos, then I reckon you’ll love His Merry Men’s totally danceable tunes………They’ve only been playing together for two years, but tight
musicianship makes it seem like it’s surely been longer”
Sarah Howells (Triple J Magazine-2012)
“I’ve been to a lot of shows this year, and I’m not kidding when I say this leaves every single one of them for dead” Josh Donellan (Rave Magazine-2012)
“The band have quickly made a name for themselves because of their vivacious live performances, thankfully they’ve managed to capture this perfectly on record.
(Rave Magazine: Super Secret Spies Review - 2011)

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