Musician, best-selling author, TED speaker, and community leader Amanda Palmer is paying homage to New Zealand with a very special new EP and tour.
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Singer/Songwriter Amanda Palmer, who spent over two years waylaid in Aotearoa (New Zealand) with her young son during the pandemic, returns to the Antipodes for a very special and intimate run of shows in Australia and NZ.
Palmer has lovingly collected the material she wrote and recorded during her accidental Kiwi pandemic period into an EP titled New Zealand Survival Songs, which was funded by the 10,000 patrons who support her unusual, fully-crowdfunded career as a touring songwriter and recording artist.
She plans to have a good old catch-up, tell the stories behind the songs, yarn about her time in lockdown, and play a selection of old Dresden Dolls and solo favourites. She'll also be sharing a selection of brand-new unreleased works from The Dresden Dolls forthcoming album - their first in fifteen years - arranged for solo piano, in anticipation of the Dolls' return to the southern hemisphere.
Running time: Approximately 2.5 hours including interval
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