Thursday, April 22, 2010

Frank Turner

Well if it isn't Frank Turner himself? FT. The ol' T-meister. We've got the one and only Mr Turner for his debut HK show. What a show it promises to be, as the boy Turner has been on a swift upward trajectory with his brand of folk/punk sing-song-a-longs. He's been selling out dates both sides of the Atlantic and is quickly earning a reputation for his updated, politically conscious Billy Bragg-esque tuneage.

Support on the night comes from NYC's McKenzie Eddy: Sweet Maccers. The Ed-ster etc etc. sorry. (False) monikers aside, McKenzie Eddy is a multi-talented singer/songwriter. She features on rapper Curren$y's upcoming album, Pilot Talk, makes regular guest appearances with the Disco Biscuits, and plays solo shows at New York City's the Bitter End, serenading crowds while playing the grand piano. She's also part of hip hop mogul Damon Dash's stable. So there.

We've also just confirmed the glorious news that Luke Chow has been tempted out onto the stage for an acoustic solo show whilst his ever-hungry ghosts are temporarily awol.

All in all, sounds like a party!

The Peoples’ Party Presents:
Frank Turner
+ Special Guests McKenzie Eddy + Luke Chow
May 7th
2/F The Phoenix, 21-25 Luard Rd, Wan Chai
Tickets: $180 (incl 1 drink) from the venue and White Noise Records

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