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Much loved Los Angeles based, New Zealand singer-songwriter GIN WIGMORE is returning home for a five-date regional tour including the lauded Black Barn Amphitheatre on Sunday 6 March.
Gin’s unmistakable raw and raspy powerhouse vocals will exhilarate fans with her rollicking stage presence and characteristic mix of pop, rock, blues and soul when she performs for her Hawke's Bay fans next year.
For over a decade, Wigmore’s gift for songwriting has produced a fulsome body of emotive and fierce hit’s such as ‘Oh My’, ‘Hey Ho’, ‘Black Sheep’ ‘Man Like That’, ‘Kill of the Night’, ‘Written In The Water’ and more recent tracks, ‘Girl Gang’, ‘Woman’ and ‘HBIC’.
Gin Wigmore first came to global attention after winning the US International Song Writing Competition at the age of 18. She was the youngest and first unsigned artist to win the Grand Prize. She also became the first New Zealand artist to sign to Island Records and has since released four albums to critical acclaim. Her first album ‘Holy Smoke’ is certified 4 x platinum and her second, ‘Gravel & Wine’ 2 x platinum. Many of her best-known tracks (‘Kill Of The Night’, ‘Black Sheep’, ‘Man Like That’, ‘Girl Gang’) have been featured in commercials, film and tv shows around the world.
Gin’s latest single ‘Hand Over Heart’ was written following the loss of her dog Indiana who was her best friend and faithful companion. ‘Hand Over Heart’ is a piano ballad about the deep love and affection we have for those who are closest to us and who share the good and bad times with us.
Currently based in Los Angeles with her family, Gin who also recently became a US citizen is writing and recording songs for her new album to be released in 2022.
Tickets are on sale at 12 pm Tuesday, December 14.
My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning at 12 pm Monday, December 13, concluding at 11 am Tuesday, December 14.
Events at Black Barn Amphitheatre follow the New Zealand COVID-19 Protection Framework ORANGE level guidelines for concerts and gatherings. For entry into events, ticket holders are required to hold a valid NZ vaccine passport, it will be scanned at the point of entry and may be validated against your I.D or drivers license. Concerts-goers are encouraged to scan in using the NZ COVID-19 Tracing App and to wear masks. For more information please visit covid19.govt.nz
At Black Barn, we don't take our natural wonderland for granted. We are committed to minimising waste, conserving and reusing our resources ultimately working towards Zero Waste Events. We need your help to do this, assist our Waste Minimisation Hero's at stations around the Amphitheatre to separate your waste correctly.