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Code One presents

Thomas Oliver

with special guests

Sunday 11 June 2017 (opening 12.30pm)

at Leadbelly ( venue info )
42 KING STREET, NEWTOWN NSW
http://theleadbelly.com.au/

**18+**

Reserve Tickets

Price includes booking fees


GENERAL ADMISSION


General Admission $17.85

DINNER & SHOW PACKAGES



Dinner & Show Package includes a ticket and a 1 course dinner - main.

Reservation times are 6.30pm, 7pm and 7.30pm depending on availability.

You will be asked to email your preferred reservation time at the end of the purchase process.

Please note, failure in providing a reservation time may result in a delay before being seated.

TABLE FOR 2 $92.85
(MAY BE COMMUNAL TABLE)
TABLE FOR 4 $185.65
(INDIVIDUAL TABLE of 4)
TABLE FOR 6 $278.50
(INDIVIDUAL TABLE of 6)
TABLE FOR 8 $371.30
(INDIVIDUAL TABLE of 8)
TABLE FOR 10 $464.10
(INDIVIDUAL TABLE of 10)

Please Note: All tickets sold through this site are General Admission unless stated Dinner & Show. Dinner & Show guarantees you a reserved table and seat. GA tickets are allocated for standing room only. A general admission ticket does not guarantee seating. For enquiries please call the venue on (02) 9557 7992

Thomas Oliver is a New Zealand singer-songwriter, internationally recognised as one of the world’s leading players of the Weissenborn lap-steel guitar. He is set to release his first solo album of lyrical songs, Floating In The Darkness, on April 28th this year, featuring his Silver-Scroll award-winning hit, “If I Move To Mars”.

Thomas released the world's first full-length, all-instrumental, all-Weissenborn album in 2013, titled Beneath The Weissenborn. The album debuted at #6 on the NZ charts, received 5 star reviews, and sold out shows across the nation.

With over two million views on his YouTube channel, Thomas has developed an international audience from his home base in New Zealand, and has performed throughout New Zealand, Australia, Europe and Vietnam, and has toured and shared the stage with such legends as Joe Cocker, Eric Clapton and Fat Freddy's Drop.

“He joins Leo Kotke, Ry Cooder and Michael Hedges as someone who has made buying a guitar album a must.” – Stuff.co.nz *****

“Harper fans should investigate” – NZ Herald

His vast diversity in his vocal delivery has also earned him a reputation as a vocalist in Drum & Bass and other electronic music, and his list of collaborations includes some of DnB's most respected producers, including Black Sun Empire, Rido, Concord Dawn and Urbandawn, and boasts releases on prestigious labels including Andy C's RAM Records and Goldie's Metalheadz. More recently, his single, “If I Move To Mars”, was remixed by Urbandawn and released on Hospital Records in January this year.

October 2015 saw the release of his much-loved (and critically appraised) single “If I Move To Mars”, which would go onto win the prestigious APRA AMCOS Silver Scroll award a year later. With airplay support from ZM, The Hits and The Edge, it nabbed a place in the Official NZ Music Chart for 5 weeks. Accompanied by a specially crafted music video directed and produced by Ben Hawkins and Stephen Lambert of Weta Workshop, the song took visual form as Thomas drifted through space in a specially designed spacesuit.

Watch “If I Move To Mars” here: https://youtu.be/xlxBdc2IBJI

“If I Move To Mars” gave us a glance into the melting pot of Thomas’ largely self-produced, written and mixed new album, Floating In The Darkness, which was completed with the love and support of a successful crowd-funding campaign. The pledge reached $22,500, which was $5,000 over its $17,500 target, from fans and supporters, locally and worldwide, allowing Thomas to create the album he had conceptualized with the help of a few friends along the way such as Rhian Sheehan (co-wrote “Let It Be This One”), Grammy Award-winning engineer, Trina Shoemaker, Louis Baker (B/Vs on “Shine Like The Sun”), Vlado Meller and more.

Following his Silver Scroll win, Thomas released an acoustic version of “If I Move To Mars” and added to the star-studded Bob Marley tribute album, Stir It Up – Aotearoa’s Tribute To Bob Marley, with his spiritual, airy rendition of “Is This Love”. He then spent the latter part of 2016 between LA and Nashville in co-writing sessions.

Thomas now releases the second single from Floating In The Darkness in the satisfying, joyous groove of “Shine Like The Sun”.

This is an 18+ event.

* Over 18's only unless advertised otherwise. * Photo ID is essential,­ acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence or Passport. Please check with the venue for any other acceptable forms of photo ID * All children under 18 not permitted including small children and babies * Intoxicated persons will not be admitted * No thongs or steel cap boots * The venue reserves the right to refuse admission to any person * Dangerous behaviour including Crowd Surfing, Stage Diving, Moshing and Violent Dancing is not allowed and will result in your immediate removal from this venue.*Inappropriate behaviour at this venue will lead to your banning.*