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Shows! 15 October: in Tampere, 21 November: around the world

Posted at: 2021-10-14 22:06:26
Tomorrow I am coming back to Katubaari Axu! Katubaari Axu people, I have missed you!

As usual at Axu, the event is free entry but: you might like to take a little cash with you because I have just got very nice merch! Pretty (and practical!) magical things that will brighten your autumn and can even help me finally release my album if I sell them all. They will be 12,40 euro a piece.





Event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/351625133187867

Soon after the Tampere show, I will travel to the Netherlands and on 21 November I will play a concert with Chabliz, a Dutch band whose music I have loved and admired for a long time. We have played concerts together before, but it has been a while and I am very happy we can do this again. This time you can attend no matter where you are in the world: the concert will be streamed live on YouTube.

Chabliz have a lot of experience with online concerts now: the sound is superb and the concerts are filmed with several cameras. Not only the music, but also the technical side will be really good quality, so welcome, even if you have already watched a lot of online concerts since the start of the pandemic.





Event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1381904278874435

The concert will be streamed here on Chabliz YouTube channel.

I am looking for opportunities to play more shows. The information about the new shows will be here in the Shows section as soon as they are confirmed. But 21 November: please mark it in your calendars! It is not easy to book shows and especially in this pandemic reality, and it is not like it has ever been easy; it is also not easy to travel everywhere, but on 21 November I can play for you wherever you are, at the same time. Come and see us!



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Michael Hunter

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