Finally back on NZ soil after a wonderful tour in Australia, Bryce has been invited by the promoters at Eccles Entertainment to open the show at The Riwaka Hotel for the multi-award winning music sensation Guy Sebastian for his NZ summer tour! Pics say it all.
Bryce recently visited his 2 sponsor children in Indonesia for the first time. He has now begun his tour in Australia. Come along to a show near you and hear some great stories and have the opportunity to sponsor a child with World Vision. All venue dates & links are up on the right hand side of this page.
The tour coincides with the release of his song “The Brightest Star” through Musik and Film Records in USA. Bryce will have special guests joining him on stage throughout the tour.
‘’The Brightest Star’’ is a song about giving hope from afar and was penned by Bryce after a conversation with an oil-rig maintenance diver who talked about the feeling of separation from his life above the surface and the comfort he gained through looking up at the stars from the sea floor. Bryce says this is how he sees sponsoring a child. “It’s giving someone hope from a long away away, and the outcome can dramatically change both parties – it certainly has changed the way I view the world.”
Buy the single NOW on iTunes for $1.79. Click on the image below!
Bryce says “The Festival was very busy, with 10 performances scheduled over the long weekend in venues near the Queenstown CBD. The weather gave us a surprise when it snowed! Leaving with special memories and newly formed friendships was a great feeling, only to be topped by the view out the window of the plane!”
This highly esteemed festival featured a combination of 70 International & top NZ acts. Bryce was asked to open for the headline act in the Skyline Resort, which was the place where Bryce was formerly employed to washed dishes (over 10 yrs ago) and marked the beginning of his music career.
“The new single called ‘You Got Me’ is about how great it is to have someone who is right behind you – which is kind of how I feel after the response to the first single. I hope people will download the song and start humming it” says Bryce
NZ Songbook & Six String tour going well and a full venue enjoyed the live DVD filming in Nelson last weekend. This week Bryce and Paul focus on playing shows to the lower South Island. Read the reviews page to hear what people are saying.
Grab a copy of the new single by clicking on the image, which will take you to the iTunes store.
Tickets are selling now so get in quick. Most venues have limited door sales available. (details on both of our websites)
Had a great show at the Vic cinema. Okurukuru Winery was packed out.
Read the gig review by Patrick Kilmartin – The Vic Cinema, Auckland September 2013
“These two troubadours delighted our local crowd here at The Vic, regaling us with an intimate show of warm, soulful folk, book-ended by humorous yet sincere storytelling. Warming up for what should be an interesting national tour, Jones and Wastney, like true musicians, have melded their respective solo acts into an interesting collaboration sparking both compositional interpretation and musical repertoires. Throughout the show, old and new songs were traded, restyled and freshly examined in a way that ultimately made it an authentic and enjoyable performance for all concerned. We wish them luck on the road and hope to see them again next time.”
Watch the 2 minute promo video and grab your diary!
Today Dead Man Walking went to #2 in the NZ iTunes country charts! Watch the Seven Sharp TV feature HERE