Folk Implosion co-founder's tour
One-time oollege radio favourite John Davis - part of The Folk Implosion in the '90'- is heading to Australasia.
Davis and Dinosaur Jr bassist Lou Barlow co-founded The Folk Implosion in 1993 while the latter was looking for a different outlet to Sebadoah, his band at the time.
Davis left in 2000. He now now records and tours solo and with a band of rotating characters based in Durham, NC, USA.
Davis's June-July 2019 tour of New Zealand and Australia will consist of duo shows, with John on guitar and electronics and Rob Chamberlain on drums and electronics. Sets will mix material from John's Shrimper Records solo catalogue (both old and recent), and material drawn from the Folk Implosion archive of the '90's.
Records and merch will be available for sale, including a new instrumental
release "Gnawing On the Bone".
Wine Bar, Auckland, June 26
Nivara Lounge, Hamilton, June 27
Voodoo Lounge, Tauranga, June 28
Common Room, Hastings, June 29
Snails Run Artist Space, Palmerston North, June 30
Lucky Bar, Whanganui, July 1
Moon1, Wellington July 4
Settler Theater, Oamaru, July 5
The Cook, Dunedin, July 6
The Barrytown Hall, Barrytown, July 10
Darkroom, Christchurch, July 11
The Townie, Sydney, July 12
Mosh Pit, Sydney, July 13
Gasoline Pony, Sydney, July 14
Brisbane Hotel, Hobart, July 18
Gasometer, Melbourne, July 19