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Ladi6

A gig that holds potential to entrance all and inspire many.
By Fiona Connor
August 23, 2016
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By Fiona Connor
August 23, 2016
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If you're looking for an evening of entertainment that is guaranteed to impress your ears and touch your soul, look no further than Ladi6 live at Las Vegas. Ladi, joined by Parks, Julien Dyne, and Brandon Haru, will be hitting the stage at K-Road's Las Vegas to highlight their best, new and experimental tracks in The Alpha Sessions. The night will include a breakdown of existing songs and improvisation of new tracks with the intimate setting sure to set a romantic stage for the group.

Bringing their studio to the stage, which includes the use of vintage keyboards and drum machines, Parks said, "This time around we wanted to get away from making a specific type of record and just feel our way through what came out." Ladi continues, "We just wanted to trust ourselves and be authentic to what came naturally." 

It will be a showcase of some of our best musical talent. Ladi6 has been making Aotearoa proud since the release of her first album Time Is Not Much in 2008. She's got a smokey soul sound, catchy beats and a repertoire of hits such as 'Like Water' in 2011 which spent 22 weeks in the New Zealand Top 40. She's three albums deep into a successful career spanning over 15 years, time which has allowed Ladi to master her craft, define her sound and develop her ability as a songwriter. With a series of accolades to her name celebrating her skill, there's no question the Ladi will deliver over three nights in Auckland in a gig that holds potential to entrance all and inspire many.

 

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