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Exclusive Live Stream: Patrick James Performance And Interview (Live At Music Feed Studio)

Written by Mike Hohnen on May 7, 2013

With his run of shows in support of Emma Louise coming to an end, Patrick James will be coming by Music Feeds Studio this Wednesday, 8th May to perform a stack of live streamed tunes from his debut EP. As well as showcasing the forthcoming release All About To Change, James will be chatting with the crew for a live streamed interview.

Despite being his maiden release, there is already a solid crowd forming around the Sydney based singer-songwriter. Having performed his own run of shows, including a sold out crowd at Sydney’s Vanguard, James hit the road as main support for Emma Louise. There certainly are a lot of ears pricked up in anticipation of the release so you won’t want to miss this stream.

2:20pm AEST – Soundcheck (Black and white, no audio)
2:45pm AEST – Performance
3:00pm AEST – Interview

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