Dunedin sounds coming to town

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Four Dunedin songwriting acts are hitting the road and Timaru is included on the itinerary.
Ronnie Stash, Darryl Baser, Henry Phillip Wilson and The Acoustic Paintings — Joshua Urquhart and Danie Erickson — will play at Timaru bar The Factory tomorrow night.
The gig will also feature Timaru band Last Chance Dogs.
The reason for the tour was as much about experience as anything, the musicians said.
Each performer in the line-up regularly performs in the Dunedin area, and is now hoping to have their music travel further than the Dunedin borders.
Each act plays original music, and are all acoustic but with varying styles.
Stash describes his sound as ‘‘sweet southern acoustic styles’’, while Baser has been a staple in the Dunedin music scene for many years and recently released his album through Zelle Records called Raw Selfie on to vinyl.
The Acoustic Paintings describes themselves as ‘‘all acoustic in a singersongwriter style’’.
Wilson is the lead singer of the Dunedin band The INTERSECTIONists.
He began performing again in Dunedin again recently, after moving back to region from Australia where he had lived since 2007.