Taxiride are taking their acoustic shows to NSW -


Taxiride are taking their acoustic shows to NSW

by Paul Cashmere on June 30, 2019

in News

Taxiride will play their acoustic and story telling shows in New South Wales in August and September.

The ‘Live in our Lounge Room’ tour is a two-part show telling the history of Taxiride through words and music. The band began in Tim Wild’s Camberwell home in 1997 and just two years later generated a number one album with their first album ‘Imaginate’.

“Now, 20 years on, it’s time to re¬visit and share the magic, the vibe, those heady times and the dream of 4 individuals all pushing in the same direction. 4 young men, 12 songs, and a dream, all crafted from one very special lounge room in Camberwell,” says the band’s Jason Singh.

Tim Watson said, “Our fans have seen us and know us from our touring in recent years. But this time we wanted to do something really special and so the ‘Live In Our Lounge Room’ concept was born. We want to share where we came from, how we evolved, and what makes us tick. To tell the stories behind the birth of songs like ‘Get Set’, ‘Creepin’ Up Slowly’, and ‘Everywhere You Go’, as well as happy crazy moments and the tales of discord and woe that created a hiatus in the band’s history. The ‘Live In Our Lounge Room’ tour marks a return to the how, what and why that made Taxiride a part of Australian music history.”

‘Live In Our Lounge Room’ Tour Dates

Thurs 29 Aug – Brass Monkey, Cronulla, NSW
Fri 30th Aug – Manly Leagues Club, Manly, NSW
Sat 31st Aug – Royal Hotel, Queanbeyan, NSW
Sun 1st Sept – Lizottes, Newcastle, NSW

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