NEW SUN RISING RELEASED
 
                         
Cover of NSR

Now available worldwide right here in New Zealand
Have a Look and Listen at Amplifier (
link)

INTERVIEW FROM NZ LIVE w/ JIM MORA
(National Radio, June 4):
PRESS HERE

Reviews:

NZ Musician (CLICK)
Learn how to create passive income through your musical talent from this guide on passive income ideas. Think it isn't possible? Starving artists no longer need to exist as we have business models that can be used to create income for musicians! 

Musicians no longer need to be starving artists. In the internet age, there are many ways for us to monetise our skills and passions. From the likes of Patreon to business training like the Sam Ovens Consulting Accelerator course (you can read a comprehensive review on Bengu). These platforms enable us to share our work with the world and be compensated like we should for it.

The days of busking for pennies are over. We can find true fans through the internet and get them to pay us a small fee to share our work with them. If you have just 1000 fans on Patreon paying you $5 a month, that's enough for you to sustain a pretty decent lifestyle as a musician. So don't waste your time doing things like busking. Invest in your education and start growing your online presence. The rewards are far greater!

 
 









 
 
 
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Upcoming Concerts:

Sunday August 8
Dex de Lux, Christchurch
8:00
LINK

 

Sunday August 15
New Edinburgh Folk Club, Dunedin
Double bill w/ Steve McGlone
7:30
LINK


BED MONKEY VIDEO  PUNCH HERE
Attic Life

[Directed and filmed by Costa Botes, Lone Pine Film & TV Productions]

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A wonderful guitar picker, who sings a set of Dylan-like lyrics, heavily influenced by his American cowboy background.  Maybe he can't ride a horse, but he certainly takes you there with his songs.  - Roger Giles, President of Devonport Folk Music Club & Auckland Folk Festival Inc

Leschen writes with his heart on his sleeve, and captures the moment with cynically crafted and surreal references to worldly ways, posturing by the undeserving and aloof in front of a backdrop of Americana. - Andy Bramwell, Waikato Times

Comfortable backporch music best suited at the end of a hard day and a cold beer.  His easy going style belie a knack for literary detail and story telling that's way above the typical folk singer. - Calvin Powers, Taproot Radio
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Pselaphine Beetle

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