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He’ll take that as a question: Q&A with Andrew W.K.

Following the announcement of Groovin The Moo appearances and sideshows all over the country, guerrilla rock ‘n’ roller Andrew W.K. is giving Melbourne fans the opportunity for a tête-à-tête. The Manhattan muso and all-round good time gent will be hanging out at Polyester Records in Flinders Lane for a Q&A session on May 3 from 5.30 p.m., being pumped by store co-owner Simon Karis on the meaning of life. Fans will also have the chance to ask any burning questions they’ve got. Best of all, it’s free! Party on!

 

Ask me anything…

 

Support acts for Andrew W.K. have also been announced, with Aleister X joining him around the nation. Bitter Sweet Kicks are ready to tear Melbourne a new one, while Brisbane local Scraps is set to appear at The Zoo. Sydney audiences will be treated to good ol’ fashioned garage love from Bang! Bang! Rock n roll and Perth gets Frozen Ocean.

 

Wednesday 2 May – Pier Live, Frankston

Tickets: ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.com.au

 

Thursday 3 May – Polyester Q&A session

Free entry from 5.30pm, 288 Flinders Lane

 

Friday 4 May – Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Presented by RRR

Supports: Bitter Sweet Kicks

Tickets: Corner Box Office, www.cornerhotel.com, by phone 9427 9198 and 57 Swan St, Richmond 12-8 Mon-Sat.

 

Wednesday 9 May – The Zoo, Brisbane

Supports: Scraps

Tickets: Oztix, online at www.oztix.com.au, by phone 1300 762 545, from the venue online at www.thezoo.com.au and the usual outlets.

 

Thursday 10 May – The Standard, Sydney

Supports: Bang Bang Rock n Roll

Tickets: Moshtix, online www.moshtix.com.au, by phone 1300 Get Tix (438 849) and Moshtix outlets. Also through Penny Drop online: http://pennydrop.oztix.com.au.

 

Thursday 17 May – The Bakery, Perth

Supports: Frozen Ocean

Tickets: from the venue, www.nowbaking.com.au and OzTix, online at www.oztix.com.au, by phone 1300 762 545

 

Watch Andrew W.K. – erm, getting wet at Meredith music festival in 2007.

 

 


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