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amyvee.com subscribers - check your email! The latest newsletter was sent out this morning with a bunch of info on upcoming shows and an update of what’s been happening in 2014.

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Peak Festival 2014

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I’m excited to announce that I will be appearing at Perisher Peak Festival this year. My set will be at The Man From Snowy River Hotel in Perisher Valley on Sunday 8 June from 1:30pm.

The annual all-ages festival will present a program of over 35 bands over 4 days at 9 on-snow venues across Perisher Valley on the June Long Weekend 6-9 June, headlined by The Herd.

I’ll be playing a selection of songs from my album and EP, as well as other well-travelled favourites and one or two new creations.

For more information on Peak Festival or to get tickets, visit www.peakfestival.com.au

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Lizottes show with Abby Dobson May 24

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JUST ANNOUNCED. I am thrilled to be supporting the gorgeous Abby Dobson at Lizotte’s Newcastle on Saturday 24th May. Tickets are now on sale at: http://newcastle.lizottes.com.au/live/index.asp

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Interview and article: Tuning In

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I recently sat down with Dez Robertson and Angela McKeown from Realized who put together this piece. I got to talk about my passion for music and mental health among other things that shape me as an artist and a human being. You’ll find more stuff like this on my CARE page or for further links and musings on creativity, follow my blog at www.amyveemusic.tumblr.com

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Six is Enough

I’ve been spending the last couple of months touring with my friend and Australian music icon Jon English as part of his show “Six is Enough” and this weekend we are bringing the show to my hometown of Newcastle. Excited to be able to share this little musical feast with my nearest and dearest.

The show features a bunch of Jon’s most well known works as well as a tip-of-the-hat to his ventures into musical theatre and music that has inspired him along the way. It also involves the six of us galavanting about the stage swapping instruments and stories and generally having a laugh.

If you’ve been living under a rock for the last 40 years, or you were only born this century, and need some familiarising, check out Jon’s recent interview on The Daily Edition below.

Check out my shows page for venue details and ticketing for Newcastle and Central Coast shows this weekend.

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