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Here’s the Deal: Fly My Pretties Tickets

Here’s how you can win four tickets to see Fly My Pretties bring their Homeland tour to the NBS Theatre in Westport next Saturday.

You need to be a Club Fresh member, or be intending to join, and then you will be eligible to go in the draw. That’ll cost you just $30 dollars for the year, and help support Fresh FM its the wonderful programmes.

Here’s a sample of what you’ll be in for, Hit the Hay:


About Fly My Pretties

Fly My Pretties are a collaborative group of musicians who only record live albums. There are 12 musicians involved in this tour, including founder Barnaby Weir and featuring Anika Moa, Ryan Prebble, Mike Fabulous and Mel Parsons.

Read all about the band and the tour on

Show 2 – Nature’s Worst, Paul Williams and Fly My Pretties ticket giveaway

Lend me your ears next Wednesday at eight on Fresh FM and online, and you’ll hear some hilarious, honest and hard case Kiwi songs.

  • Selections from Nature’s Worst, an annual compilation of songs about New Zealand;
  • A track from the only South Island band in the rockquest finals – AashaWill&Cullen;
  • (Hopefully) An interview with Paul Williams – part-time rapper and Guy William’s brother;
  • Go in the draw to win four tickets to Fly My Pretties Westport Gig (if you aren’t a member already, join Club Fresh to be eligible);
  • Plus regular features:
    • downbeat upbeat – where a listener chooses the tracks;
    • track from the stack – blowing the cobwebs off Kiwi music history.

Join In

Find out how you can join in, and tune in on Wednesday at eight to listen live.

Tune your wireless


or to these FM frequencies:

  • Nelson-Tasman 104.8
  • Golden Bay 95.0
  • Blenheim 88.9

See you at eight on Wednesday!

Win an album download

Inside the piano - Nelson School of Music
The inner workings of the piano used by Mike Beever in his latest recording.

Make sure you tune in on Wednesday night to hear some of Nelson-based composer Mike Beever’s recent piano recordings.

We’ll learn a little about the process and equipment that he uses, and some of the interesting ways his music has been used. Best of all, Mike’s kindly offered to give a download copy of the EP to one lucky listener.

So send in a contribution of some sort and remember to include your email address so we can get in touch if you are the winner.



Well done to Matt who won our first giveaway.