Fresh from the release of her debut album “Where Wildflowers Grow”, Raylee is heading out on tour with Jocee Tuck.
Raylee Bradfield is a name known to many musicians who’ve sought out her vocal coaching expertise and guidance towards developing their craft. But turning that energy inwards in this season, she’s quietly become one of the best-kept secrets of Auckland’s alt-country scene, flooring audiences with her classic country songwriting and heartworn voice. For fans of Gillian Welch and Patty Griffin, Bradfield’s songs stay with you - haunting, lonesome and powerful.
Alongside Bradfield is Jocee Tuck - xylophone enthusiast, chamber-pop wizard and long-time friend and vocal student of Bradfield’s. Previously seen performing at the Silver Scrolls Awards, opening for Andrew Bird, and playing up and down the country with indie pop act Bear Cat - In recent years Jocee Tuck has released her debut album Mount Dora. With a maximalist vision that combines Sufjan Stevens-esque fanfare, doo-wop harmony and alt-country wistfulness - her performances with concert xylophone and ensemble are a unique spectacle that has critics and fans spellbound.
These two unique voices are not to be missed playing alongside each other up and down the country.
Tickets from www.undertheradar.co.nz for $15.
Door sales $20
Doors will open at 7pm