US band's sneaky show in Dunedin

A visiting American independent folk group have been entertaining crowds across the south, with one last performance in Dunedin tonight before they head to the North Island.

Three piece band Sneaky Bones kicked off a nationwide New Zealand tour in Invercargill earlier this week and have now made their way to Dunedin for tonight's performance

The band's singer, Matthew Bean visited Dunedin, and a few other centres around Aotearoa last year, and liked it so much he brought the band back this year.

"I  really loved getting around the country and got to experience some of the music coming out of New Zealand as well and was pretty stoked about that", he said.

It's the first time in New Zealand for the group's drummer, Marshall Wildman, who has been with the band for two years and seen a lot of the world in that time.

"We've done a bunch of touring across Europe - three times now, and now we're here", he said.

Sneaky Bones are set to play their last southern show of their 2019 world tour at Dog With Two Tails in Moray Pl tonight. 

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