Kid Mac

Kid Mac to play Mar. 25 show in Golden

Australian music sensation Kid Mac is set for a Western Canadian tour which includes a stop at the Rockwater on Tuesday Mar. 25.

Australian music sensation Kid Mac is taking time off of his movie projects, popular TV series, and recording for a B.C. /Alberta tour, which includes a stop at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on Tuesday March 25.

Hailing from Sydney’s south, Kid Mac has carved a name for himself in the Australian music scene with a sound that sets him apart from other artists. With lyrics that capture the experiences of today’s youth, super catchy sing along melodies, dance floor beats and fine-tuned live presence, Kid Mac is setting himself up to be one of Australia’s future influential figures.

Outside the studio, Mac has been hitting the touring circuit with his 3 piece band in tow – blowing up dance floors here and overseas including supports for US artist Mickey Avalon, Brazil’s Marcelo D2, The Beautiful Girls, Bliss N Eso, The Game and a personal request from RZA to join Wu Tang Clan’s Australian tour. All this plus several of his own headline shows, appearances at Playground Weekender Festival and Ripe Festivals, a Best Urban Artist 2010 at the MusicOz Awards, and 2012 Artist Of The Year has seen Kid Mac’s fan-base grow and arsenal of tracks build and strengthen.

He will be in Canada promoting his new album Head Noise.

For more information, go to www.kidmacmusic.com.

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