Ninth China Tour 2007

Alternative rock band Ninth (MySpace) is coming to China in March.

Check out their songs Steal the day back, The Run and Last Lullaby on MySpace.

Read more about the band Ninth and their upcoming China tour (8th – 14th)…

About Ninth

Inspired by most rock forms, electronica and ethnic music, Ninth blends their influences into their own new style. While the arrangements are never predictable, the melody is still the main priority and is instant and catchy .

Ninth started out as a studio project for guitarist/composer Geir Satre. The goal was to make original music, combining rock, electronica and even classical harmonic structure without loosing the melody. The result is a complex original landscape of sound, with the simplicity and honesty of vocals often found in pop , rock and roots music.

Critics desrcibe their music as “challenging but not difficult to completely fall in love with” and say ” the band takes the listener seriously.”, Ninth is a rock band with lots of temperament, resulting in both warmth and hyper active moments. “We wanna make music that matters. The ideal is that the artist challenges the listener, pushing ideas further, while still reaching out to people. Touching them in a different way. Now that is the ideal art of music, as we see it..”

Ninth live on stage

Tour Dates

8 March – Beijing- Live house,Gulou Dongdajie 111#

9 March – Wuhan- VOX bar,Lumo road

10 March- Hefei- Revolutionary bar,Jinzhai road

11 March- Nanjing- Jidi 77 bar,Hanzhong road 129#

12 March- Shanghai- Harley bar,Nandan road 256#

13 March- Shanghai- 4live club,Jianguozhong road 8#

14 March- Beijing- Nameless highland bar,Anhuili yiqu building 14#

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