Mia Dyson's 'I Meant Something to you Once' national tour
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Mia Dyson's 'I Meant Something to you Once' national tour




Mia Dyson returns to the airwaves and the road with a new single and tour announcement.

  

In 2005, 'Parking Lots' was the ARIA Award winning follow up album to Mia Dyson's debut, 'Cold Water'. 'I Meant Something To You Once' is the final single off that album, with Mia re-recording the album track especially for radio, live at Kingdom Hall (WA) joined by her current rhythm section Wayne Freer (bass) and Angus Diggs (drums).

  

Finally jumping off the festival circuit, with Mia seemingly been selected for every Australian event over the past two year and recently crowned as Rhythms Magazine 2005 Artist of The Year, Mia Dyson hits the road for a run of tour dates in May and June.

  

Mia Dyson's 'I Meant Something to You Once' Tour With special guest Liz Stringer

  

Thursday, May 18 - Karova Lounge, Ballarat Friday, May 19 - Spanish Club, Fitzroy Saturday, May 20 - Meeniyan Hall, Foster Thursday, May 25 - The Basement, Sydney Friday, May 26 - Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle Saturday, May 27 - Live at Lizottes, Kincumber Sunday, May 28 - The Heritage, Bulli Thursday, June 1 - The Zoo, Brisbane Friday, June 2 - Sound Lounge, Currumbin RSL Saturday, June 3 - Joes Waterhole, Eumundi Sunday, June 4 - A & I Hall, Byron Bay Thursday, June 8 - Prince of Wales, Bunbury Friday, June 9 - Three Bears Bar, Dunsborough Saturday, June 10 - Rosemount Hotel, North Perth Sunday, June 11 - Fly By Night, Fremantle

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