Womad ready to fly

Last updated 16:11 15/03/2013
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Fly my pretties front man Barnaby Weir about their Friday night show at Womad

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New Zealand's own Fly My Pretties is getting set to headline the opening night of Womad.

Creator of the popular collaboration, Barnaby Weir, took some time out pre-gig to chat with the Taranaki Daily News.

Weir said it was an honour to be asked to play at Womad and he couldn't wait to get on stage and feel the ''buzz''.

The gates open at 6pm and Fly My Pretties play at 10.30pm on the TSB Bowl Stage.

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- Taranaki Daily News

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