Milk Carton Kids to appear at Acoustic Centre in-store

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Milk Carton Kids to appear at Acoustic Centre in-store

Milk Carton Kids

The Milk Carton Kids have earned quite the moniker for themselves as far as folk duos go.

Beginning with their record Prologue in 2011, The Milk Carton Kids have toured extensively, often seen with at least one Martin acoustic guitar. Kenneth Pattengale’s love for small-bodied mahogany Martin guitars has been a hallmark of their sound and has resulted with a great relationship with the Martin Custom Shop, collaborating closely with the design process and development of his custom instruments and a special signature model. Joey Ryan has also joined the Martin club with the addition of a DSS-17 dreadnought to his collection.

Along with their Martins, and coupled with hypnotic vocal harmonies and masterfully written songs and arrangements, Joey and Kenneth have built quite the following as The Milk Carton Kids.

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June and July sees the duo downunder for a limited tour across the East Coast supporting their new album I Only See The Moon. As they tour the county, what better place for a folk duo to stop than Acoustic Centre? Acoustic Centre has been Melbourne’s specialist acoustic store for decades, and The Milk Carton Kids will be doing an in-store from 4pm on Monday July 3rd. They’ll be playing live, talking shop and answering your questions!

Milk Carton Kids Martin flyer

If that weren’t enough, you can also go into the running to win a Martin Strings & Accessories pack worth over $150. Years of touring with some huge names in rock, folk and country has surely given The Milk Carton Kids many stories they’ll be sharing, so this is an afternoon not to be missed.

The duo appear at a list of dates throughout July, and starting their tour in Queenscliff on June 30th at the Queenscliff Town Hall. The Milk Carton Kids will be appearing at Acoustic Centre in South Melbourne thanks to Martin Guitars and Electric Factory.

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