He's just finished the annual national Church Tour, earning rave reviews, he is nominated for five major VNZMA's, he's also been nominated for an Aria, and the Apra Silver Scroll, and now Marlon Williams has announced a special one-off show at the Powerstation on March 9, 2016.
Yes, the young man is so heavily in-demand that March next year is the earliest he can nail down a date for another headlining show with his marvellous band The Yarra Benders, which includes the ubiquitous Dave Khan, Williams' high school friend Ben Woolley, and Melburnian Gus Agars.
Over the next few months Williams will be performing at CMJ Festival in New York, touring the UK, Europe, and Australia, performing with Paul Kelly and Lucinda Williams.
Williams will also be heading to the McLaren Valley festival in January.
He recently completed two acting roles: The Beautiful Lie, an ABC drama series where he plays a musician, and the feature film of Eleanor Catton's first book The Rehearsal, where he stars alongside James Rolleston as a young drama student.
You can read an in-depth interview with him in this weekend's issue of Canvas, and tickets for his show at the Powerstation will be available through Ticketmaster from Thursday October 22.
In other tour news, Don McGlashan is taking a unique approach for his next tour: he'll be playing at venues around Auckland that take in one suburb at a time.
The singer-songwriter is performing five Auckland shows in November with shows planned in Papakura, Devonport, Mt Eden, Coatesville and Waiheke Island.
McGlashan's There Goes the Neighbourhood Tour, with his Secret Compartments bandmates Tom Rodwell and Chris O'Connor, will be a chance for fans to see songs from his recent album Lucky Stars, as well as songs from throughout his career, in intimate venues.
He'll be playing Papakura's Hawkins Theatre on November 25, Devonport's St Paul's Hall on November 26, Mt Eden's Village Centre on November 27, Coatesville's Settlers Hall on November 28 and Waiheke's Oyster Inn on November 29.
TimeOut awarded Lucky Stars five of them, singling out the song For Your Touch for particular praise, calling it "a personal classic".
Visit donmcglashan.com for ticket details.
Meanwhile, Jackson Browne is making his first New Zealand appearance since 2009 with a Civic Theatre show planned for April 3 on the back of his appearance at Australia's Bluesfest. Tickets will be on sale on October 23 through Ticketmaster.
He'll be playing in support of his latest album, Standing in the Breach.
Another summer tour has been announced this week, with the annual Clash of the Titans tour returning with a new line-up. This year it's Dragon, Mi-Sex, and The Angels who will be playing seven shows across New Zealand throughout February, tossing a coin each night to find out which order they will perform in.
The veteran rock and roll acts are all promising to play their best known hits, from April Sun In Cuba, to Computer Games, and No Secrets, and give punters a true rock n roll show.
They will be starting the tour at the Auckland Town Hall on Friday February 19, then heading to Claudelands Arena in Hamilton on February 20, Blackbarn Vineyards in Havelock North on February 21, Shed 6 in Wellington on February 23, Bedford Marquee in Christchurch on February 26, Dunedin Town Hall on February 27, and Civic Theatre in Invercargill on February 28.