Andrew London Trio

Andrew London's whimsical songs reflect the national psyche with gentle irreverence, and playfully lampoon many of New Zealand society's obsessions and taboos. Themes run the gamut from rugby fans, television evangelists, politicians and weddings to male insecurities, technophobia, youth culture, household appliances, pretentious socialites, parenthood, and various other issues of concern to the average middle-aged, middle-class Middle-Earth-dwelling Kiwi. 

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Too Many Chiefs

From a chance meeting in a Paekakariki cafe in 2012, four singer/songwriter bandleaders hatched a cunning plan to join forces and present a show featuring their favourite original songs, without their usual 'Indians'. Although working in slightly different genres the Chiefs discovered enough common ground to compile a repertoire that brings together elements of jazz, country, folk, blues and good old rock'n'roll, and showcases some of the best songwriting New Zealand has to offer.

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