Four of New Zealand’s busiest songwriters offer an entertaining evening of wordplay, musical and otherwise, as they join forces to perform their favourite original songs.
Andrew London, Wayne Mason, Laura Collins and Rob Joass are all well-seasoned musicians who all tour their own respective bands, sometimes internationally. Coming together in Too Many Chiefs to celebrate song-writing and share stories from the road, they bring a heady musical blend of influences and styles, ranging from blues and jazz to country and folk, all infused with an element of social commentary, personal reflection and occasional gentle satire. Also quite a lot of between-song mickey-taking. Details here.