The Andrew London Trio is my main vehicle for my satirical, whimsical and comedic songs, which are wrapped in a 1940s ‘Hot Club’ swing, jazz, blues or country-style package. Actually they are veering a little towards English Music Hall these days. Line up includes Kirsten London on bass and usually either James Tait-Jamieson on saxophone oe Wayne Mason… Read More »
Too Many Chiefs are three of New Zealand’s busiest singer/songwriters: Rob Joass, Andrew London and Wayne Mason. All work regularly with their own respective bands and lineups but come together several times a year to collaborate, sharing songs and stories from the road with audiences around the country. Their individual influences and performing styles range from blues and… Read More »
The current Cattlestops line-up is Andrew London (guitar), James Cameron (bass), Lance Philip (drums), Wayne Mason (keys) and Ross McDerrmott (steel guitar). Occasionally we are joined by guitarist Nick Granville. Tui finalists in 2007 with their second album ‘Back To Rosetta Road’, The Cattlestops and their music featured in the movie ‘Second Hand Wedding’. New album ‘Dance in the Rain’ released August 2016.
The Retro Pack is a loose collaboration of swing and jazz musicians who had their first outing a decade ago with the award-winning show ‘Blue Eyes’; a tribute to Frank Sinatra conceived by playwright and vocalist April Phillips. Along with Phillips, Andrew London and James Cameron comprise the core of the project, with guests called in as required.… Read More »
The Cheese Brothers involves Andrew London and M.C. and radio and television personality Nick Tansley. Occasional members include drummer Lance Philip and bass-player Danny Fearn. The Cheese Brothers play popular hits from the ’60s and ’70s with genuine tongue-in-cheek affection – ideal for corporate and conference events.