Tag Archives: folk

Too Many Chiefs at Sam Mahon’s Old Mill, Waikari

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… Read More »

Too Many Chiefs at Whakaipo Lodge

Winter concert at one of New Zealand’s finest Lodges. Too Many Chiefs are four singer/songwriters ‘in the round’ who like to help each other render their own favourite original songs. Rob Joass, Wayne Mason, Laura Collins and Andrew London all come at songwriting from different angles but share enough common ground to enjoy collaborating in a two hour… Read More »

Too Many Chiefs at Te Puna Quarry Park Gallery

Four songwriters go head-to head with axes and microphones drawn. Hilarity ensues but mutual respect underlies apparent chaos. Laura Collins (poignancy one minute – blues belters the next), Rob Joass (Pathos and grit), Wayne Mason (layers of psychoanalysis required) and Andrew London (satire & cynicism) mash up their favourite songs with each other. Enough material for a Psychiatric… Read More »

Too Many Chiefs at 4th Wall

Four songwriters go head-to head with axes and microphones drawn. Hilarity ensues but mutual respect underlies apparent chaos. Laura Collins (poignancy one minute – blues belters the next), Rob Joass (Pathos and grit), Wayne Mason (layers of psychoanalysis required) and Andrew London (satire & cynicism) mash up their favourite songs with each other. Enough material for a Psychiatric… Read More »