Tag Archives: Wayne Mason

Andrew London Trio

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 or Brian Omundsen on saxophone,… Read More »

Too Many Chiefs

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 »

Andrew London and The Swing Voters

The Swing Voters are a five-piece unit recruited to play Andrew’s original songs, and selected swing, R’n’B & country rock classics in a bigger band setting than the usual trio format. With the solid rhythm section of Kirsten (bass) and drummer Ryan Watson, and Andrew’s chugging rhythm guitar, soloists Brian Omundsen (sax & harmonica) and Wayne Mason (piano)… Read More »