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For the muso – Kicking back and relaxing or getting your dancing shoes on! However you chose to enjoy the great cross section of music line-up you had a great time doing it!
Ocean Vine Hop brought you a fabulous line-up that thousands enjoyed, including locals Chloe Vitale, Big Kahuna and National Artistes:
‘Legend’ is a word often overused, but when it comes to Jordan Luck, the word regains its full meaning and one the NZ public associates with this true blue Kiwi artist. This affection is obviously felt amongst his musical peers as well who bestowed Jordan the honour of Inaugural Inductee into the New Zealand Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame. As front man and pop-writing genius with the legendary Exponents, he clocked up a staggering 18 Top 40 singles over the years, with ‘Victoria’ recently voted by public as the 8th greatest New Zealand song of all time. These days on any given weekend you will hear packed stadiums of sports fans singing in unison (if not in-tune) ‘Why Does Love Do This To Me?’ a song that seems to have taken on the mantle as the ‘unofficial’ alternative NZ national anthem.
THE JORDAN LUCK TRIO is the semi-acoustic version of the iconic kiwi singer these days. Every gig, the band play the best of all those iconic tracks we know and love as well as a collection of recently penned and possible future stadium sing-a-longs of tomorrow. Meticulously designed by Jordan himself from the ground up this band has just the one purpose…to bring Jordan’s blend of pop rock genius from the past, present and future… back to the masses.
Jason Kerrison has spent many years at the top of the NZ Music Scene with his band Opshop, enjoying not only commercial success, but also picking up numerous NZ Music Awards and the prestigious APRA Silver Scroll Award along the way.
In 2011, Kerrison was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, for services to music. This was attributed in part to his recognition as the organizer of “Band Together for Canterbury”; a free concert by thirty four artists attended by a reported 160,000 people in Hagley Park, and a gift for the Earthquake-stricken people of the region.
Now on concentrating on his solo career, Jason is proving to still be a notable and exciting New Zealand artist.
Long before YouTube, years before the iPod, and even prior to the compact disc, there were cassettes, vinyl and the 8 track tape.
Kiwis spent their summers heading to the beach, cooking up a storm on the BBQ or partying into the night with the sounds, of REAL music. Songs that have become the soundtrack, to our lives.
With Shane Cortese and the 8-Track Band, those days are back, with the songs you know, love and can’t help singing along to. From Dragon, to Th’ Dudes to Dire Straits.
With New Zealand’s much loved actor, Shane Cortese out front, the past is back and sounding even better than ever with the 8 Track Band.