We are delighted to present some of New Zealand's favourite entertainers, singers, and musicians, with full support band performing together exclusively at Black Barn Amphitheatre on Thursday 4 March. Some of the most celebrated and iconic entertainers in one show. Each will perform their own hits and then they all come together to perform even more of New Zealand’s most memorable rock anthems.
Annie Crummer - is a New Zealand pop singer and songwriter who has seen success in both a solo career and as part of various musical groups. She has worked with New Zealand bands Netherworld Dancing Toys, When The Cat's Away and Herbs and has sung with Australian singers John Farnham and Jimmy Barnes.
Nathan King - Musical career began with his band Zed, who released two multi-platinum albums. Zed toured in New Zealand, Australia and Europe, playing shows supporting acts like Robbie Williams, Coldplay, The Calling and Ash. In 2001 he was nominated for the award of best songwriter and won the award as best male vocalist at the New Zealand Music Awards. In 2005 King began a solo career after Zed decided to take an extended break. Zed reunited for Selwyn Sounds 2020.
Jason Kerrison - a multi-platinum, multi-award-winning Singer, Songwriter, Producer and Wannabe Surfer from New Zealand. He spent many years at the top of the New Zealand Music Scene with his rock band OPSHOP. He has enjoyed commercial success with 9 X Platinum Status album sales and critical success, picking up 9 New Zealand Music Awards and the prestigious APRA Silver Scroll Award for Song of the Year.
Rodney Fisher - Rodney is the Frontman of naughties chart-toppers Goodshirt who took their self produced DIY alt-pop sound to the world. They had a string of what are now considered Kiwi hits; Sophie, Fiji Baby, Blowing Dirt, Buck It Up and more, and are well known for their dynamic and whimsical one-shot videos.
Che Fu - is a New Zealand hip hop, R&B and reggae artist, songwriter and producer with the most top-ten songs of any individual in New Zealand music history, Che-fu is one of the country’s most successful and beloved recording artists. Originally coming to the attention of Aotearoa NZ in the early 90's as one of the original members of iconic kiwi rock band Supergroove, Che went on to forge a career as a solo-artist writing and recording hip hop/ soul chart-topping songs such as "Chains" and "Misty Frequencies", and platinum-selling albums such as "2b S. Pacific" and "The Navigator". Che has undertaken several marketing and social campaigns over the years as a consultant, writer, and event creator for the following companies/groups:
Andy Lynch - Andy was also propelled into the spotlight upon joining pop-rockers Zed as second guitarist. Andy and Zed bandmate Ben Campbell went on to form their chart-topping band Atlas. Andy is a member of The Feelers, Twin Cities, and a producer at Hum Studios that is co-owned with Nathan King.
The Lady Killers - Suzanne Lynch, Tina Cross, Jackie Clarke - The Lady Killers is a dream team of New Zealand’s finest female singers and entertainers. From a whisper to a scream and everything in between, these divas make beautiful music dripping in harmony.
Special guests to be announced.
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