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Best of British

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When:

  • Sat 10 Sep ’11, 9:00pm

Where:

Cock & Bull, 570 Hillsborough Road, Lynfield

Restrictions:

R18

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Website:

Cock & Bull

Only the best 'all British hits' covers band around and we are bringing them to the best English pub in NZ.

Make sure you see these guys as it will be a show that will be talked about for years!

Matt John (vocals)
Matt is an amazing singer with a powerful voice. He anchors the music with his distinct sound from years of touring and playing with several tribute bands including a Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple review. Hailing from Swansea in South Wales there's no arguing his prodigy.

Colin Jones (drums, harp and vocals)
Originally from London, Colin was performing in the “hay day” of the pub rock scene which gave birth to such influential artists as Dire Straits, Ian Drury and the Blockheads and Micky Jupp’s Legend. Along with providing the band with its power and groove, Colin is a fantastic vocalist and front man when required. This was recently showcased when Colin appeared on New Zealand’s Stars In Your Eyes as Joe Cocker.

Spencer Travis (guitar and vocals)
A key member of One Step Beyond who is a must see guitarist. His creative flair means that the tunes aren't exact renditions but have a different yet refreshing take.

Dean Meeks (bass)
Dean is the founding member of One Step Beyond. His versatility on the bass is what enables the band to cover such a wide genre of music and style.

Herbie X (keyboards, harp and vocals)
Herbie has played and toured extensively over the years and it is this experience combined with a polished professional sound which brings many of the songs we play to life. A rock n roll man at heart who can play a mean harp!

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