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The Howie Morrison Trio

The Howie Morrison Trio

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  • Sun 24 Aug ’14, 3:00pm – 7:00pm


Weymouth Cosmopolitan & Sports Club, 151 Sykes Rd, Manurewa



The Howie Morrison Trio, which features Howie Morrison Jnr, Russell Harrison and Chris Powley, seek to take their audiences down memory lane with a mix of nostalgic toe-tapping, sing-along tunes that were made famous by New Zealand’s greatest entertainer Sir Howard Morrison and his group The Howard Morrison Quartet of early 1960s fame in New Zealand.

These include such great classics as the Kingston Trio’s version of Where Have All the Flowers Gone, Portrait of My Love, Granada, Quando, When They Beguine, Love is a Many Splendid Thing, Marie, Whit Cliffs of Dover and his greatest hit Whaakaria Mai.

The original Quartet was notoriously renowned for their quick witted humor and comical timing and this is brought back to life again with the cheeky “The Mighty Waikato” penned by the talented Jerry Merito and a hilariously updated rendition of My Old Man's An All Black that will have the audience in stitches.

The Howie Morrison Trio also work hard to infuse a more modern context into their show with renditions of the Bee Gees “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart” and Luther Van dross's “Dance With My Father”.

The Trio have already made regular appearances on both National Radio and Television, they have performed abroad thru the Islands of the Pacific raising money for the people of Christchurch and just recently completed their first national tour!

Relive the nostalgia of yesteryear, with a twist of today, performed in the forgotten art of cabaret!
Ticket sales available now at the Weymouth Club Bar!
Limited door sales are available so to avoid disappointment purchase tickets at the bar,
by calling Moana on 09 267 0461

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