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Happy Fish

Happy Fish

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When:

  • Sat 27 May, 8:00pm
  • Sat 10 Jun, 8:00pm

Where:

The Village Bar and Kitchen, 1 Patumahoe Rd, Patumahoe Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

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Happy Fish

Happy Fish are an electric duo featuring Sue Joll on guitar-vocals and Gordon Joll on drums who play a collection of original and popular songs with an emphasis on Kiwi music.

Happy Fish has emerged from a deep respect for each other's talents. Gordon Joll is one of New Zealand's most accomplished musicians, a drummer of world class status who has played a part in shaping New Zealand's musical history for over 40 years, having collaborated with such great names as Herbs, Hello Sailor, Rock Candy, Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra, Billy T. James, Tom Sharplin, Hammond Gamble, The Mockers, Glen Moffatt, Brendon Ham the list goes on.

He is an inducted member of the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame. Gordon has recently toured with the Bourbon County Brothers as Kenny Rogers support band, backing for Jody Direen and other recent tours with Hammond Gamble and Midge Marsden.

Sue Joll, guitarist, the singer-songwriter has been an all-around social musician for 30 years as a bass player for Monique Rhodes, Doc Savage and Hashtag and rhythm guitarist and vocalist for Too Wild and Fatal Attraction.

Happy Fish now bring an exciting mix of Kiwi music, and well-known classics. Together they create a truly exciting and original sound. Happy Fish performs with a passionate and professional enthusiasm to engage any audience that enjoys Kiwi music, dancing and having a great time in general.

Happy Fish combines the sonic possibilities of the electric guitar and drum kit to create a full and exciting sound to accompany Sue's accomplished vocals.

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