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Recliner Rockers

Recliner Rockers

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When:

  • Sat 25 May ’19, 8:00pm – 11:00pm

Where:

Swanson RSA, 663 Swanson Road, Swanson

Restrictions:

All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $25.56

Website:

Swanson RSA

The Recliner Rockers history begins in 2005 when Al and Geoff were playing together in a covers band and started talking about their love of rockabilly, blues and other roots music.

Putting on a colourful, energetic show just came naturally with Al's seriously dynamic guitar playing and Geoff's crazy spinning double bass acrobatics.

Along with Steve's flamboyant drumming and Bruce's smooth sax style, their flare for showmanship truly matches their musical prowess.

The first gig of note was the Whangamata Beach Hop in 2006, where the venue they played was filled to capacity and people were being turned away from the door. The Recliner Rockers with their repertoire of covers and originals quickly became a favourite and have been invited back every year since.

Introducing The Recliner Rockers

Auckland based -Rockabilly-Roots-Rock n Roll Band!
AL Lavis - Guitar.
& Vocals. Ex Sly Groovers veteran of stage and studio both here in NZ and the U.S. Al is well known for his smooth bluesy vocals and blistering guitar solos that'll leave you gasping.
Geoff Fitzpatrick - Electric & Upright Bass. Geoff has toured and played bass throughout NZ including being part of support acts for the recent Simple Minds tour and with Voodoo Kreepers at ex Stray Cats, Slim Jim Phantom’s Auckland show. Watch out for his energetic double bass balancing act.
Steve Rooney - Drums

Please click here for their video links of live performances http://WWW.youtube.Com/watch?v=A9zbn2mSWKM

http://WWW.youtube.Com/user/ReclinerRockers/featured

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