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From The RNZ Archives: Simon Grigg on Upper Hutt music

Last edited: 23.01.15 | Comment? | By

Simon_Grigg

Simon Grigg from the website AudioCulture dips into New Zealand’s rock and roll archives. The focus this time is Upper Hutt – home of The Fourmyula, The Bitter End, Frankie Stevens and Jon Stevens, and of course Upper Hutt Posse

 

Cover imageInside the Hutt : New Zealand’s pop-psych kingpins 1968-1969 / The Fourmyula.

Cover imageLegacy.

Cover imageWaiata. 2, Maori showbands, balladeers & pop stars.

Home grown in Upper Hutt.

 

For more information on The Bitter End check out their profile by Simon on AudioCulture.

For more information on The Fourmyula check out their profile by Nick Bollinger on AudioCulture.

For more information on Jon Stevens check out his profile by Murray Cammick on AudioCulture.

For more information on Frankie Stevens check out his profile by Murray Cammick on AudioCulture.

Copyright Radio New Zealand. Used by permission.
Photo by Stuart Page. Used by permission of Stuart Page/Simon Grigg.

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