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NZMM: Favourite Wellington Music Moment – Liam Poole

Last edited: 03.05.19 | Comment? | By

For NZ Music Month the last couple of years, we asked bands/artists for a favourite memory of making music in Wellington.

It could involve a favourite gig, a funny story from the recording studio, a moment that led to the inspiration for a song, the fond recollection of a defunct venue, or the piece of music or lyric that they were most proud of creating.

We really enjoyed the stories people told us, so we are doing it again this year.

First up this time is Liam Poole, a singer-songwriter originally from Nelson but now based in Wellington. He gigs regularly around town at the Night Market & various bars, and was part of the recent Cuba Dupa Festival. He currently has 2 EP’s on Spotify and iTunes: Fly High EP & Wake Up EP.

My fondest musical memory was creating my ‘Wake Up EP’ in an intimate basement studio. In particular, watching two pros, my Producer, Mark McKenzie, and the saxophonist, Simon Williams create the incredible Saxophone stabs for the track ‘Change Me’ from scratch.

 

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