Schoolboy friends James Reid and Hamish Gee started a legacy that is hard to match. Twenty Five years ago they formed one of our best-loved bands The Feelers and started on a journey that has spawned catalogue of some of the greatest songs written in New Zealand. They truly are a household name.

Along the way they have amassed some remarkable statistics, a quarter of a million albums sold, five multi platinum albums, five number one albums, seven number one singles, the largest selling NZ band ever signed by Warner Music NZ in their 48 year history, 5 NZ Music Awards, 3 APRA most played song of the year awards and more radio airplay than any other New Zealand artist or band since radio stats began in 1999.

The Feelers have gone from busking on street corners to becoming pioneers of the kiwi music industry, thanks largely to the song writing genius of James Reid.

You CAN expect ALL of the gems written throughout their illustrious career, and will play their genuine HITS from their massive catalogue of songs.

With over 30 million streams Kaylee Bell is currently the ‘Most Streamed Female Country Artist’ for Australasia in 2021, only behind US-based stars Keith Urban and Morgan Evans.

Kaylee Bell is an award-winning Country Pop Artist originally from Waimate, but moved to Australia at the age of 21 where she kick-started her career by winning the prestigious Toyota Star Maker crown.  Kaylee was invited to perform #1 US single ‘WE WERE US’ with International Superstar KEITH URBAN on his World Tours and Bell was the support act for THE CHICKS on their World Tour in NZ to a 30,000 strong crowd.

Bell’s new album set for release in 2021 is going to cement her as one of our leading modern Country Artists from Australasia showcasing her songwriting and vocal capabilities and collaborating with both Australian and US stars. Bell is a force to be reckoned with amongst artists on an international level with a huge live show, hits under her belt, and drive to succeed. “Kaylee is one of the most exciting new talents in CM” Keith Urban.

Kiwi singer-songwriter Alannah Prins had all the makings of a great performer. With a background in acting, dancing and modelling, it was only natural the triple-threat added yet another weapon to her arsenal – evolving a lifelong passion for music into her own unique brand of quirky electro-pop. PRINS was born.

With hundreds-of-thousands of streams to her name, the Auckland-born artist has already amassed a legion of loyal listeners with her high-energy performances and potent pop bangers. Despite the difficulties of 2020, PRINS still had a successful year, releasing her debut EP in July. The project’s titular track, ‘Magnetic’, was co-written and produced by Nick Chrisp and Will Thomas – better known by their alias SACHI. She also collaborated with drum-and-bass duo Lee Mvtthews on ‘Don’t Say It’, an EDM single with almost one million Spotify streams at the time of writing.

The free-spirited, eclectic sound of Auckland, New Zealand based artist, vocalist and singer-songwriter LOU’ANA is one of unparalleled magic. Having carved a place for herself within Auckland’s vibrant music community over the past 6 years. Lou’ana’s voice carries the stature of an old soul; a cosmic cocktail of sweet and soulful, with an added gritty, blues edge that references the golden age of Eta James, to the rawness of Stevie Nicks. Her heart and soul translates through sound, in that unexplainable alchemy that happens when music meets word.

After only appearing on the scene at the start of 2020, Jack Page is quickly becoming one of Ōtautahi’s burgeoning young artists.

‘The Days, Pt. I & II’ has been graciously received by listeners both near and far. With the full record racking up over a million streams online and the newly released part 2 attracting many favourable reviews in its first few months, both volumes have now been newly pressed to vinyl as a double EP.

Now after another tour with sold out shows getting us through the colder months and a string of summer shows + new music looming, Jack Page is on a roll and has no intention of slowing down.


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