Summer Concert Tour 2021 Line Up

Greenstone Entertainment – ‘Summer Concert Tour’ with artists;
GIN WIGMORE, THE ANGELS, DRAGON, PSEUDO ECHO AND MI-SEX.

Gin Wigmore

Inspired by David Gray’s album White Ladder, GIN WIGMORE wrote her first song, Angelfire, at the age of 14. Two years later her father passed away of cancer and she stopped writing and playing music. She went to Argentina on an exchange program to teach at a kindergarten. On her return to New Zealand, she wrote Hallelujah, a tribute to her father. Her sister entered the song in the US-based International Songwriting Competition in 2004, and she beat 11,000 songwriting aspirants from 77 countries to become the youngest and only unsigned Grand Prize winner in the history of the competition. She also won the Teen category with Angelfire. GIN WIGMORE has gone on to have 5 albums on the NZ Top 40 charts for an incredible 141 weeks and has won Highest Selling Single, Best Pop Album, Breakthrough Artist of the Year, Highest Selling Album and Best Female Solo Artist awards at the New Zealand Music Awards.

Hit songs include:

"Oh My", "Black Sheep", "Hey Ho", "I Do"

Oh My

Black Sheep

Hey Ho

I Do

The Angels

In the words of Jimmy Barnes, THE ANGELS are a band that changed Australian music forever and their sound is powerful, aggressive and joyous. More than four decades into their remarkable journey, THE ANGELS remain fierce and uncompromising. Inducted into the Aria Hall Of Fame in October 1998, The Angels have performed alongside music legends such as David Bowie and The Kinks, and been supported in the past by Midnight Oil and Cheap Trick. Success for THE ANGELS in New Zealand has included 10 of their albums featuring in the NZ Album Charts with their 1990 album Beyond Salvation reaching No. 3.

Hit songs include:

"Take A Long Line", "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again", "No Secrets", "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place"

Take A Long Line

Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again

No Secrets

We Gotta Get Out Of This Place

Dragon

DRAGON formed in Auckland, New Zealand, in January 1972 and is fronted today by Mark Williams on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, with Todd Hunter on bass guitar and vocals, Pete Drummond on drums, keyboards and vocals and Bruce Reid on guitar. DRAGON were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in July 2008 with multiple albums having been on the NZ Album Charts dating back as far as 1978, the same year that just two of their songs April Sun In Cuba and Are You Old Enough spent 26 weeks on the NZ Singles Charts.

Hit songs include:

"Are You Old Enough", "April Sun In Cuba", "Rain", "Young Years"

Are You Old Enough

April Sun In Cuba

Rain

Young Years

Pseudo Echo

PSEUDO ECHO, having pioneered the ‘80s with their stylized look and electro sound, have established themselves as one of the most iconic and influential, multi award-winning bands in Australia. The band has produced several hits on the NZ Singles Charts including Funky Town, A Beat for You, Don’t Go, Listening and Love An Adventure. As well as reaching No 1 on the singles charts, their album by the same name, Funky Town, also reached number 1 on the NZ Album Charts in 1987 and was in the charts for 19 weeks, the same amount of weeks as the single. PSEUDO ECHO continue their legacy to this day, fronted by original founding member and producer Brian Canham.

Hit songs include:

"A Beat For You", "Don't Go", "Funkytown"

A Beat For You

Don't Go

Funkytown

Mi-Sex

MI-SEX have been loved by kiwis since the late 70’s with their new wave, pub band style. Known for their dynamic live shows, hits such as Computer Games, People, Blue Day and But You Don’t Care are sure to make for a memorable day.

Formed in 1978, MI-SEX and are one of New Zealand’s iconic new wave bands. Their name was adapted from an Ultravox track called ‘My Sex’, with a blend of influences including British new wave punk acts like Ultravox and The Stranglers, as well as progressive rock bands like Yes. MI-SEX have achieved many accolades including six Top 40 Singles on the NZ charts during the late 70’s and into the early 80’s, as well as two of their albums spending an incredible 74 weeks in the NZ Top 10 Albums charts, Graffiti Crimes peaking at No. 6 and Space Race hitting No.1.

Hit songs include:

"Computer Games", "People", "Blue Day", "But You Don't Care"

Computer Games

People

Blue Day

But You Don't Care

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