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The Jordan Luck Band - May Daze Tour


Sat 15 May 2010, 8:00pm

Where: The Captain Cook Tavern, 354 Great King St, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Siren

In May 2010 The Jordan Luck Band will create NZ Music Month history with 31 performances, one on every single day, for the 31 days of May.

Performing NZ’s most beloved songs from the days of The Exponents, “Why Does Love Do This To Me”, “Who Loves Who The Most” and “Victoria” to The Jordan Luck Band’s new single “Johnnies Coin”, this tour will be everything you can expect from this great NZ band, fun!

‘Legend’ is a word suffering from chronic overuse syndrome these days, but when it comes to Jordan Luck, the word regains it’s full meaning, one the NZ public associates with this true blue Kiwi star. This affection, shown also by his peers, saw Jordan become the Inaugural Inductee (the first ever) into the NZ Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame.

As front man and pop-writing genius with the truly legendary Exponents, he clocked up a staggering 18 Top 40 singles over the years, with ‘Victoria’ recently voted by public as the 8th greatest New Zealand song of all time. Today you can still hear 10,000 rugby fans sing in unison to ‘Why Does Love Do This To Me?’ at a Super 12 match.

The Jordan Luck Band is the band that Jordan has assembled to carry the torch of his pop-writing gift. Hand-picked from a wish-list of players he wanted to work with, Jordan found that he didn’t need to look too far.

Bryan Bell came from the hard-touring and well-loved Dead Flowers, a guitarist, pianist and songwriter with a pop streak a mile wide. Bryan’s no-nonsense rhythm guitar and vocal ability made him an obvious choice for JLB. Irish singer/songwriter Joe Walsh joins Bryan on guitar and vocals. Joe first met the band on tour with The Exponents in Europe in 2005.

Beaver, the newest member of the band, has spent the last few years touring the world with the D4 before they recently disbanded. He is a solid and talented drummer who enriches the JLB experience. Rich Mixture on bass, formerly of kiwi rockers Shaft and D4, completes the rhythm section.

While The Jordan Luck Band still carry the torch of Jordan’s illustrious pop past by playing those beloved Exponents hits, the band also has one eye firmly on the future, with a recent bout of intense song writing for a new album, proving that Jordan’s creative muse is flourishing in its new environment. With a line-up like this, how could it be otherwise?

Their latest single “How Is The Air Up There” is out now & on radio and TV. This talented group of individuals continue to bring great pop songs to their beloved Kiwi fans.
Having recently completed the summer’s most successful tour, with their friends The Feelers and The Earlybirds, The Jordan Luck Band went out with one goal in mind, to have a great time with their audience, and they did just that. They don’t pretend to be anything other than great fun!

This May they will create NZ Music Month history. On the 1st of May in Kaitaia they kick off their May Daze Tour celebrating 10 years of Music Month with the first of NZ Music Commission’s official 10 gigs during May.

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