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Rikki Morris & 'The Endless No'


Fri 17 Aug 2018, 8:00pm–10:30pm

Where: Mt Eden Village Centre, 449 Mount Eden Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland

Restrictions: R15

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  • General Admission: $38.00 ($35.00 + $3.00 fees)
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Listed by: Wayne Gillies

Rikki Morris has a New Zealand musical pedigree as long as your arm, not just as a fine songwriter, studio producer and performer, but also as a great live sound engineer.

It's not often we get to enjoy a full performance of Rikki's work and Village Music is especially proud to host Rikki and his band for one night only.

Named after a lyric in one of his brother Ian’s original songs, Rikki will be joined by his band ‘The Endless No’.

Chet O'Connell - guitar, Mark Hughes - bass, Mark Steven - keys, Josh Sorenson - Drums.
Rikki has promised to add a couple (or more) 'special guests' including his talented daughter Gala Morris who will be opening the show, and will be performing his #1 hit
‘Nobody Else’, ‘Heartbroke’ which won the APRA Silver Scroll in 1991 as well as songs from his album ‘Everest’ and also a handful of brand new songs never played
in public before!
‘Time to put the band back together, hit the stage and share a lifetime of songs amongst friends in an intimate setting’.
This will be a night to remember for sure. Definitely not to be missed. See you on the night.

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