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Musicians -- New Zealand

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: none

Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

3D Rock Melon Touring Show., [19??]-03-01

 Item — Poster 513: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90513
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a touring show featuring Australian rock band Itambu and New Zealand musicians Spit Enz and Lindsay Marks. Also includes the texts: 'Featuring - From Australia supporting the Rolling Stones Itambu stars of Ngaruawahia and - just for you from Auckland Split Ends, Lindsay Marks. Thursday 1st March 8pm, Cafeteria of Auck University'.

Dates: [19??]-03-01

A band with a difference????????, 1986c

 Item — Poster 239: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90239
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising New Zealand musical group The Outsiders, Includes a cartoon style drawing of a man pulling a face. Also includes the text: 'The Outsiders are a group of musicians, eight musicians who have worked together in many different bands, in many and various venues, for five years. Bands past and present include Primitive Art Group, Spines, 4 Volts, Tin Syndrome, The Black Sheep, Rabbit Lock, Loosely Rhyming Slang, Jungle Suite, Hot City Cats, Motto and others too numerous...
Dates: 1986c

A little on the bluesy side., 1985c

 Item — Poster 492: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90492
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a concert by women musicians. Also includes the text: 'With the assistance of QE2'.

Dates: 1985c

Avant Garage, appearing at., 1983c

 Item — Poster 274: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90274
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising New Zealand experimental musical group Avant Garage. Includes a drawing of a house, on which is written: 'Bop-de-soft-sale-of-bins. Artwork A.C.C. Ph. 768115'. Various pieces of musical notation are drawn around the poster.

Dates: 1983c

Avant Garage [Green poster], [198?]-07-23/[1983]-07-31

 Item — Poster 54: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90054
Scope and Contents note Green & white poster advertising Avant Garage tour of New Zealand. Includes stylised images of dancers. Includes a list of performance venues with sequential dates from 23-31 July. The venues are Waikato Art Museum, Govett Brewster Art Gallery, Sargeant Art Gallery, Globe Theatre Palmerton North, Wairarapa Art Gallery, Victoria University, Dowse Art Gallery, Downstage Theatre. Includes the text: 'Avant Garage are touring with the assistance of the N.Z. Railways, Queen Elizabeth II Arts...
Dates: [198?]-07-23/[1983]-07-31

Avant Garage [Red poster], [198?]-07-23/[1983]-07-31

 Item — Poster 53: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90053
Scope and Contents note Red & white poster advertising Avant Garage tour of New Zealand. Includes stylised images of dancers. Includes a list of performance venues with sequential dates from 23-31 July. The venues are Waikato Art Museum, Govett Brewster Art Gallery, Sargeant Art Gallery, Globe Theatre Palmerton North, Wairarapa Art Gallery, Victoria University, Dowse Art Gallery, Downstage Theatre. Includes the text: 'Avant Garage are touring with the assistance of the N.Z. Railways, Queen Elizabeth II Arts...
Dates: [198?]-07-23/[1983]-07-31

Brendan Power and the Transmitters: Power Trip N.I. Tour 1989., 1989

 Item — Poster 415: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90415
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a concert and workshop tour by New Zealand harmonica player Brendan Power. Includes a black & white photograph of the band. Also includes the texts: "(Featuring Julian McKean, Guitar and Nigel Gavin, Guitar & Bass) Photo: Graham Hooper. New Zealand's finest Harmonica player presents a concert of blues, country, pop, celtic and original music. Plus! In association with Hohner Harmonicas, an in-depth work-shop covering all aspects of harmonic playing & repair....
Dates: 1989

Brian Potiki: Songs and poems., 1983c

 Item — Poster 237: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90237
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising New Zealand poet and musician Brian Potiki. Includes a black & white photograph of the poet and a young boy (son Tarawera) on a plastic tricycle.

Dates: 1983c

Colonial Chronicle: Murphy's Law declared

 Item — Poster 56: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90056
Scope and Contents note Poster, in the style of a broadsheet, advertising the Christchurch folk band Murphy's Law. Includes small images of a women playing the guitar, a woman singing and a man playing a clarinet. Also includes a crest above the title. Includes the text: 'BUSH TELEGRAPH SERVICE:- Our correspondent has received news concerning the arrival in this district of a notorious group of Musicians known as MURPHY'S LAW. DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTS. This band of Riff-Raff, Rag-Pickers and Racketeers are expert in...
Dates: 1977 - 1992

Dowse Art Museum Winter Concert Series., [19??]-07-31/[19??]-11-06

 Item — Poster 116: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90116
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a series of Classical music concerts at the Dowse Art Museum. Includes the texts: 'July 31st: 5p.m. Milton Parker: Edrick Banks. Suite for Guitar / David Farquhar. Five Scenes for Guitar. 17 Pieces for Guitar / Douglas Lilburn. Sonatine for Guitar / Kenneth Young. August 14th: 5p.m. The Viotti Quartet, Robin Perks, Lucien Rizos (violins), Peter Barber (viola), Josephine Young (cello), String Quartet in E Minor / Douglas Lilburn. Hugh McMillan (piano), Ode for Piano / David...
Dates: [19??]-07-31/[19??]-11-06

Drama L - S, 1981 - 1987

 Item — Folder 3: Series NZSAS01; Series NZSAS22; Series NZSAS26; Series NZSAS04; Series NZSAS49, Box: 335/9
Identifier: NZSA00729
Scope and Contents note Includes files on:- Heather Lindsay : 1x Letters from a Fainthearted Feminist review dated 16-06-1984.- Living Wallies : 2 x Playbills; 2 x colour photographs; Performers: George Marriot; Guy Boyce- Stuart McKenzie (Free Theatre Inc.) :1984-1985 correspondence, Playmarket assessment of two plays 'The-rapist over Suzannah' and 'A letter from L'. - Maidment Arts Centre : 1984 Handbills for young writers & correspondence.- Selaelo...
Dates: 1981 - 1987

Farewell Party: Rough Justice, Rock Theatre Thurs 26 July., 19**-07-26

 Item — Poster 480: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90480
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand rock band Rough Justice. Includes a panel from Disney comic books featuring the characters the Beagle Boys. The speech bubbles in the comic panel read: "Wahhhhh! We're too old to start earning an honest living! Dry the tears boys! Here's some good news!" Also includes the texts: 'Also appearing: The Wide Mouthed Frogs, Neville Purvis, The Windy City Strugglers, Gary McCormick, The Ducks, plus a gaggle of others....Tickets available: Narnia and from...
Dates: 19**-07-26

Flying Kiwi Arts '86 (The New Zealanders Festival) Programme, March 15-23 1986., 1986-03-15/1986-03-23

 Item — Poster 336: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90336
Scope and Contents note Double-sided programme for the Flying Kiwi 1986 New Zealand Festival of New Zealand Arts in Wellington. The front side includes a drawing of a comet, a list of venues (Majestic Cabaret, St. James Theatre, Visual Diaries Gallery, The Flying Ballroom, The Depot Theatre, Bowen Gallery, Janne Land Gallery, City Limits Café, Victoria University, Circa Theatre, Cricketers Steiniebar) and a list of dates, times, venues and performers. Performers include: Hot Café, Reg and Shell, Besser and...
Dates: 1986-03-15/1986-03-23

From Scratch perform Gung Ho 1,2,3 D., 1980?

 Item — Poster 178: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90178
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand percussion group From Scratch. Includes an aerial photograph of the band performing on percussion instruments, including PVC piping. Also includes the text: 'A tour with the NZ New Zealand Students Arts Council with the support of the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council. Photo: Wally Floyd.'

Dates: 1980?

From Scratch perform Gung Ho 1,2,3 D, Sunday 28 September., [1980]-09-28

 Item — Poster 520: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90520
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand percussion group From Scratch. Includes an aerial photograph of the band performing on percussion instruments, including PVC piping. Also includes the text: 'A tour with the NZ New Zealand Students Arts Council with the support of the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council. Photo: Wally Floyd. 1.30pm, Great Hall, Christchurch Arts Centre'.

Dates: [1980]-09-28

From Scratch: Rhythmworks: Union Hall, Victoria Uni, Monday Dec' 3rd 10pm, Tues to Friday Dec' 4-7, 9pm., [1984]-12-03/[198?]-12-07

 Item — Poster 35: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90035
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising From Scratch: Rhythmworks performance at Victoria University of Wellington Union Hall. Includes black & white image of the shadows of three musicians playing percussion instruments in a spotlight. Also includes the texts: '$6 + $5. Book at State Opera House. Door sales from 8pm. With the assistance of Wang Computer Ltd., Photography Glenn Jowitt Auckland'.

Dates: [1984]-12-03/[198?]-12-07

From the Braille Music Collective Comes The Outsiders on the Inside Out Tour., 1986c

 Item — Poster 238: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90238
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a tour by New Zealand musical group The Outsiders. Includes cartoon style drawings of two men dancing. Also includes the text: '3 in 1. Street Band: Sunny lunchtime entertainment, eight colourfully dressed musicians swing and bop through a selection of foot-stomping tunes. Dance Hall Band: Evening shows catering to larger audiences, using PA (if needed) and lights, a variety of music from originals to jazz and funk with an emphasis on dancing. Late Night Performances:...
Dates: 1986c

George Meek

 Item
Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents

A collection of typed script, printed articles, correspondence, prints and a floppy disc. Includes biographical information on George Meek along with copies of some of his ballads, correspondence with Meek’s son and correspondence with the curator of the North Otago Museum. The correspondence all occurred in 1991-1992. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1881 (George Meeks’ birth year).

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Great Depression Orientation '81: Hot Soup., 1981-02-23/1981-03-05

 Item — Poster 458: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90458
Scope and Contents note Poster timetable advertising events at the 1981 Student Orientation Festival in Dunedin. Includes a drawing of several men leaning into a wagon labelled 'Hot Soup Kitchen'. Also includes a timetable and list of events, including: the Gypsy Mountain Pickers, Salvation Army Band, Slick Stage, Topp Twins, Jean-Paul Belle, Top Scientist, "City Sugar" by Stephen Poliakoff. Also includes the texts: 'Ask anyone with a button - "Buddy, I can spare the time". Information booths open all week, Union...
Dates: 1981-02-23/1981-03-05

John Hanlon in concert., 1975-06-03/1975-06-07

 Item — Poster 434: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90434
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a tour by New zealand popular musician John Hanlon. Includes a black & white photograph of John Hanlon singing into a microphone. Also includes the texts: Auckland Technical Institute: Tuesday June 3, lunch hour. North Shore Teachers College: Thursday June 5, lunch hour. Auckland Teachers College Café: Friday June 6, 8.15p.m. Auckland University Café: Saturday June 7, 8.15p.m. New Zealand Students Arts Council - Northern Region. Please don't steal this poster until...
Dates: 1975-06-03/1975-06-07

Ken Avery

 Item
Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents

Contains the obituary for noted Wellington musician Don Richardson, and the unpublished memoir of ‘“Where are the Camels?”: A Dance Band Diary’ (undated) by Ken Avery. The only indicated publication date is 2008. The subject matter includes dates as far back as c. 1937.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Laugh with the Blues, Comedy Show., 1988c

 Item — Poster 390: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90390
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a comedy show by New Zealand entertainers Neil Jones and Gregory Dwyer. Includes a photograph of Jones and Dwyer. Also includes the texts: 'Neil Jones, Gregory Dwyer. Comedy, Fire-eating, Clowning, Music, Juggling, Mime. With the assistance of New Zealand Students Arts Council.

Dates: 1988c

Neil Jones., 1988c

 Item — Poster 242: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90242
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising musician Neil Jones. Includes a black & white photograph of the musician holding a guitar. Also includes the text: 'Photo: - Enri'.

Dates: 1988c

New Zealand Students' Arts Council archives 1941-1992

 Fonds
Identifier: nzsac
Abstract

Established to 'encourage, promote and develop the practice and appreciation of culture and the arts' within the student bodies of all tertiary educational institutions, the NZSAC records include minutes, documentation of activities, and posters. The records consist chiefly of the correspondence and other documentation related to the tours and similar activities, together with financial records and council minutes, and a set of the posters advertising tours.

Dates: 1941-1992

Orientation Nineteen Ninety, Feb 23 - Mar 3., 1990-02-23/1990-03-03

 Item — Poster 210: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90210
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising the 1990 Orientation festival at Canterbury University. Includes a photograph of a man playing a trumpet [Louis Armstrong?]. Also includes the texts: 'Jean Paul Sartre Experience, Women's Action Theatre, Snapper, Breathing Cage, Katharine Tait, Mahinarangi Tocker, Verlaines, Straitjacket Fits, Sam Hunt, Golfcourse Alligators, Puawai, Dribbling Darts of Love, When the Cat's Been Spayed, Bill Direen, Putty, Terminals, Heather Eggertoon, Facial DBX, Edwina Thorne Electrik...
Dates: 1990-02-23/1990-03-03

Sojourn: New Original Music, 1985 Summer Tour., 1985

 Item — Poster 177: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90177
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a 1985 tour by New zealand musicians Sojourn. Includes a black & white image of the musicians holding a classical guitar and a dulcimer. Also includes the texts: 'Featuring hammered dulcimer & classical guitar. Sponsored by Wellington Arts Centre Trust, Kingsley Smith Music Shop Wellington. With the assistance of New Zealand Students Arts Council.

Dates: 1985

Tamburlaine: 1953 Memorial Rock & Roll Revival Band., [1973]-09-21

 Item — Poster 516: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90516
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising an Auckland concert by New Zealand musicians Tamburlaine and Lindsay Marks. Also includes the texts: 'Lindsay Marks, Helen, Friends, in concert Auckland University Café, 8pm, Friday, September 21, $1.00'.

Dates: [1973]-09-21

Topp Twins, Peter Garrett : National Tour, For a nuclear free and independent Aotearoa, New Zealand., [1985]-03-01/[1985]-03-07

 Item — Poster 423: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90423
Scope and Contents note Poster advertising a series of concerts by New Zealand musicians the Topp Twins, and Australian rock musician Peter Garrett. Includes an image of the Topp Twins and Peter Garrett with a drawing of the bow of a boat in the background. The boat has a peace symbol spray-painted on the hull. Also includes the texts: 'Mar 1 - Auckland, Mar 3 - Tauranga / Hamilton, Mar 4 - Palmerston North / Wellington, Mar 5 - Wellington, Mar 6 - Christchurch, Mar 7 - Dunedin. Sponsors: Peace Movement Aotearoa -...
Dates: [1985]-03-01/[1985]-03-07

Wetbacks., 1984

 Item — Poster 386: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90386
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising New Zealand pop group The Wetbacks. Includes an image of a giant postage stamp covered with small red lines. Also includes the signature 'Bryan James Graphics '84'.

Dates: 1984