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  1. DD Smash were a New Zealand pop/rock band formed by Dave Dobbyn after the breakup of Th'Dudes.

  2. Th' Dudes were a rock'n'roll band from Auckland, New Zealand, that existed in the late 70s.
    Despite only a brief existence, the band enjoyed…

  3. Graham Brazier is a musician and songwriter from New Zealand most famous for fronting the band, Hello Sailor.

  4. The group formed at Otago University. The band members included Malcolm Black, Nick Sampson, Graham Cockroft, Brent Alexander, Annie Crummer, Kim…

  5. Shona Laing (born c. 1955) is a New Zealand born musician. She has had several hits in her native country, as well as a few minor international…

  6. 1. Greg Johnson (born 1968, Auckland, New Zealand) is a singer/songwriter of Melodic lyric based pop. He has seen success both as a solo artist…

  7. The Fourmyula were a New Zealand rock group. Formed in 1967, the group consisted of Martin Hope (guitar and vocals), Wayne Mason (guitar,…

  8. The Herbs produced a stream of reggae hits with some of the country's top talent. Between 1986 and 1987, Slice of Heaven with Dave Dobbyn…

  9. Peking Man were a New Zealand band formed by Pat Urlich in 1983, along with Perry Marshall, Neville Hall, Tim Calder, and John Fearon.

    After the…

  10. The earlier name for the Exponents.

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