• THE INDUCTEES - 2020

    THE CHICKS

    Instantly recognisable with their matching outfits, trendy haircuts and up-tempo, harmony-rich pop singles, sisters Judy and Sue Donaldson rose to become some of New Zealand’s biggest stars as The Chicks.READ MORE
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    DINAH LEE

    Dinah Lee is the most successful New Zealand female pop artist of the 1960s. The smiley, effervescent “Queen of the Mods” – as Dinah would quickly come to be known – was an unmatched, larger-than-life, fashion-forward presence on the New Zealand entertainment scene for an intensive few years in the mid-60s, with a voice that was sweet and poppy or raunchy enough to give her vocals an edge when a song demanded it.READ MORE
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    PETER POSA

    One of the most successful and prolific New Zealand musicians of all time, Peter Posa toured extensively and also took up opportunities in America where his signature tune, 'White Rabbit' was also released. His recorded output remained immense and is arguably the most prolific recording artist of the sixties.READ MORE
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    MAX MERRITT

    To most New Zealanders, Max Merritt is best known for 'Slipping Away', a Kiwi anthem from the mid-1970s. But his career stretches all the way back to the very beginning of rock and roll in New Zealand.READ MORE
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    JOHNNY COOPER

    New Zealand’s rock and roll pioneer was a cowboy at heart. With ‘Pie Cart Rock and Roll’, Johnny also wrote what is regarded as the first original New Zealand rock and roll song to be recorded here. READ MORE
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    LARRY'S REBELS

    Larry’s Rebels were New Zealand’s Animals. Our Paul Revere and the Raiders. The top notch local pop band with bluesy bite, who released a handful of vital discs, and for a brief few years were all over the media, the charts and the nation’s bedroom walls. Their incredible run of hit singles made them both radio mainstays and our most successful chart act of the 1960s.READ MORE

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