Formed about 5 years as a party band from previous groups too numerous to mention, The Rockaholics have been gigging around the Waikato. B.O.P and Auckland. The ‘Holics have a static line up: John Maydon (vocal, guitar and harmonica), Paul Alderton (vocals and drums), Mark Kneebone (vocals and bass), and Chris Penman (vocals and guitar). Occasionally they also incorporate Brian Omundsen (vocals and sax), and/or Norbet Abel (keyboards) when required. Blues from all genres has always been a large part of the band’s repertoire and they enjoy a good jam session.
Valentine’s Day Thursday 14 February 2019
Door open at 7pm with music from 7:30pm.
The usual blues night of entertainment, HBS ensembles, raffle draws, etc.
Gold Coin donation at the door, child friendly.
First HBS Concert Series for 2019
The Flaming Mudcats in concert supported by two HBS ensembles
We are doubly pleased to mention that Darcy Perry will be joining The Flaming Mudcats on stage for this concert.
1pm: Paper, Scissors, Blues
2pm: The Flaming Mudcats
4pm: The Black Sheep
Door charge applies: HBS Members $10: $15 Non-members
Thursday 21 February between 5pm and 7pm two HBS bands perform at the Hamilton Gardens Hub stage in Hamilton East, by Turtle Lake:
6pm: Out Of The Blues
And then repeated on Wednesday 21 February between 5pm and 7pm with another two HBS bands performing at the Hamilton Gardens Hub Stage in Hamilton East, by Turtle Lake.
5pm: the Black Sheep
Both nights are free entry, all part of the Arts Festival.
2pm: Mark “Fatt Max” Hill (joining us from Auckland)
3pm: Under the Influence
4pm: Graham and the Electric Eels
Gold coin entry, child friendly, great afternoon of blues music.
Stage on the corner of Commerce Street and Lake Road:
midday: Magic and 3am Blues
1pm: Under The Influence
Doors open at 7pm with music from 7:30pm onwards.
Gold coin donation, child friendly with raffles, merchandise and live music.
Whiteboard-controlled stage appearances of HBS ensembles.
HBS provides back-line gear, PA sound system and drums.
Another great line-up of HBS ensembles for your pleasure:
1pm: The Toads (from Tokoroa)
2pm: Kim Earl and the Wide Boys (from Morrinsville)
3pm: The Black Sheep
Gold coin donation, child friendly with raffles, merchandise, and live music.