|12 September 2001|
'Microrave' Heats Up Cathedral Square
Free Lunchtime Concert
Friday 14 September, 12.30pm to 1.30pm
'Microrave', who describe their music as original psycho-popabilly, will be performing in Cathedral Square this Friday. Jasmin Lamorie says 'the band's music style has been influenced by the likes of Joan Jett, Jonny Cash, Gershwin, and even Cloe of Wainuiomata.'
The eclectic group of individuals (with over 50 years combined performing experience), that make-up 'Microrave' are: Luke Bolger on drums and vocals, Dr Robert Simonsen (Simi) on guitar and vocals, Cas Nesnomis on vocals, Ray Zordol on vocals, and Jasmin Lamorie on bass guitar.
'Microrave' originally set out to play folk music, but the band discovered a new merger of rock, and country, often referred to as Crock. At the Dux de Lux Not So Young Entertainers Competition earlier this year, the audience was treated to the band's now further defined version of Crock-pop, with a psycho crunch.
Heat up your lunch break in Cathedral Square this Friday with 'Microrave'.
For more information:
please contact Jo Eade, Christchurch City Council Leisure,
on ph. 9418-470 or (025) 227-2914