We are very fortunate to represent iconic musicians, who have played at home and abroad. Whether you are after a solo performance, a rock band, or an orchestra (and yes, we have access to one) – we have you sorted.


Lisa Crawley

With a back catalogue that boasts two albums and three EPs, coupled with countless collaborations, tours, television appearances and acclaimed music-based projects, Lisa Crawley has well and truly earned her reputation as one of Australasia’s most well-respected musicians.

Debbie Harwood

Since 1996 Harwood has produced several albums, most of which were recorded at her recording studio in Devonport The Bus.


Jason Kerrison

Jason is proving to be a notable, relevant and exciting New Zealand artist.


The Ladykillers

The Lady Killers' approach is simple; take great songs and lovingly accessorise them with harmony.



For over a decade Lyrica have received rave reviews at high-end corporate events, festivals and concerts.


Shane Cortese & The 8 Track Band

With Shane Cortese and the 8-Track Band those days are back with the songs you know, love and can’t help singing along to.



HALO are a 5 to 7 piece professional band based in Auckland, New Zealand.


Jordan Luck Band

‘Legend’ is a word suffering from chronic overuse syndrome these days, but when it comes to Jordan Luck, the word regains it’s full meaning and one the NZ public associates with this true blue Kiwi artist.


James Reid

As the vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for The Feelers, James Reid has already established himself as one of New Zealand’s most successful song writers and musicians.



theSlacks are Taranaki’s most favourite (Rockabilly-Blues) Celtic-Country-Ska-Folk (Boogie-Woogie-Swing) playing guitar band.


Frankie Stevens

MC, Musician
Frankie knew from an early age that singing was going to be his career, commencing when he sang with the school band in Upper Hutt at the age of thirteen.


Looking For Alaska

Like two weary vagabonds hitch-hiking along the open road with nothing but a guitar and a suitcase of songs and wayward memories, pop-folk duo Looking For Alaska are ready to set the folk scene alight.