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Debbie Harwood Recording At Wintec Studios

Debbie Harwood Recording At Wintec Studios

New Zealand music icon Debbie Harwood is to record her next album at Wintec’s School of Media Arts studios on Tuesday.

Harwood has made a lasting impact on the New Zealand music scene as a singer. She won NZ Music Awards in 1985 and 1987 for her solo recordings and in 1986 formed Kiwi phenomenon When the Cat’s Away - Top Group at the NZ Music Awards in 1989.

When the Cat’s Away celebrated a Gold album and No1 single with Melting Pot. They toured again in 2001/02 achieving Platinum sales for their album Live in Paradise and yet another hit single Asian Paradise.


Harwood has produced several albums and owned a recording studio in Devonport called The Bus. In 2004 Debbie released her album Soothe Me and was a finalist for Best Female Artist in 2005. Debbie has a jazz band and a party band and facilitates an original team-building concept called MusicMakers

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