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Hello Sailor's 40th Anniversary Concert: Salute to Mr B

Hello Sailor's 40th Anniversary Concert: Salute to Mr B

POWERSTATION FRIDAY 18 SEPTEMBER

The Hello Sailor 40th Anniversary show has now become a salute to the legendary Hello Sailor frontman who sadly passed away last Friday.

Hello Sailor invite one and all to the Powerstation as the who’s who of NZ rock’n'roll to pay tribute and salute the one and only Graham Brazier sending him on his way in true style.

“Sailor” will perform with a variety of lead singers including Hammond Gamble whilst the show will open with the Band Of Brothers featuring Jordan Luck (The Exponents) - Peter Urlich (Th' Dudes) - Eddie Rayner (Spilt Enz) - Brett Adams (The Mockers) - Peter Warren (DD Smash) - Bryan Bell (Dead Flowers) - Dave Gent (The Exponents)

“We are all in a state of disbelief at our mate’s passing but it will be good for all of us to get on stage in his honour” - Harry Lyon

All proceeds from the gig will be donated to the Graham Brazier estate.

If anyone wishes to donate to Graham Brazier's estate it can be done via bank deposit to:

SANDI ANDERSON TRUST ACCOUNT

ASB CENTRAL AUCKLAND COMMERCIAL

12-3019-0695838-02

ASB SWIFT CODE IS:

ASBBZN2A REF. BRAZIER 2357/14

All tickets remain valid

HELLO SAILOR'S 40th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT : SALUTE TO MR B

With the Band Of Brothers

FRI 18 SEPT AUCKLAND - POWERSTATION

ticketmaster.co.nz Tickets on sale now!

Very limited tickets remaining. Get yours today!

ENDS


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