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Something breathtaking happens when you grab a diverse range of culture, background and musical influence. ‘Bonnie and the Oosh’, with their personal and professional compatibility and genuine passion for music create a sound quiet unique. Likened to Indy rock genre they add a twist of their own innovative style.
Rocking since 2010 and based in Auckland, Bonnie and the Oosh have taken a natural course in building a loyal following, both in the pub and festival scene. The group quickly strikes up a rapport with their audience, mainly from Bonnie’s clever way of reading the crowd and responding to them in her own special way.
Bonnie Hurunui bravely left the corporate world to live the dream of recording her own album. Bonnie's lyrics offer something everyone can relate to, referring to her own experiences and telling stories in life and love. With her cheeky manner and rock chick persona the front woman delivers in her own unique way.
Karl Apao on lead guitar who’s consistent perfectionism is transparent in his performance, strives for that perfect sound to be delivered on one of his many guitars that feeds his compulsion.
Dwayne Diack is the bass man, who's musical chops are challenged only by his cheeky personality. Dwayne holds the bottom end down tight.
Clayton Gould comes from the more extreme end of hard rock and metal, and is very excited to beat the heck out of his drums in the name of the Oosh and all things rock.
Interesting fact: we all started wearing ear plugs after he turned up for the first jam..
Bonnie and the Oosh offer a wealth of experience and musical ability that is sure to impress. The strong vocals and feel good harmonies alongside the bands musical talents will be sure to capture hearts and minds.