The Phoenix Foundation
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Six piece Wellington band The Phoenix Foundation were formed in 1997 by Samuel Flynn Scott (vox/gat), Luke Buda (vox/gat/keys) and Conrad Wedde (gat/keys).
Having jammed for a couple of years, recorded This Charming Van and releasing the China Cove EP in 2000, they were joined by Richie Singleton (drums), Will Ricketts (percussion) and Tim Hansen (bass) in 2001. Songs begat songs until The Drinker, which received special attention from the Bnet radio network and went on to win Best Unreleased Song at the 2002 Bnet Awards...
100% New Zealand Music
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|Flock Of Hearts||Play|
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|All In An Afternoon||3:17||Play|
|Damn The River||2:05||Play|
|Let Me Die A Woman||3:36||Play|
Trevor Villers also made it to the Silo Sessions in Wynyard Quarter's Silo Park on the Auckland waterfront on Saturday 18 February...
Samuel Scott - guitars, vocals
Lukasz Buda - guitars, vocals, keys
Conrad Wedde - guitars, keys
Tom Callwood - bass guitar
Chris O'Connor - drums
Will Ricketts – percussion, keys
Alternative, Country, Easy Listening, Electronic, Pop, Rock, Acoustic