Tonight our guests kick it off with Engelbert Humperdinck’s ‘Wonderland By Night’ and the Eric Clapton classic ‘Wonderful Tonight’. The Quartet continues with the kind of fun that makes a crowd explode with laughter.
Tonight we have return guest, Whare Isaac-Sharland with two of her children to sing a glorious waiata. ‘Miss Kihi’ Ririnui has the lads in fits as she maintains she doesn’t go to parties as a singer, ‘I’m a bringer!’.
Tonight we have songs to melt your heart. A young man singing Frank Sinatra’s ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ and Jason Te Patu and his tribute to his koro ‘My Eyes Adored You’. The Quartet continue in their hilarious attempts to get to the gig on time.
The Modern Māori Quartet meet a trio of singers who breathe luscious new life into the Yandall Sisters’ hit song ‘Sweet Inspiration’. Hēnare Kīngi shares a song from his youth and a hilarious yarn about home brew.
In this final episode, the Modern Māori Quartet and their guests sing some of the greatest love songs we hear at parties, from Solly Hemara singing about the movies on a Saturday night to Ria Hall lifting the roof with her powerful voice.