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  1. Rumble: The Indians who rocked the world

    (AO) RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World brings to light a profound and missing chapter in the history of American music: the Indigenous influence. Featuring music icons Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Jesse Ed Davis, Buffy Saint-Marie, Robbie Robertson, Randy Castillo and Taboo, RUMBLE shows how these pioneering Native musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives.

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    Teeks to headline with Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

    Soul singer Teeks will headline his first ever New Zealand show in March when he joins the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra at Auckland Town Hall on 28 March.

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    Katchafire "representing Aotearoa music” in USA

    The roots reggae band has kicked off their USA tour today in Washington, before travelling to California, Oregon, Arizona, Las Vegas and Hawaii.

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    PREMIERE: NRG Rising puts spotlight on impact of domestic abuse

    NZ female reggae band, NRG Rising is shining the spotlight on issues of domestic violence. The band says their song I Cry talks about their personal experiences around domestic violence and depression.

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    Kolohe Kai singer shares his love for Māori culture

    Kolohe Kai says receiving pōwhiri, the haka and doing the hongi have been some of his best experiences while visiting Aotearoa.

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    Tomorrow People share journey since parting ways with member

    Te Kāea caught up with the band a year after they parted ways with former member Marcus Abraham following a domestic violence accusation.

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    One Love 2019 highlights- UB40, Katchafire, Tomorrow People

    Performances from UB40. Katchafire and Tomorrow People were only some of the highlights of day two of One Love 2019.

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    One Love highlights- haka, tributes, waiata Māori

    Stan Walker, Kolohe Kai, General Fiyah and Fiji all took to the stage on day one of One Love on Saturday. Check out some of the other highlights here.

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    Peoples choice- your favourites to perform at One Love

    The festival kicks off today in Tauranga and Te Kāea has gone out to find the performers that people are most excited to watch.

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    ‘Feels pretty surreal’- Common Unity opening One Love

    It’s a dream come true for the all-Māori Ohakune-based band opening One Love today.

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