Seen them live a few times. Do they use to play in the Manhattan? In Mt Roskill. Michael Campbell NZ golfer, cousin use to be their drummer, Ritchie? My fave band back at the Duke of Wellington and the Mt Wellington Trust hotel, anyone remembers those days, they were the bomb
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What about when they were!! resident, the band at Cleo’s nightclub! Leonie’s brother used to harp on. & probably still does when he & Betty Anne were seeing each other.” college sweetheart’s” they were brought up in the same hood in Mangere. One day I came back home for lunch. & Leonie’s got Betty Anne’s sister at home for lunch! We were at the Duke Of Wellington & she was in her band there playing & those two just hit it off.after last seeing each other back at school. Everything I need to know I learned by watching eighties. I went to NZ in 1987 1988. Hear this group on the radio of a car passing by. I asked my cousin who was singing? I asked her to take me to the shop so I can buy the cassette tape.
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Wo,w cassette tape. I brought it back to the states. Best memory of my time in NZ – Ardijah. The soundtrack to my life and era the 1980s in NZ and growing up. I remember they used to play down at sugar reef the early 90s and if I remember correctly they opened for Bobby Brown? Memory a bit hazy. 1979 those were the days and going clubbing was truly a night of listening and dancing to great live bands like Ardijah. These days you have to pay to go to concerts or if you’re lucky you’ll get a good covers band at clubrooms or RSLs RSA clubs. I first saw Ardijah at the Towers Night Club in Rotorua (The old Towers above what is now the Museum in Government Gardens) – they were so good and she had an awesome voice. Ardijah yes awesome harmony, their sound, lyrics, beat, rhythm, strumming of the uke everything about this group I love, memories everytime I hear their songs