Kiwi legends The Mockers reform their classic line-up for a very special show at the Cabana in Napier on Friday 28th February.
With special guests, acclaimed Hawkes Bay band Devils Elbow.
The Mockers are promising a “hit-packed” performance featuring their classics like Forever Tuesday Morning, Swear It’s True, One Black Friday, My Girl Thinks She’s Cleopatra, and many more.
Reuniting from all corners of the globe are Andrew Fagan (vocals), Brett Adams (guitar), plus Geoff Hayden(bass) travelling from London, and keyboard maestro - Australian-based Tim Wedde, with guest drummer Chris O’Connor back on the kit.
The Mockers enjoyed three Top 10 albums and six hit singles, and played to huge crowds across the country throughout the 1980s, riding a wave of New Wave pop success with the likes of the Dance Exponents and DD Smash.
After a 30-year hiatus – they have returned with a bang, undertaking two national tours since 2017 and releasing the acclaimed Mockers Live at The Powerstation CD/DVD set, which catapulted them back into the NZ Top 10.
Says Fagan: “To come back and sound great after so long apart has been such a joy for the band, and we can’t wait to again share our Mockers songs live with fans in the Hawkes Bay.”
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