Musical Chairs – Hugh Lynn

Title: “Musical Chairs; Hugh Lynn”

by Sam Coley

Commissioned By: Radio New Zealand

First Broadcast: March 2009

7:30 pm

Musical Chairs – Hugh Lynn

Hugh Lynn was New Zealand’s most successful rock promoter of the 1980s. The legendary concert promoter opened New Zealand’s first punk nightclub, managed Herbs, and worked with the superstars of the day, including David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Pink Floyd and R.E.M.

His outdoor concerts broke attendance records and in 1988 he was recognised by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand with an award for his outstanding contribution to local music.

Musical Chairs takes a trip down Lynn’s memory lane, covering his career, his friendship with Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh.

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~ by admin on 22 May, 2010.

2 Responses to “Musical Chairs – Hugh Lynn”

  1. Great job,bro! Well done.

  2. Hi Hugh,
    I have lost this poster and saw you had it for sale -on trade me last year do you still have one? I did the support so would like to get the poster if you still have one.
    24 YEAR OLD POSTER !

    Suzanne Nadine Vega (born July 11, 1959) is an American songwriter and singer known for her highly literate[clarification needed] lyrics and eclectic folk-inspired music.

    Two of Vega’s songs (both from her second album Solitude Standing, 1987) reached the top 10 of various international chart listings: “Luka” and “Tom’s Diner”. The latter was originally an a cappella version on Vega’s album, which was then remade in 1990 as a dance track produced by the British dance production team DNA. (Source wikipedia.com)

    DATE : 30 September 1987
    SIZE : 425mm x 610mm
    CONDITION : MINT

    Cheers,

    Wayne Gillespie

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