17 Jun 2021
UsernamePassword

Remember Me? | Join | Recover
Click here to sign in via social networking
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Amiria Grenell

Bio

Amiria Grenell has toured Australasia with Fly My Pretties, performed at the Kaikoura Roots Festival, Luminate, WOMAD 2012, The Christchurch Jazz Festival and the Nelson Arts Festival.

She has also performed with Fly My Pretties in the Winery Tour 'A Day on the Green', at Rhythm & Alps, The Auckland Folk Festival, Wanaka Festival of Colour and at WOMAD 2013 (with Fly My Pretties).

Amiria has completed a successful Spring tour in 2013 with Folk duo Into the East around the North Island and with Holly Arrowsmith around Southland.

Hailing from the iconic Grenell tribe, youngest member Amiria is a highly regarded singer-songwriter and recording artist with an honest and innocent charm, captivating audiences of all ages.

As well as touring her music all around New Zealand Amiria is also a popular children’s entertainer in kindergartens, schools, events and festivals.

Band Members:
Amiria Grenell
Oakley Grenell
Redford Grenell
AJ Hickling

Links

Member Managed Listing

Releases

Genres

Location

  • Lyttelton


Reviews / Interviews

Comments (Newest First)

There are currently no comments for this artist.

Search for Bands/Artists:

NZ Top 10 Singles

  • GOOD 4 U
    Olivia Rodrigo
  • KISS ME MORE
    Doja Cat feat. SZA
  • DEJA VU
    Olivia Rodrigo
  • BODY (REMIX)
    Russ Millions x Tion Wayne
  • TRAITOR
    Olivia Rodrigo
  • FAVORITE CRIME
    Olivia Rodrigo
  • PEACHES
    Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar And Giveon
  • LEVITATING
    Dua Lipa feat. DaBaby
  • SAVE YOUR TEARS (REMIX)
    The Weeknd And Ariana Grande
  • MONTERO (CALL ME BY YOUR NAME)
    Lil Nas X
View the Full NZ Top 40...
muzic.net.nz Logo
100% New Zealand Music
All content on this website is copyright to muzic.net.nz and other respective rights holders. Redistribution of any material presented here without permission is prohibited.
Report a ProblemReport A Problem