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Marina Bloom and Moving Stuff

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Marina Bloom and her band Moving Stuff are an experienced group of musicians of diverse backgrounds playing an eclectic blend of original songs.

Marina grew up in Russia singing and performing the traditional songs of her homeland. She continued singing after migrating to New Zealand. In the last couple of years she discovered songwriting and started collaborating with a local lyricist, Michael Davis and they’ve now penned over 60 songs, many of which have been recorded.

Her debut album When I Am Gone was released in Dec 2016 via New Zealand label Lost By Design. Currently getting a regular airplay on Radio NZ.

Marina’s songs cover a wide range of styles including country, rock, pop, jazz and electro-dance.

Her track Someone Else's Life won the Dance track of the Month in the Akademia Music Awards in LA in 2016.

Marina got the band together via the local bands.org website in the beginning of 2016.

Band Members:
Marina Bloom (lead vocals)
Michael Cranna (drums)
Chris Nalder (bass)
Josh Brown (lead guitar, backing vocals)
Graeme Fuller (piano)
Caz Kelly (backing vocals)

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  • Auckland


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