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Seafog

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Seafog are a three piece from Port Chalmers, Dunedin. Their first gig was performed at Circadian Rythm mid 2006 with Robbie Yeats drumming, Nigel Waters on lead guitar and Rob Sharma on vocals and guitar.

Seafog play country crafted rock with intense lyrics and tribal jazz beats. Rob and Nige jam and write on Sundays in Sunny Port at each others place and Robbie joins them for gigs.

Band Members:
Marty Sadler (drums)
Nigel Waters (guitar)
Rob Sharma (vocals, guitar)

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  • Dunedin


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Rob Sharma

Joined: 05/06/16
Posts: 1
Location: Otago
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Sea Fog up date
Posted: Sun Jun 5, 2016 10:20 am
Update ...Forgot that we were on this site.
So the band no longer has Robbie drumming,(appreciated playing with one of the worlds best even though short lived) and the natural progression of the drumming roll was back with Marty Sadler. Rob Cloughley has played a bit of violin for us too .But are a happy with the current 3 piece line up after toying with idea of a bass.Also of note is that Tamatea Paul Bull was also an early member of the band playing drums from time to time.
Over and out.

This message was edited by Rob Sharma on Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:24 am.
 

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