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Chris Jones

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Chris Jones is a Wellington-based artist.

He has been performing throughout New Zealand since the early 1990's and performed as opening act for international artists Elton John, Eric Clapton, Boney M, Jimmy Barnes and Leo Sayer, as well as local legends The Feelers, Hollie Smith, Fur Patrol and Th' Dudes. His debut album The Human Dynamo was released in 1999, and contained his yuletide track A New Zealand Christmas.

From 2003 to 2008 Chris was a core member of Wellington band Pearl, contributing significantly to writing, production, music direction and tour management.

In 2012 A New Zealand Christmas was included on the compilation album Pohutukawas & Pavlova (60 Years of Kiwi Christmas Songs) alongside songs from Split Enz, Billy T. James, Fred Dagg and The Formyula.

As of 2020 Chris still performs regular solo gigs, is one half of the duo Van Helden Jones, and fronts the band Jedi Nights. He mentors several young Wellington performers, writes and produces original music for film and theatre, and is working on a new album.

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